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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.

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Fitness

A strong body builds the basis of an Emerging Athlete. We are always in shape and ready to perform.

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Productivity

Time efficiency and the right habits facilitate a happy and successful life.

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Mindfulness

High Performance in any area can only be achieved through inner peace and harmony.

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Nutrition

Food is our fuel.
The right nutrition builds a foundation for a strong body and a happy life.

Recent Articles

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Joint Health for Athletes – The Ultimate Guide

Some get caught earlier, others later. Presumably, each one of us can tell his own story on injuries – and even if you’ve had the luck and been spared so far, it’s unlikely anyone will manage to remain completely injury free throughout his entire training career. But what is most important when it comes to

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Auto-Suggestion – How to Use It

Many people want to step up their game in multiple ways at once. They want to be more successful and healthy. Asking for more confidence, motivation, and energy. But these things are hard to achieve. They take immense willpower, discipline, and mental fortitude. Right? What if there is a technique that allows you to achieve

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How Probiotics affect your Mood

With the right foods, you can boost your intestinal flora and strengthen your well-being. Sounds good? Within this article, you will learn how probiotics affect your mood. Some people go so far and claim that the intestine is our second brain because we rely on our gut feeling and not rational thinking. Your colon takes

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Why Reading is So Important

Reading is one of those things everyone wants to do more of, but only a few people find the time for. Reasons for this are plentiful. For you, it might be responsibilities and the chores of every day keeping you occupied. Many people find themselves in a situation, in which they have only a small

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