Make sure your kids are developing healthy eating and sleeping habits so that they can succeed on and off the field.
Our potential is ever increasing based on gaining skills and knowledge and practicing, becoming more consistent, but clearing the interference is the bulk of it all. So your unconscious mind controls your body.
... While football helmets do a "great job of preventing skull fractures, they can't stop the brain from sloshing around in the skull," which is what causes concussions.
A lot of non-athletes think that athletes have it made. They're doing what they love, and there's no mental health problems. But athletes experience a lot of anxiety.
The other half of a swimmer’s meal should consist of protein, healthy fats (olive oil, nuts, avocados, and seeds), vegetables, fruit, whole grains, vitamins and minerals.
Whether you’re swimming on a club team or competing on a higher level, it’s clear that you need to support your active body and mind. This leads us to the burning question — is supplementation the answer?
Because as best I could tell, being tough, and one guy knocking the snot out of another guy, and showing no mercy, well … those things had always been part of our sport.
“We’ll have to see whether the elevated risk remained when the girls began wearing the new protective headgear designed specifically for the women’s game in the spring 2018 season.”
Upper body strength is required for shielding the ball, holding off opponents, throw-ins and also contributes to overall power and explosiveness.
Stress causes shallow breathing, so this is a great way to fight stress. Also, deep listening can help athletes focus. Coaches can use a singing bowl, chime or an app that can help groups to concentrate.
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