Inconsistency

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wannabe101
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Inconsistency

Post by wannabe101 » 04 Dec 2006, 20:10

i need help improving my consistency. its not that i'm bad or anything its just that some days i do amazing and then the next day i mess up lots. any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Post by soccerfool2391 » 04 Dec 2006, 20:31

this too happens to me sometimes.

I think its all about confidence. Its something Im improving on. If you think your gonna do bad, then your gonna do bad. Go out with a positive attitude and you will suceed.

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Re: Inconsistency

Post by murc » 05 Dec 2006, 02:11

wannabe101 wrote:... its just that some days i do amazing and then the next day i mess up lots. any advice would be greatly appreciated.
I think that's a part of life my friend. Just don't let a bad day get to you too much.

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Post by ageorge » 05 Dec 2006, 02:25

Keep practising and inconsistency will happen less and less.
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Post by Football_Fan11 » 05 Dec 2006, 03:02

thanks for bringing this up......i struggle with playing good on a day to day bases.i have no idea if its mental or what
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Post by Real_Zidane » 05 Dec 2006, 03:27

Practice will eliminate most of the inconsistency. Try to stay focused on what you are doing and that might help.
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hey

Post by scene » 05 Dec 2006, 03:48

i know it sounds so cheesy but just have fun, that always seems to work for me. dont overthink too much and just relax and go with the flow.

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Re: hey

Post by Real_Zidane » 05 Dec 2006, 15:05

scene wrote:i know it sounds so cheesy but just have fun, that always seems to work for me. dont overthink too much and just relax and go with the flow.
Actually i agree with that. Dont think about it too much and have fun, enjoy what you are doing.
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Post by wannabe101 » 05 Dec 2006, 23:35

the thing is i do practice every day for bout 2 hours and i also TRY to have fun but when i start screwing up i just cant help but feel...........frustration, and then i just cant bring myself to concentrate. is there like a certain mental side that i should be looking at?
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Post by ageorge » 06 Dec 2006, 01:25

Greatness doesn't come easy, or we'd all be famous athletes.
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Post by mufc21 » 06 Dec 2006, 01:32

look at my signature. Thats how you get less inconsistent, practice

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Post by wannabe101 » 06 Dec 2006, 02:06

well i practice and all but i was wondering is there a certain thought that i should have running through my mind or a feeling of confidence going through my head to help me out or sumthing
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Post by Icy » 06 Dec 2006, 10:22

It's probably better to have a good attitude such as even if you mess up a few times you can think of all the times you have made it. I read one time where having positive thoughts helps improvement (Keep in mind only read one thing about that) and it makes sense because getting frustrated tends to lead to just kind of kicking the ball but not to the best of your ability. I notice myself doing this when I miss a target so in a way typing this made me realize a flaw of my training.

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Post by mufc21 » 06 Dec 2006, 22:41

ok nevermind what i said, my signature isnt working(s**t). Just keep practicing as i think i said before.

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Post by evaristo0 » 07 Dec 2006, 01:04

ageorge wrote:Greatness doesn't come easy, or we'd all be famous athletes.
he's got a point, and besides everyone makes some mistakes, and as long as you have fun ;) everything should be ok
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