"My "Y" is to maximize my pure potential to help cultivate those around me." Travis Moniot, OF, Chicago White Sox

What's Your "Y"

Travis Moniot, OF, Chicago White Sox

What has been your main source of inspiration?

"My main source of inspiration has been my faith and my journey to use the blessings that he has given me to bring light to others around me."

What is the biggest mental challenge you've had to face in your sport and how have you conquered that?

"My biggest mental challenge has been self-doubt. But, once I have become aware that these thoughts aren’t my reality, I feel as though I am in control of the present."

What do you do to make sure you're physically and mentally prepared for competition?

"To make sure that I am physically and mentally prepared, I make sure to follow my routine each and every day while incorporating a lot of visualization and meditation."

Tell us about your recovery strategies.

"For recovery, I make sure to fuel my body correctly and get enough sleep. I keep track of my recovery through my Whoop Band."

What's Your "Y"? What keeps you going and training as hard as you do?

"I feel as though each and every one of us has been blessed with passions and abilities that we desire to pursue and manifest. Each and every one of us has the capacity to make all of our goals and dreams come true; no matter how crazy they may sound. I do the things that I do because I feel that a part of our purpose in this life is to maximize our pure potentiality in order to benefit and help cultivate all of those around us."

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