Drew Brees – “Mental Reps” – of Saints NFL Super Bowl Champion Quarterback

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Drew Brees did “Mental Reps” Alone in Empty Practice Facility The Night Before His Record-Breaking Performance

It was what he did before the game that revealed what it’s taken to get to this point.

Reggie Bush quietly recorded Drew Brees — 40 minutes after a Sunday Night Practice — Prepare Himself — for Greatness — I transcribed it because it was so powerful:

“A lot of people in this world want to be great …

a lot of young guys talk about it …

they want to be flashy …

a lot of the young guys want the quick easy shortcut route to Greatness …

there ain’t no shortcuts to Greatness, this is what it’s about right here …

this 40 minutes after practice, a Sunday walk-through …

and there is only One Man Out here on the Field …

going through the motions …

getting his Mental Reps …

How Important are those Mental Reps for This Game …

This is what The Leader of an Organization, of a Football Team, looks Right Here …

This is what it takes …

a lot of guys want to be Great …

a lot of guys aren’t willing to go The Extra Mile …

for The Man Next to You …

A lot of people are Not Willing to go to the depths …

to the point where you got to be By Yourself Sometimes Man …

sometime you need that quietness, That Peace, To Get Your Mind Right …

VISUALIZATION IS SO IMPORTANT …

Visualizing what you want to do in the game …

it doesn’t even need to be sports, just go through the things that you want to do, going through the motions, going through the Mental Reps …

this is what it takes, this is what it is all about …

ain’t nobody in here, just this One Man, Getting his Mind Right …

Doing what he needs to do to prepare himself For Greatness …

For Tomorrow’s Game …

and this is what he does EVERY WEEK …

EVERY DAY!”

— Reggie Bush

And then …

the next night!

Quarterback Drew Brees didn’t just set the NFL Record for Touchdown Passes tonight, he also set the NFL Single-Game Completion Record with a 96.7 percent performance after completing a mind-boggling 29 of 30 passes.

Do Your Mental Reps.

VIDEO: https://youtu.be/P7OUhs86sdQ

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