Stop Playing the Blame Game

Stop Playing the Blame Game. Someone Else Must Always Be to Blame. For some people Blaming others or denial, is an excellent strategy to help them preserve their self esteem. If something has gone wrong (or is not the way it should be), then someone other than themselves must be identified and blamed for causing the situation. by avoiding acceptance of their failings. It’s easier to blame someone else than to accept responsibility. For some people It’s pretty easy just to lie and blame someone else. The refusal to take personal responsibility. People make mistakes and engage in regrettable actions. But by failing to take personal responsibility the road to constructive change is blocked.


Road to Junior Olympic National

Good Luck to All 2C2W Athletic Academy Athletes

USATF Long Island Youth Association Championships & JO Qualifier. Sunday, June 17, 2018 – Sunday, June 17, 2018. Start Time: 10:00 AM

Great Neck North Middle School Great Neck, NY

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Excellence Of An Athlete Besides Just Training

There are many factors that contribute to the excellence of an athlete besides just training. Sports science plays an important part in athletes’ performance, which includes Nutrition, periodization and biomechanics. Any high performance that enters a sport program has the right to expect quality coaching and instruction. , that consists of integrity, education, commitment and enthusiasm. This must include skills development, tactical systems, physical training, motor learning, sports psychology and administration.

A high-performance athlete does whatever it takes daily. A high performance athlete eats properly so that the body recovers faster while a good athlete eats whenever and whatever is available. High performance athlete cannot rely only on hard training to excel. For this to become a reality by standing on the podium, they need a combination of mental, physical and skill based training, to Boost Athlete Performance and gives them the confidence leading to gain a competitive edge.

Most high-performance athlete and coaches undertrain the mental game.  If not address correctly can leads to lower levels of performance such as: Inconsistency, Inability to handle failure or stress, Academic or external issues and Lack of Motivation. Emphasizing the connection between personal purpose and daily behaviors can help ensure alignment energy which represents a critical component to skillful to management and become more effective under pressure.

A high performance athlete wish to be healthy and to realize their   life goals must be energetically aligned with their objectives. In this way, they are both consciously and subconsciously in agreement. An example that we can all relate to, is when we say we will do something but we would really prefer to do something else. When we act unwillingly we feel frustrated, or angry. That is the feeling energy we are aligned with. When we feel, speak and act through inspiration we align with our high energy. As we align ourselves with the feelings and qualities such as joy, peace, creativity and success, we draw those life experiences to us.

NCAA reform eases rules on athlete transfers

The Division I Council officially approved a new rule on Wednesday that will eliminate the permission-to-contact process when a student-athlete transfers programs. Previously, college coaches were able to block the transferring athlete from certain schools, and the athlete was required to obtain permission for schools to contact him.

That process will no longer exist come October, when a student-athlete will now have the ability to transfer without asking for permission. The new process allows the athlete to notify his current school of his desire to transfer and will then require the school to enter the student’s name into a database within two business days of the request.