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10 Scientifically Proven Life Hacks Every Athlete Needs To Know

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  • Clenching your left fist relaxes you in high-pressure moments
    High pressure situations are usually the telling sign of how great any athlete is. But how can you calm some of these nerves that people tend to get?some of these nerves can be relieved when clenching your left fist. This motion is said to activate the right side of the brain — the side that controls your automated behavior. This helps athletes from overthinking and just letting their natural instincts come in.

  • Chewing gum or sipping juice makes you more alert

    Drinking sugary drinks like Gatorade or chewing some gum is more than just delicious, it helps you think better! But the crazy part is you don’t even have to swallow it. Pause. No, you can actually just swish around the liquids around and get the taste.
    Your brain, in turn, becomes more active in the pleasure center, allowing you to enjoy feeling the burn far longer than some idiot without a sugary drink. It also stimulates the part of ur brain in charge of movement control. So not only will u be content while kicking ur water-drinking

  • opponent’s ass, you’ll actually be kicking it harder.

    Singing while you play prevents you from choking

    There is nothing worse than choking in late-game situations. Only the greats are able to come through and shine in the clutch, so how can you secure that you won’t be tripping over your own feet from nervousness? Try singing. Seriously.

    The pressure from the game often times makes you overthink things and and take missteps that can kill your success. by singing, you will shut off that part of the brain the becomes too overactive. This, in turn, should prevent you from choking.

  • Smelling good scents helps you concentrate better

    For years researchers have known about the positive effects of certain smells and aromas. Its healing power can not only make you calmer but it actually lowers your blood pressure.
    researchers discovered that the athletes hit a higher batting average every time they sniffed their scented wrist bands. Their performance and ability sky-rocketed thanks to an increase of their hand-eye coordination.

  • Eating a chocolate bar gives you more energy to burn
    Scientists discovered that eating bits of chocolate before physically exerting yourself can help performance and stamina. Throughout the course of a game, you lose a lot of energy. Epicatechin, a chemical in chocolate, helps to quickly restore this energy and give you more power to last longer.

  • Non-alcoholic beers help you recover

    Especially after running a marathon, your body’s recovery is vital in making sure you can walk again. Doctors now say that drinking non-alcoholic beverages afterwards can help you recover more quickly and get you ready for the next game. The only question is where the hell do you get non-alcoholic beer?

  • Watching porn before gives you more adrenaline

    In a study where researchers tested athletes after watching a variety of short clips, from sad to funny, motivational and erotic, they discovered that guys played significantly better after watching the porn. Naturally. This helps bring a rise in your testosterone, which makes you play with more intensity, heart and desire. You see what you’re doing to us over here, ladies?

  • Talking sh*t after you score makes you more likely to come out on top

    While talking sh*t and showing off is usually prohibited by most sane coaches, apparently if you gives you an edge and increases your chance of winning. According to a recent study, soccer players who “convincingly cheered” throughout the game were more successful in actually winning.
    Showing visible signs of pride does something to the opponent, making them more hesitant and likely to choke. Scientists also found that celebrating in the direction of the crowd does nothing. Do it right in the opponent’s face.

  • Wearing red also increases your chances of winning

    Not only does wearing red make you more attractive to the opposite sex, but it also increases your chances of winning. So before you celebrate after every score and wild out, make sure you’re wearing red.

    This lethal combo should give you an unparalleled edge. In 2004, two British researchers concluded that athletes who wore red always came out on top during close-game situations. So in the end, you’ll still to actually compete to have a shot at winning, so just keep it close. It’s simple really — red means dominance.

  • Grunting during the game distracts your opponent
    Ever wonder why tennis players grunt all match long? Well besides exerting a sh*tload of force on every swing, it helps distract their opponents and throw off their concentration. It’s simple really.
    making grunt sounds messes with others’ perception of things such as where exactly the ball is and how they should react. So next time you’re on the field, court or pitch, make sure you’re squawking like crazy. It’ll help you win.


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