In a bid to break the Dallas Cowboys’ Super Bowl drought, quarterback Dak Prescott organized a three-day mental performance workshop with former Navy SEALs for his teammates. The workshop, facilitated by the company O2X, was aimed at enhancing physical and mental performance, stressing the importance of details, and honing decision-making skills. This new training, which includes breathing and mindfulness exercises, will be put to the test in their upcoming games.
- Dak Prescott, seeking to elevate the team’s performance, initiated a three-day workshop with O2X, co-founded by former Navy SEALs, to emphasize mental resilience and goal setting.
- O2X’s curriculum was based on tactics used by special operations units to thrive in high-pressure situations. The sessions revolved around tactical resets, sacrifice, goal-setting, and the importance of small details.
- The training introduced practices like breathing exercises to calm players’ minds during high-pressure situations, helping them focus on their roles and responsibilities in the game.
- The Cowboys’ ultimate goal remains winning the Super Bowl on February 11, 2024, emphasizing the need for players to master every detail and “incrementally get 1% better.”
- The team’s application of this new training will be showcased in their forthcoming games, starting with their match against the New York Giants.