Archive for June, 2019

Sport Mindfulness: Change Your Brain for Peak Performance

| June 8th, 2019

Blog coming soon… “Neuroscientists have also shown that practicing mindfulness affects brain areas related to perception, body awareness, pain tolerance, emotion regulation, introspection, complex thinking, and sense of self.” —Congleton, Hölzel, Lazar, Harvard In today’s world of technology it has become a skill and a discipline to be present. Mindfulness is a practice that can […]

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The Playground: Perform Maximally With Nature.

| June 8th, 2019

“Adopt the pace of nature, her secret is patience.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson Emerson’s wisdom in a world of quick results and immediate gratification are worth revisiting. Here are three ways to learn from nature and practice the mastery of patience. 1. Destress 2. Center 3. Relax

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A Whisper and a Shout: Free-Will of Performance

| June 7th, 2019

When a whisper spirals to a shout… Listen. When a shout acquiesces to a whisper… Listen. When a whisper and shout are one. Feel. Play. Create. Free-will.

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Tour De You: Cycling and Performance

| June 5th, 2019

“Bicycling is a big part of the future. It has to be. There’s something wrong with a society that drives a car to workout in a gym.” — Bill Nye June 3, 2019 was World Bicycle Day! Thank you for riding along with me on this Tour de You. We appreciate you for coming along […]

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Human Performance: The Wellness of the Whole Athlete. By Dr. K.C. Wilder

| June 3rd, 2019

For the wellness of the whole athlete, mental skills can be learned and practiced with consistency for maximal wellness. We all perceive situations differently. For one person, being in a high-pressure, chaotic sports environment can be energizing. For another person, the same situation can cause extreme anxiety. Let’s use the abstract picture below to illustrate […]

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