If you participate in outdoor sports and recreational activities, you need protection from the sun. Glare can interfere with your ability to see the detail necessary for successful performance. Tinted lenses can help. Tints transmit specific wavelengths of light based on the color, the amount of tinting and the lens material used. Guidelines can help you select the color tints recommended for your sport, […]
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1. Sit in a comfortable place where you won’t be interrupted. 2. Relax your body and take several long, slow breaths. Use belly breathing if you’d like…
The first time you try imagery (visualization), it’s helpful to have a skilled facilitator or practitioner walk you through the process.
Visualization for kids sports: PARENT: Find a relaxing place to sit or lie down. Breathe in and out (pause). In and out. Gently close your eyes and allow your body to relax.
Parents or coaches can use this visualization for any sport. Improve your child’s vision.
Fears can terrify and even immobilize you. They may make you feel weak, helpless or frustrated. You may be fearful of looking stupid or failing, or even fearful of your own power and success. These feelings and behaviors are experienced by athletes of all ages. When athletes are concerned with fears, they are focusing outside […]
50 Tips To Improve Your Sports Performance by Dr. Lynn Hellerstein has been honored as a “Winner” in the “Health: Exercise & Fitness” category.
What if you could improve your athletic ability, mental acuity, concentration and generally enhance your performance and further your goals on and off the field?
Start marching in place. When your left knee is raised, use your right hand to touch your left knee.
Draw a series of arrows. Standing, move your arms in the direction of the first arrow and call out that direction.