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Warmin-up the mind is a important as warming-up the body to perform well. Following our first losses and feeling the frustration of my athletes over how they played, I felt they neededto regroup, refocus and learn to have fun again. So, before our third game (we had about hours between each game today), instead of doing a traditional physicalwarm-up, I sent them to do a "mental warm-up". More specifically, I sent away to play little fun games as a group. The purpose was for them to get together, havefun, refocus, and regroup for the next game. We did NOT do any physical warm-up whatsoever besides playing catch with each other minutes before the start of the game. And you know what?They came ready to play. The were focused, relaxed, united, and definitely nike 97 wanting to play great. 

That "mental" warm-up did more for us than any physical warm-up we could have done. They played their best game of the day because they were mentally ready or "warmed up". These are important lessons that they will remember and that any team should reminder. Overall, this is was a good and productive day for my team. Why?They gained experience. They learned from their errors and mistakes. They got better. They were able to bounce back. I saw very positive things on the field in the two games we lost despite the numerous errors we made. There are as many ways to pick winners as there are kinds of races. One way to play your favorite racing circuit and to find plenty of good bets is to follow a few jockeys. 

On the other hand, some riders such as Russell Baze, get bet so heavily that it is often difficult to make a profit when you wager exclusively on their mounts. What you're looking for is a good rider with good payoffs. Naturally, if you wager on every mount that a jockey has you will find it hard to make a profit. You must be selective, but that is a good thing, because most people only look at the horse or horse and trainer and under estimate the rider's influence. Take some time and start writing down every horse a particular rider has and notice which ones he or she wins on. You will start to notice patterns in the odds and trainers. A jockey may be winning at but that doesn't mean he or she wins at that rate for every trainer or on every surface. 

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