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What Is Visualization and What Are Creative Visualization Techniques?

Creative Visualization techniques have been used by successful people to visualize their goals and visions since the beginning of humanity.

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Six Habits of the Athlete Mindset

What’s the X factor that makes the world’s greatest athletes great? Find out —and learn how to discover it within yourself.

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A 2-Minute Exercise That Will Change Your Life & Help You Lose Weight

Did you know that you can visualize your way to health? Even success? I know that may sound woo-woo, but hang on.

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14 Ways to Conquer Fear

At the beginning of each new year many people consider making resolutions to change for the better. Of those who succeed in making resolutions many fail. But many fail before they give success a chance because of fear.

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4 Reasons Every Athlete Should Meditate

A mind that is not under control is a mind that makes mistakes—mistakes that could prevent you from winning.

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Sports Psychology for Performance Anxiety

If feelings of nervousness, anxiety or fear interfere with your sports performance, learning to use a few tips from sports psychology may help you get your anxiety under control and reduce game-day nerves.

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What to Steal from 6 Olympians’ Pre-Game Rituals

We can’t think of many more pressure-filled moments in sports than being an Olympic athlete on the starting line. To be ready to perform at the highest level, and deal with the inevitable nerves, each athlete has to find his perfect pre-competition routine.

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‘I Want All the Spirits that Are in Here to Favor Me.’ How Adam Ottavino Uses Earthing to Help Him Focus on Pitching

At 2 p.m., Adam Ottavino, the Red Sox’ setup man, emerged from the empty dugout in shorts and a T-shirt. He immediately kicked off his flip-flops, and he was barefoot in the park. Fenway Park, that is.

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