Drey Ricks identified how high level basketball players are made and the key factors that make them.
Drey Ricks knows when the buzzer rings and the game is on, it’s the mindset that dictates the game.
Drey Ricks explains watching game film is a part of the game that goes unappreciated, especially by young players.
Drey Ricks “High-level athletes are consistently using mantras for preparation, relaxation, and imaging to optimize their performance.” The Sports Performance Analyst Drey Ricks believes this permits the development of concentration and motivation, managing emotions, and game-day stress.
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Worldwide Drey, Sports Performance Analyst, sits court-side and observes the game but he observes from a different angle, he’s observing and taking notes from the mental aspect of the game.
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