Generally the sport performance consists of three main categories: physical training, nutrition and mental training. The physical training is the most known form of preparation for a race or a game, nutrition is similar. If the sport is more intense, nutrition must be controlled while mental training is the aspect that people forget more easily. How many time does it happen to see different sportsmen on excellent condition from the physical point of view but then provide low potential. This happens because it takes over the psychological factor. One of the most famous cases: the greatest golfer of all time, the American Tiger Woods. A true champion in his sport, but after more than 10 years of world domination he has been hit by a sex scandal. It was the end of 2009 and for several months the American champion left the courses and returned to play only in April 2010. But for more than a year he was not the real Tiger because he played very far from its usual level. Only at the end of 2011 he came back to win a tournament. This example is useful to understand the importance of the power of mind in sports. The American golfer, despite having the technical and physical ability, could not express himself better because his mind wasn’t not clear and focused on the game. Maybe Woods did not use special techniques to return like he was once but in reality something like this exists. I’m talking about meditation which can help to train the mental aspect of a sportsman. An athlete who practices meditation will notice to be able to regulate his mind and his vigilant attention. During the race, he will observe his biological machine operating incredibly. So he will get a huge advantage in terms of performance, freshness and lucidity. That’s why training meditation practices can be the ideal complement to the training canons. Not to mention, of course, the great variety of practice involves, for example a higher level of general well-being, strengthening the ego and reducing stress.