Russian coaches need to try something different with their athletes, President Dmitry Medvedev acknowledged today. If the Soviet goal, he says, is to be “first always and everywhere” then their 11th place standing in the 2010 Winter Games was short of the mark. Russia’s president emphasized, ” We should give thought to how to reform the training of athletes. The athlete must be the focus of attention.”
Vancouver-based pHx™ consultant, Suzanna Aaring, points out the United Russian Federation may be getting ahead of themselves. As preparations for the Sochi Olympics in 2014 begin, a coach who’s as focused as their athlete is indispensable to a winning team, not only during sport training, but on Olympic game day. Moreover, the quality of coach interaction with an athlete has the potential to make or break concentration seconds before an event. Although motivational and inspiring during training or even in the hours preceding competition, In the moment of truth words make little difference, no matter how encouraging, and in fact can become a distraction.
Preparation on the part of both coach and athlete in the final minutes helps assure their country a place on the podium. This endeavour can’t be achieved easily within the constraints of Olympic protocol? True enough… at least not without a revolutionary training tool that compresses focus ifast – a routine that can be performed anytime anywhere, as a total body muscle-balancing warm-up within 5-10 minutes. Comprehensive design precision requires an exercise sequence that optimizes sports performance without injury or immune stress – such as embodied in the Body’Fit pH Fitness™ cardiovascular exercise (short form… pHx) warm-up. It comes highly recommended immediately prior to a training run or actual games competition for IQ EQ PQ focus that returns body pH to normal fast – without words.
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