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About Emerging Athlete
Hi, we are the Emerging Athletes. We believe the key to a happy and successful life depends on mastering four underlying pillars:
Fitness, Productivity, Mindfulness, and Nutrition. Emerging Athlete is here to help You with just that.
Step by step you get better and better. Keep improving and trust the process.
A strong body builds the basis of an Emerging Athlete. We are always in shape and ready to perform.
Time efficiency and the right habits facilitate a happy and successful life.
High Performance in any area can only be achieved through inner peace and harmony.
Food is our fuel.
The right nutrition builds a foundation for a strong body and a happy life.
By nature and in today’s time, motivation is a topic that matters for each and everyone at one point in life. Whether it may be the motivation to go to the gym, study for university or to pursue any other kind of goal, motivation is the one key to start. Let’s take me writing this
In the last article, we talked about the optimal triceps volume, if you haven’t checked it out yet definitely give it a read. 2/3 of our arms are composed of the triceps. So, why would you not want to know everything for optimal triceps growth? 😉 But I know you’re all waiting for this article.
Stretching? A very questionable topic for many athletes. But does stretching impact athletic performance? Stretching for injury prevention reasons seems to be very useful. Still, there are some athletes who loathe stretching. But what about the latest scientific findings on the topic? Which forms of stretching are there and what effects does it have on
“I’ll start right away, I’ll check Facebook again quickly” – does this idea seem familiar to you? We all have things that we want or need to do: Learn for an exam Call an unpleasant customer Do a job that is not fun for us The execution of these things costs time. Time is a
You’re motivated. You’re committed. You’re training hard. But it still feels like your not gaining any mass at all? That’s frustrating. I know how disheartening it can feel. When I started working out in the gym, it was chaotic. I did not really have any clue about exercising, execution technique or nutrition. Not to mention
The marathon is one of the most frequent fitness goals that exist. There is a mythical vibe to conquering the 26,2-mile range. For some people, there is a lot of weight to whether you have run a marathon or not. Almost like there is a life before, and after, this achievement. As a side note,