Positive Fitness

The Importance of Teaching Your Child How To Be Positive In Competitive Sports

Almost every parent remembers when they were first introduced into the world of competitive sports. The moment when, “you are the best” becomes “you really need to pay more attention while in the field”. Sports suddenly became more of a job rather than mindless play.  For some people this was a positive experience while others would rather forget it because it was endless negativity. Not everyone has the natural born talent, but many can be taught. From a coach’s standpoint, players with great attitudes are the true winners. Children should be taught to be team players. No one person  is more important than the team, so they should consider the team more important than themselves.  This is why the best teams and the best players don’t always come out on ...

Postive Attitude Increases Exercise

Attitude is everything, at least for people with heart disease, a new study suggests. The research, published in the journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, shows that having a positive attitude is tied to a longer life and greater likelihood of exercising among coronary artery disease patients. “We should focus not only on increasing positive attitude in cardiac rehabilitation, but also make sure that patients perform exercise on a regular basis, as exercise is associated with both increased levels of optimism and better health,” study researcher Susanne S. Pedersen, Ph.D., professor of cardiac psychology at Tilburg University in the Netherlands, said in a statement. Pederson is also an adjunct professor of cardiac psychology at the University of Southern Den...

A Marathon Can Change Your Life

Happy Spring Marathon Season to all of you runners out there!  Some of you are just waking up out of hibernation and going outside to enjoy the gorgeous spring weather, after your New Years resolutions of getting in shape fell flat, and others have been running in the cold all winter to prepare for their local and destination spring marathons. For those of you who don’t know a marathon is a race with a distance equalling 26.2 miles.  Now many of you are thinking to yourselves “I could never run a marathon,” or “I could never run 26.2 miles…”  Well, the truth is, you can’t, but only with that attitude.  Only because you “think” you can’t.   And let me tell you, that is a big enough road block to stop you from doing anything.   Anyone can...

An Hour a Day Keeps Heart Failure Away

The American Heart Association has just reported in a study that began back in 1997 that an hour of exercise a day could lower your risk of heart failure by 46%.    Males are at greater risk for heart failure, but increased physical activity was equally beneficial for both genders. You don’t have to run a marathon or become a body builder to prevent heart disease, but moderate to vigorous physical activity, will reduce your chances drastically… even more when combined with a healthy diet.   Studies had shown that even low levels of activity were more effective in reducing heart failure then no level of activity.  So next time, take the stairs, leave the car at home and go for a stroll, or join your local yoga class… every step you take is a step toward a a healthy heart.

Boston Strong: 2014 Boston Marathon Brings Positive Attitudes Together!

With the commencement of the 2014 Boston Marathon, we couldn’t be more proud of the moral, sportsmanship, dedication and hard work that went into every step of it’s 30,000+ competitors to complete their 26.2 mile journey.   It was clearly an epic day for all. The energy before the race was clearly electric.  Fans were confident that this would be the best year yet… putting well behind them the tragedy that struck last year’s race.   Being one of the biggest and most exciting race days for Boston, both competitors and spectators made an even greater connection then ever with each other.  The cheers and hi-fives were endless along the stretch of the entire 26.2 mile course…  more than 36000 people ran the race this year, which is over 9,000 more than last year! ...

Find the One Secret of What Separates Good Athletes from Great Ones…

Learn the secret to what separates the top 5 athletes from the top 25 athletes….  Is it their training?  When they started their sport?  How often they practice?  Their diet?   What is it that separates good from great?   The answer is below!

How to Meditate! One Minute Video Tutorial

Natalie Macniel from the YouTube Vlog, “She Takes on The World” is demonstrating a very beneficial meditation technique she learned in China!  She believes “Learning how to meditate can lead to many powerful shifts in your life. A daily meditation practice may help you release stress and tension, prevent diseases, reduce anxiety, stay focused and productive, and more. ” So if you’ve ever wondered “how” to meditate, here’s your chance to learn!

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