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Journal EntryPFT/PRT prep—Part 3: Mobility
Mobility, stability, and flexibility go hand in hand when translating your PFT/PRT training into performance. Training for each requires different but complementary approaches.
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Journal EntryReframe your thoughts for peak performance
Interpreting things for the worse can really hold you back. Learn how to limit this habit so you can achieve optimum performance.
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Journal EntryRules for a successful performance plan
There are specific strategies you can use when setting up a performance-enhancement plan. Check out the “Ten Rules.”
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Journal EntrySleep and the Warfighter
Get help optimizing sleep with help from HPRC’s new infographic and other resources about getting your best rest.
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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 text/texmacsSleep needs for adults
Optimum performance requires optimum sleep as part of post-exercise recovery. A recent report shows that athletes—including warrior athletes—need extra.
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Journal EntryStart your children’s good sleep habits early
Sleep is an essential part of post-exercise recovery, and good sleep habits begin in childhood. A recent Canadian report on bringing up children as athletes provides valuable input for children at various ages.
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Journal Entry Troff documentSuspension training: Put some suspense in your workout
Suspension training is a popular way to get a good workout wherever you are with very little equipment, using just your body weight for resistance.
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Journal EntryThe best routines are…not routine?
Routines help athletes and Warfighters achieve their best, but rigid routines can get in the way. Flexibility and adaptation are keys to success.
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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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