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5 Benefits Of Meditation For Athletes

Article by Zhang Xinyue of Create Abundance.

For those in the sports world, the hardest thing sometimes can be that inner struggle that’s going on in your head. You worry that you’re not good enough. You worry about mistakes. You don’t want to let your team down. Before you know it, you can totally sabotage your athletic performance. There must be a way to overcome these challenges and stay at the top of your game.

Meditation can help!

More coaches and trainers are helping their team by introducing the benefits of meditation. This is an ancient form of all-natural activity that has been practiced for centuries. Today, people in the field of sports are beginning to see the advantages.

Enhances your focus: Meditation helps you shut out the world around you and allows you to focus on this present moment.

Helps athletes cope with pain: Meditation is excellent for helping anyone who needs to control pain in their body. You can even learn to control blood pressure.

Improved sleep: You can meditate just before bedtime and sleep soundly with pleasant dreams. A good night’s rest helps you perform better the next day.

Boosts immune system: Once you get in control of your body, you can get healthy in your spirit, soul and body. Your immune system is fortified helping you fight off viruses and bacteria.

Reduces stress: All athletes experience quite a bit of stress but you can learn how to control this.

Meditation Tips

There are at least eight amazing types of meditation and it can be fun and innovative to learn each one. Athletes can experience new heights in their career.

Create Abundance 创造丰盛 is a book written by Zhang Xinyue. With her years of being a famous spiritualist leader and teacher, Zhang Xinyue is known for various achievements. She is very well-known worldwide as a body-mind-spirit tutor, a spiritual therapist, and the founder of Abundance Psychology. In 2012 she wrote her best-selling book Create Abundance. The book is a collection of quotes containing words of wisdom on how to develop body-mind-spirit cultivation. Her book was originally released in Chinese, but it is also available in English and other languages now. A second version of the book has also recently been released.