If someone shouts out a cheer as you are participating in a sport you love, more often then not, they are flat out lying to you and should be immediately ejected.
Hopefully Tom Brady and Eli Manning are listening.
1. "Give 110%"
I tried this and it doesn't work.
2. "Winning isn't everything, it's the only thing."
I played in a basketball game once and lost. That was something. 'Cleats' are also things.
3. "When I go out on the ice, I just think about my skating. I forget it is a competition."
I knew a guy who forgot it was a competition once because he got hit on the head with a bowling ball. He never played competitively again.
4. "I'll let the racket do the talking."
If his racket was talking then he was definitely cheating. I also argue the fact that he did, in fact, do a lot of talking himself.
5. "My thoughts before a big race are usually pretty simple. I tell myself: Get out of the blocks, run your race, stay relaxed. If you run your race, you'll win... channel your energy. Focus."
I ran my race many times and still lost because the other guys were much faster and skinnier than me.
6. "In the end, the game comes down to one thing: man against man. May the best man win."
The average pro sports team costs the owner 56 million dollars annually. How would they know what an aggressive leader was if they could never be able to afford one? It's all hearsay and supposeds. There is no room in the game for that nonsense.
The Yankees play a greater price every year and yet they lose more often than they win.