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Below you will find articles supporting the ‘Recovery’ phase of our High Performance Routines from reputable sources
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“ Pre-performance routines condition the mind to react well to pressure ,” explains Martin Turner, Sports Psychologist.
Olympic Gold medal winner Mo Farah, for example, listens to music, sleeps, drinks coffee, and then gets himself psyched up for the race prior to his performances. This routine helps him to stay in control of his mental state.
The way you spend your time right before a big performance will influence your chance of success.
Many of us go through periods when we have to work intense and long hours and get very little time for rest. While this kind of overwork is not ideal, there are undoubtedly situations in which it becomes a necessity or makes sense. Here are some practical tips for surviving and thriving.
This article talks about how to get through an extremely busy time at work.
Interruptions are a fact of organizational life and endlessly fragment our time and thus our attention. Our brains find it difficult to switch attention between tasks…
According to a study the average office worker in the U.K. is productive for just two hours and 53 minutes.
How you start your day sets the tone for everything else – here are 3 ways to prepare your brain your brain and body for a busy day.
Mornings can feel tough…there are lots of things you can do to keep yourself energised, but you might find these tips helpful if you need to hype yourself up for a busy day….