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Barefoot Running

Scientific research into the practice of running and jumping barefoot has not reached a clear consensus regarding its risks or its benefits. While footwear might provide protection from cuts, bruises, impact and weather,
proponents of barefoot running argue that it reduces the risk of chronic injuries (notably repetitive stress injuries) caused by heel striking in padded running shoes.

I Said That Even Before I Knew I Was

“I am the greatest. I said that even before I knew I was. I figured that if I said it enough, I would convince the world that I was really the greatest.”

Why we love it: Successful people often need to have the confidence that will be successful. Although this much seems obvious, such confidence and swagger is often disdained. That being said, Ali’s assureds here makes a lot of sense. Ultimate self-confidence is the first step to realizing a dream.

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BUILT TO WIN

If we take care in putting our children together properly, the world will take of itself. We can’t demand that people live their lives a certain way, however I believe it is imperative that we cause them to think about it. I have the opportunity to impact lives directly. not only do I HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF TEACHING AND COACHING THEM TO BE GOOD, PRODUCTIVE CITIZENS. ALSO TO PREPARE THEM TO MAKE APPROPRIATE CHOICES WHEN THE TOUGH CHALLENGES OF LIFE CONFRONTED THEM.

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Strengthening your mental muscle

Mental training is the practice of mental skills such as goal mapping, imagery, and relaxation techniques that are useful during practice and competition. Regularly practicing mental skills can help athletes respond to adversity and reach peak performance. Athletes of all ages, skill levels, and sports have found mental training helpful. Mental training really does work! But it is important to remember that, like physical training, mental training requires practice. When coupled with physical training, mental training can help put you in the best position to perform to your potential.

You need to check out your mental attitude if you’re going to keep your brain in tune. Remain open to the ideas of the young, even if you don’t seek to emulate their behavior. The key is to as we get older.  “Use it or lose it,” as the saying goes. Recognizing that you are undergoing cognitive changes and then trying to maximize your performance will help preserve your abilities and maintain them to their fullest potential.

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