It is not uncommon for individuals, including athletes, to set goals to meet performance demands or achieve certain performance outcomes. However, how often do we set goals related to self-care? UW-Green Bay Prof. Alan Chu, Chair of the M.S. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology Program, published a peer-reviewed blog article on “Goal Setting and Monitoring for Self-Care: Facilitating a Mindful and Grateful Attitude” through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP). This article highlights the importance of setting goals to take care of ourselves through mindfulness and gratitude practices that are applicable to athletes and also the general public.
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