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Journal EntryGet into the Zone
In training, sports, or life, you’ve likely experienced times when “things just click”—when you’re in “the Zone” or experiencing “flow.” Learn more.
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Journal EntryFuel your adolescent athlete
Heat, humidity, and tough workouts can all be a part of an adolescent’s sports training program. Learn about proper nutrition and hydration to help them optimize performance.
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Journal EntryMental imagery works!
Mental imagery isn’t a magic trick. It’s an essential training tool you can learn. Try these tips on how to make mind rehearsals productive for you.
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Journal EntryFueling for performance
HPRC has a new section on frequently asked questions about performance nutrition to help you achieve your performance goals.
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Journal Entry Troff documentThe best routines aren’t
Routines help athletes and service members achieve their best, but rigid routines can get in the way. Flexibility and adaptation are keys to success.
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Journal Entry D source codeFueling with fluid
Fluid is just as important for optimizing performance as carbohydrates and protein, but are you getting enough?
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Journal EntryCheck out Performance Triad’s new materials
Looking for information to help optimize your sleep, activity, and nutrition? Check out the new materials posted by the Army Public Health Command.
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Journal EntryIs perfectionism the perfect way to train?
Are you a perfectionist? Learn why striving for excellence is a better move than demanding perfection.
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Journal EntryWhat’s in the way of your optimal performance?
Learning mental skills can help you meet greater demands, which sets you up to feel more prepared. It can even set the stage for optimal mindset and peak performance!
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Journal EntryBuild a better team
Group “cohesiveness” can contribute to Warfighter success. Learn how groups can establish and foster it.
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