Exercise trains the body to manage stress and aid in recovery from stress. Stress in itself is not bad. The stress generated by growth (mental, physical and emotional), but growth occurs during a period of recovery. Office addresses both sides of this equation, you can relax as well as the ability to add stress. This is especially true when the form of exercise is chosen carefully to create a specific effect. For example, a kickboxing aerobics class or long period may be the best option when you feel bored or frustrated and irritable slow.
Yoga, Chi Gung or a nature walk to help calm nerves and refocus your mind when you feel depressed or anxious. There is a physiology to our emotions and it is well established that we learn and perform better when we feel good. Exercise is the key to peak performance that strongly supports the academic and personal success both in college and in life. Secret # 5? _____ Sleep Quality underestimate the importance of quality sleep and relaxation in our success. However, it is essential. We need at least seven hours of sleep for peak performance. Naps are great, but not as a substitute for regular sleep.
Studies show that "early to bed, get up early" really create success. This can be a challenge in school, but keep in mind. Secret # 6? _____ Deep relaxation college success can be derailed by the wrong kind of relaxation. While that socialization and 'party' has its traditional place in university life, do not comply with the requirements of "deep relaxation." , Great staff, develop their own repertoire of spirit, food, soft body activities like nature walks, play an instrument, reading of inspiration, breathing profundaejercicios stargazing, meditation or yoga practice. Eventually, you will be able to read accurately the signs of his body and take meaningful steps to improve their talent and skill regardless of any external stress or circumstance. Most advice on achieving success in college focuses on developing good study habits. While the academic discipline and strong study habits are indisputably key factors of success in college, is a powerful tool "secret" at work in the core of all our efforts. Achieving significant success in college, both academically and personally, requires a holistic approach. All mental and emotional strategies that can be used are deeply affected by our fundamental bases: the physical body. Copyright 2005 Karen B. Karen B. Cohen Cohen is a performance coach and welfare living in a college town in Virginia. She often works with faculty and students at Washington and Lee University. More recently, Karen presented "New paradigms in the modern leadership" as part of "Leadership Lessons", the seminar series at W & L. She is available for seminars, workshops and individual coaching, and can be reached through his latest project