Here are the 4 key points to take away when trying to reduce the risk of burnout in Rocket athletes: 1.) Make sure Rockets have ample time to socialize with others who share similar interests, this will help them make friends and relieve their stress. 2.) If they have set goals for themselves, keep an eye on the Rocket to make sure they aren’t pushing themselves too hard. 3.) Keep the Rockets confidence high so their positive demeanor and outlook doesn’t take a hit if they are struggling. 4.) Sit down with the Rocket and ensure they aren’t making rash decisions without thinking about the repercussions of the bigger choices they make.
There is no trait in sports that is more talked about and dissected than the “clutch gene”. The ability to stare down the barrel of an immeasurable situation and deliver the goods, despite what may feel like the odds being heavily stacked against you.
Brendan Fowler currently plays professional lacrosse for the New York Lizards, a team in Major League Lacrosse and for the Vancouver Stealth, a team in the National Lacrosse League.
His story starts far before he landed in the professional ranks. His college career began as […]
A three-time World Series champion for the Giants and an All-American at Florida State, Buster Posey is one of the most successful baseball players in modern baseball.
Comfortable with being in the spotlight and always calm in the pressure-packed moments of big-time games, Posey is the poster-player for Rocket […]
She crushed more home runs in Division I college softball history, and left school as an NCAA Women’s College World Series champion.
Lauren Chamberlain is as competitive as they come, staying cool in the biggest moments, always calculating how she can adjust to help […]