Gratitude Practice

Be Thankful


Gratitude practice has the ability to rewire your brain, which can improve your physical and mental well-being.


What does this mean for your athletic performance?

Beyond the benefits to your outlook, immune system, and sleep schedule, studies have documented the positive impact that gratitude can have on an athlete’s performance.


A method to practice gratitude is to spend 10 minutes a day meditating, but instead of clearing your mind, focus on holding a positive thought or something you’re grateful for in the front of your mind. Examine how it makes you feel, how it improves your life, and what forces you have to thank for it.


It might feel silly at first, but over time, cultivating a practice of gratitude will improve not only your physical and mental well-being but your athletic performance as well.


Be Thankful To Win Your Day!