Looks like a good read to take on a success mindset in sports and life:
• If you want to change your life you have to change your frame of reference.
• Anyone can demand instant gratification… but if you can delay it, you might just get where you want to go.
• Who says easier and faster is always better? Adversity paves the road to success.
Click the link below to read more about it…
-You need sleep for testosterone and growth hormone secretion. Quality sleep = greater workout recovery
-Sleep consolidates learning and strengthens memory pathways namely motor memory.
-Sleep meds like Ambien just put you in an unconscious state and not a true deep sleep state.
-Young service members who had sleep problems had the hormone levels (testosterone) of 90+ year olds
-Lack of sleep puts your body in chronic inflammation.
-Supplement with Vitamin D3, Mg+, Zinc, 5-HTP (tryptophan), slow release Melatonin, get adequate protein and fat in your diet, and don’t binge on booze
-Get 8 hours of sleep per night.
2. They practice mindfulness.
3. Their brains actually function differently in a worry-inducing event.
4. They’re more willing to take chances.
5. They have a sense of perspective.
6. They get to the root of their worry.
7. They don’t stop worrying — they just designate time for it.
8. They have confidence they can handle whatever comes at them.
9. They have the ability to see positive outcomes in seemingly bleak situations.
10. They ask themselves the right questions.
11. They know how to perceive their negative emotions. Click the link to read about each one of these habits