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Track & Field

Many factors go into developing a field schedule especially at a multi-use facility. The type of sports, type of grass, field conditions at the time of play, the necessary time for the field to recover

6 Benefits of Running

Running is more than a good way to get in shape. Lace up and reap the many benefits of running today.

Helping Athletes Overcome Fear of Failure

What is the difference between fear of failure and fear of success? They both cause athletes to "get in their own way," experiencing fear, anxiety, tension, and

The Science and Psychology of Motivation for Athletes

What is motivation? What motivates us, me, and you? And I don’t just mean the basic definitions, but the science of how motivation works and the psychology behind motivation. In this article, we will go into what motivates us in life and in sports. Defined: Motivation

When Enough Is Enough: Knowing When To Quit

I recently watched the documentary Driven about former UFC Lightweight champion Jens Pulver. It’s a fascinating perspective on Jens preparing for what would be his last UFC fight. The documentary film provides a look behind the scenes at what a fighter goes through before a big fight.

10 Tips to Overcome Negative Thoughts: Positive Thinking Made Easy

Negative thoughts drain your energy. The more you give in to them, the stronger they become. Here are a few tips to turn your negative thoughts positive.

The 5 Key Mindset Qualities of Successful Athletes

In parts one and two of this series, I detailed two powerful practical mental tools to help get your mind in the right place: motivational themes and not fearing the negative.

How to Eat Like an Olympian

Is your sports nutrition medal worthy? Learn how to power your workouts and see how your favorite Olympic athletes feed their appetites.

Fitness May Be a Prophylaxis for the Health Risks of Stress

Cardiorespiratory fitness can help protect you from the health risks of stress.

Study Identifies No. 1 Source of Motivation to Exercise More

Healthy competition motivates people in an online social network to exercise more than friendly support, according to a new study from the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. The October 2016 findings appear in the journal Preventative Medicine… Continue Reading →

Practice makes perfect!

“Practice makes perfect” is one of those sayings I can remember my parents telling me as a child, whether I was tying my shoes, learning to ride a bike, working on my jump shots, the awful attempts to parallel park,… Continue Reading →

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