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Journal Entry Troff documentSleep is a performance asset
We need sleep as much as we need food and water for health and performance. Yet there are some training myths about “getting used to sleep deprivation.”
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Journal Entry ODS templateEnjoy your run without "the runs"
Having the urge “to go” during a workout isn’t unusual for endurance athletes. There are steps you can take that could get you to the finish line accident-free
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Journal EntryGet SMART about your goals
Setting goals that you will actually accomplish can be easier said than done. Check out HPRC’s goal-setting worksheet to learn a formula for success!
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Journal EntryHow to get over a workout plateau
If you feel like you’ve hit a wall in your workout routine, try periodization to increase your performance.
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Journal EntryEnergy drinks: different labels, same risks
Energy drinks are now being marketed as conventional foods, but there are still risks involved. Learn how to stay safe if you drink these beverages.
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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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