5 Pillars of Peak Performance Poker

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5 Pillars of Peak Performance Poker


This webinar will teach you how to play your best poker every time you sit down at the poker table through simple habits.

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What's Included

  • 90 min webinar

  • 90 min extended webinar session with Q&A

  • Download size: 1.2 GB


With 5 simple habits, I'll teach you how to play to your peak performance every time you sit at the poker table. Poker is a mental game and everything you do to your mind and body affects your performance at the table.

These 5 simple lifestyle improvements include:

  • Mindset

  • Breathing

  • Diet

  • Movement

  • Rest

Master these and you'll not only feel better in your everyday life, you'll truly play to the best of your abilities with poker.

This webinar was hosted with the 2x WPT winner Jonathan Little who provides his own thoughts on the topics in the webinar.

Part 1

  • How I won $162k in a Poker Tournament and how you can too

  • The most effective way too learn from Real and Virtual Mentors

  • An example of an optimal study schedule for fine tuning your play

  • How to use the 2 Keys of Mentors and Study to Build Momentum

Part 2

  • What’s holding you back from your A-Game and what you can do about it

  • 3 Secret Sources of Energy you probably haven’t considered before

  • How to cultivate a Positive and Winning Mindset

  • How to Manage your Energy Levels During Play

  • The Benefits of Proper Breathing and Good Posture

  • 3 Easy Tricks to Cultivate Good Posture

Part 3

  • What to eat, when to eat, how to eat, and how much to eat for Peak Performance in tourneys

  • Why missing any of these will lead to sub-par performance on the poker tables

  • Why most people get tired and tilted by the end of the day in tournaments

  • The key to OVERCOMING TILT, so you can let go of frustration and free up mental energy

  • 3 more secret sources of energy to keep you at your best when food is not an option

  • How to get the most out of your breaks (be it 5 mins online or 20 mins live)

  • Learn to apply the ‘mental reset’ technique, so you can re-use it anytime