Yates: Finding Your Mental Strength in Down Time
An audio lesson on finding your mental strength with Trey Yates.

Trey Yates—the 2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo average champ from Pueblo, Colorado—has lived and breathed team roping his entire life. So with COVID-19’s Great Pause gripping the world, Yates is taking this first-ever down time to hone in his mental focus without the rat race of ProRodeo and jackpots. On this audio roping lesson, Yates talks through how he’s approaching his practices so he’s fresh and sharp when the ropings and rodeos start back up soon.

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