Get into shape with our new morning workout routine! Monday to Friday!
A workout is a practice or exercise to test or improve one's fitness for athletic competition, ability, or performance. It can also be a test of one's ability, capacity, stamina, or suitability.
A routine is a regular course of procedure, or a worked-out part (as in the entertainment-business or a sports contest) that may be often repeated.
Now as the definition is clear, how does this fit in with a new poker tournament?
Well as poker is a game of skill, it means it’s something you can not only learn, but also improve by frequent playing. There is no ‘perfect’ routine, however, since every person is different. But a poker warm-up routine should accomplish three primary goals:
- Eliminate distractions: Poker is a complex game and it demands your full attention
- Reflect on what you’ve learned recently: Studying is crucial for poker success, but pointless if you fail to apply what you’ve learned. Make sure what you’ve studied is fresh in your mind by spending a few minutes reflecting on it before playing.
- Steady your mental state: Your poker play is affected by factors such as fatigue and emotional states.
You don’t need to be the next Mr. or Ms. Universe to improve your poker play, nor do you need to start studying mathematics or psychology to grab that big win, but as with all things in life – if you want to become better then you have to work for it. Establishing a daily or weekly routine with the right mind-set will help you get better and will boost your bankroll along the way!
Workout Routine $250 GTD
Texas Hold'em NL
buy-in + fee: $8 + $0.80
running: Monday to Friday
starting at: 11 am Eastern
10,000 starting chips / 12 min blinds
90 min late reg
no re-buys / no add-ons / no re-entry!