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The Offensive Mindset Part II – Renegade Fighter Mind

Hey guys,
Let me say right up front that people get weird when you start talking about the mental game mumbo-jumbo. And, let me say upfront, that the one guy that I’ve found who can talk with authority about it is not a paintball player but an MMA fighter. And so, let’s jump into what HE has to say about using the mental game to win battles.

Like thousands of other tactical paintball players around the globe, you’ve figured some things out. You’ve had some success. You work hard. You may even have figured out some of the mental game taught by the guys I’ve linked to at http://www.tacticalpaintballsniper.com/offensivemind.

You’re doing great. But….

There is another critically important aspect of your paintball sniper and tactical training which, in the end, can make or break your ultimate success in this awesome sport.

I’m talking about…the mental game.

Now maybe you’ve read some of the popular books out there on sports psychology.

Some of them are actually decent, and contain some tips that we can take with us onto the field.

However, many players still have some of the same negative feelings before a big game day, or when things aren’t going your way DURING a game.

You know what I mean – rolling over in your head “I should have done this or that” or questioning your camouflage or your positioning. When to shoot, when to wait. Or facing auto-fire with just a pistol or a pump. All that mind-junk that goes on.

We’ve all been there.

So many really solid players could totally max out their “A-Game”, if they could just be confident and composed in those types of situations.

Well, I found two guys that know how to take care of that stuff once and for all. And I feel obligated to share this information with you.

Their names are Stephen Ladd and Bill Gladwell, and they’re known as the Renegade Fighter Mental Game Coaches.

Check them out here:

http://www.tacticalpaintballsniper.com/offensivemind

Actually, they aren’t all that well known…yet.

But what they’ve learned in the world of coaching combat sports has a HUGE part to play in any fighter who goes head to head in any kind of combat sport, including tactical and milsim paintball.

They’ve kept this teaching and research pretty hush-hush because well, frankly, they use it with select fighters who go on to dominate their sport.

But now Stephen & Bill have decided to share their techniques with all of us – for a ridiculously low training investment, compared to their high coaching fees.

Before I send you off to check out his website (which is full of bonus stuff that you can actually use), let me tell you straight out…

These guys are NOT your typical sports psychologists, but neither are the RESULTS their “unconventional” methods deliver.

If you are ready for something new (like ultimate confidence, mental clarity and perseverance, radically efficient decision making and rapid skill acquisition and retention), then I highly recommend that you check out this revolutionary approach to combat psychology:

http://www.tacticalpaintballsniper.com/offensivemind

Here’s to your combat success,

Doug

P.S. – The mental game really is a cutting edge advantage and NO ONE is going to talk about let alone show you the tactics in the Renegade Mindset for Fighters System on any paintball field.

Tap on the link below to start training your brain to WIN:

http://www.tacticalpaintballsniper.com/offensivemind

P.S.S. – Let me say it again that these guys are leading edge mental game trainers. Their experience comes largely from mixed martial arts and other combat sports and while they aren’t talking “paintball” specifically, the principles of the Offensive Mindset are dividing line between good tactical players and outstanding players.

2 Comments

  1. alex
    Posted October 5, 2010 at 8:52 pm | Permalink

    can’t get the link to work

  2. Posted October 6, 2010 at 1:24 am | Permalink

    hey alex. thanks for the heads up. links are fixed.

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