I do a few regular radio and online interviews during football season, so if you see any injuries to key players (or players on your fantasy team), shoot me a message on Twitter or Facebook, and I’ll be happy to talk about it!
Book I read this week: Turning Pro: Tap Your Inner Power and Create Your Life’s Work by Steven Pressfield. This is another remarkable book explaining the difference between amateurs and professionals (hint: most of us are amateurs!). Then he discusses what it takes to truly go pro and what it could mean for your life. It is amazing! Pick up a copy and read it!
Book I’m reading next week: The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail–but Some Don’t by Nate Silver. I read Silver’s Five Thirty Eight blog for years when it was part of the New York Times. I often read articles from his fivethirtyeight.com site now. I am looking forward to reading his take on statistics and predictions in fields such as baseball, weather, and politics.
Good information on the types of injuries in elite volleyball: Injury risk is low among world-class volleyball players: 4-year data from the FIVB Injury Surveillance System by Tone Bere, Jacek Kruczynski, Nadège Veintimilla, Yuichiro Hamu, and Roald Bahr in British Journal of Sports Medicine
I agree that eliminating international play by NBA players won’t completely eliminate injuries. Examining Dante Exum’s ACL Injury and Other Injuries in International Play by Jeff Stotts in In Street Clothes
These are all great tips to feel better each morning: How to Feel More Awake With Less Sleep by Emily Hill in Factor 75
I’ve wanted to try the formula (she calls it “detox water”) for a while: 5 Reasons Lemon Water Will Make You Healthy And Happier by Ona Egesi in Elite Daily
Exercise and Fitness
Good advice for beginners to competitive runners: When Is the Best Time to Run? by Amanda Palmer in Skinny Mom
Exercise might protect your brain as you get older. The Most Effective Way to Protect an Aging Brain by Brenda Goodman in WebMD
Good information for parents of young athletes: Selecting and Fitting Footwear for Fall Sports in momsTEAM.com
Interviewing your coach can be a great idea for parents of young athletes: How To Interview And Choose The Right Coach by Patrick Cohn in Youth Sports Psychology
Did you like one of these articles or books? Do you have any others to share? I’d love to hear your thoughts below!
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