The making of a corporate Athlete

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Presentation reveals how a corporate person would be compared to an athlete. Motivational and insightful presentation

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The making of a corporate Athlete:

The making of a corporate Athlete

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A successful approach to sustained high performance must consider the person as a whole

The one Quality needed...:

The one Quality needed... Sustained high performance in the face of ever increasing pressure and rapid change

Ideal performance state:

Ideal performance state

High Performance Pyramid:

High Performance Pyramid

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Extensive research in Sports science confirm that capacity to mobilize energy on demand is the foundation of Ideal Performance State (IPS)

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Spiritual capacity is tapping into ones deepest value and define strong sense of purpose

Healthy things to do :

Healthy things to do Eat five to six meals a day Drink four to five 12 ounce glasses of water daily Three to four 20 to 30 minutes cardiovascular workouts a week

Go bed early and wake up early :

Go bed early and wake up early Night owls are often Groggy and unfocused in the mornings Establish sleep rituals

Maintain consistent bedtime and wake up time:

Maintain consistent bedtime and wake up time

Seek recovery every 90 minutes to 120 minutes:

Seek recovery every 90 minutes to 120 minutes Chronobiologists have found that the bodys hormone, glucose and blood pressure drop every 90 minutes. Failing this overall human capacity is compromised. Short focussed breaks can produce significant recovery Five source of restoration: eat something, hydrate, move physically, change channels mentally and change channels emotionally

Do at least two weight training workouts a week:

Do at least two weight training workouts a week

Thank You:

Thank You Experts from HBR Article written by Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz

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