Creating a vision board is an extremely effective way at influencing your mind and harnessing your intentions.
A site dedicated to helping athletes transition into a healthy lifestyle, post sport. From food, body, to mind, the research and resources are gathered here, providing tools to reach peak performance as a non-competing you.
Health Coach and Personal Trainer Katie Hargrave helps athletes understand how to fuel themselves to be their best, both in competition and out.
I'm so excited to share that I've officially completed my year-long Holistic Health Coaching certification through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. I want to share what I've learned in how to successfully reach goals, which is the base with which I help clients.
Incorporate these foods to help ward off those pesky bugs.
Life is crazy this week, so no original post. However, thought this was a very interesting read. Athletes – know when the play is worth the pain, and when you need to take some time to heal!
Let’s just get this out the way: being too committed to your sport or working out is better than the alternative. You would rather be passionate about your fitness than not interested at all, which can cause plenty of health problems and, in some cases, mental issues too. But there is a fine line between working hard to be the best you can be and overdoing it. Some people just don’t know when to say.
This can manifest itself in a couple of different ways. The first is exercise addiction, a condition that causes a person to exercise excessively and which can also have troubling side effects, such as fatigue, muscle wasting, and concentration problems, among others. Another way being too committed to their craft is when athletes continue to use their body in an activity despite suffering from a serious injury. We’re going to take a look at some…
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My challenge to you is to take the survey, post what you found out and what changes you will make in the next six weeks to add time to your life.