An athlete is confident that what they hope for grows in training.
Athletes do difficult things so much it becomes easy, participants do easy things so much they’re just burning calories.
The match is mostly understood looking back at it, but the athlete visualises it looking forwards.
Athletes do not need freedom of speech, they need freedom of movement.
An anxious athlete has too many choices.
Participants understand athleticism so poorly, that they do not even understand that only playing the sport is not athleticism in any sense of the word.
Squash is not a problem to be solved, but a reality to be experienced.
The despairing athlete is not being whom they are.
An athletes most painful state is when…
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by David Jarvis March 2023, copyright all rights reserved.
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