Jeter Takes Center Stage In Yankees’ First Workout

“It’s important to be ready for Opening Day.” After spending most of last spring in the trainers’ room, Girardi said that he wants Jeter to have “a normal Spring Training.” That would probably see him play three days in a row at some point and go into the season with about 60 Grapefruit League at-bats. “I believe in my mind that would be p90X3 a realistic goal, but I have to take it day by day,” Girardi said. Jeter said that one of the biggest changes he plans to make this spring is to not fast-forward through Spring Training. The workouts can be a grind — for example, Jeter has never looked forward to the running drills, and that still hasn’t changed. But the captain said that it is important for him to stop looking forward to when things http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm are over with.
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Overcoming Nerves Before A Big Workout

Most of the runners I coach, along with myself, have a tendency to fixate on the impending pain and struggle the next workout will bring. Fretting over one or two important workouts in a training segment isnt a problem its normal and an important part of preparing yourself mentally for race day. However, when you begin to dread and fixate on every single workout, it can become an emotional drain that causes mental burnout and saps the fun out of running. Moreover, this nervousness and fear can convince you a workout cant be done before youve even tried.
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