Out of all the sports i have done, #bmx
has to be by far one of the absolute hardest one i have ever done and still do. I know a lot of you athletes might not agree with me, and idc. Bmx isnt only hard on your body, but definitely mentally hard to over come. You have to get over the fear of doing something before even doing it! Forcing yourself to get over the fear of fucking up and slamming yourself down into the pavement from sending something down a rail, stair case, gap, ramp, you name it. The slightest mistake can mess you up really good. Which i believe this sport if bmx has helped me gratefully in the start of my #mma
career, mentally. Walking into that cage for the first time as nothing compared to sending something off a 10 set or rail i had to over come. I was quite calm in there, compared to entering a trick on my bike. Dont get me wrong tho, i definitely had my adrenaline running when i was in the cage, but comparing it to the stuff i do on my bike. The bike still harder on my mind and body because it is hard to brace for something that you dont truly see until milliseconds before. I am still going to strive and grow in both sports because i have the same amount of love, passion, and dedication towards them both.