Apart from his unworldly ability to shoot the basketball, Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry has another unique skill. This peculiar talent allows him play his exhausting brand of basketball, without growing tired as much as a normal human would.

As detailed in an ESPN report by David Fleming, the two-time NBA MVP rarely gets tired during games because of his ability to rapidly lower his heart rate during short breaks.

While other players are already huffing and puffing in the closing minutes of games, Curry usually looks fresh as if the match just started. He attributes his second wind by repeatedly controlling his breathing right in the middle of the game. During dead balls or time-outs, the 32-year-old sniper calmly composes himself to lower his heart rate.