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Journal EntryPerformance Quote: Catching confidence
“Confidence is contagious. So is lack of confidence.” - Vince Lombardi, legendary NFL coach
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Journal EntryPerformance Quote: No garbage in
“Garbage in, garbage out.” - George Fuechsel, IBM programmer and instructor
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Journal EntryPerformance Quote: Challenge yourself
"Life is not a having and a getting, but a being and a becoming." -Matthew Arnold, 19th-century British writer and philosopher
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Journal EntryPerformance Quote: Thinking on the bright side
"Ability is what you're capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it.” - Lou Holtz, NFL & NCAA coach
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Journal EntryIf you’ve ever choked under pressure, read on.
Emerging research suggests that activating the right side of your brain may decrease likelihood of choking under pressure.
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Journal EntryUse self-talk to boost your performance
Learn new skills, reinforce old skills, and stay motivated with self-talk strategies.<br /><br />
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Journal EntryBreathe out stress; breathe in relaxation or energy
Check out HPRC’s instructional videos on breathing tactics you can use to relax or energize you mind and body!
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programA new approach to prevent non-combat injuries
The heavy loads that active duty service men and women have to carry during deployments and training are taking a toll. Extensive research continues on how to reduce body armor weight and decrease the risk of associated non-combat injuries.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programU.S. Army reinstates basic fitness requirement to take PME courses
If you want to earn credit for PME courses, first you must pass the APFT and meet weight requirements.
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Journal EntryOne-Rep-Max calculator
Use this easy tool to determine your one-repetition maximum before you begin a strength-training program.
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