Mirity Women Racerback Sports Bras – High Impact Workout Gym Activewear Bra Color Black Grey Size XL

February 11, 2017 by  
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  • Pullover Style and Removeable Pads High support Sports Bra.
  • This High-support sport bra and a comfy racerback in smooth Body-Wick fabric to keep you cool, from cycling to circuit training.
  • The Ladies High-support Bra Top Is Perfect For Training Sessions Down At The Gym, Constructed With A Built In Bra For Added Support Along With Ventilation Panels And Wide Shoulder Straps For A Cool And Comfortable Fit. This Sports Bra Also Benefits From An Elasticated Hem, Finished Off With Reflective Detail To The Racer Back Sport Bras.
  • Soft, Stretchy, And Super Breathable,This Is An Awesome Saturday Bra. Tough Enough To Handle Hot Class, Then Slips Seamlessly Under Your Favorite Tank Or T-Shirt For Whatever Else You Want To Get Into That Day. Built For High /Medium-Impact Activity And All-Day Comfort.
  • Why We Made This High-support sport bra?This Double Straight-Strap Bra Is Killing It From Every Angle. In The Front, High Coverage Keeps Us Feeling Comfortable During Plank Pose. In The Back, A Wide Racer And Strategically-Placed Cut-Out Provides Support And Keeps The Air Flowing. The Result? An All-Around Winner.

Product Description
Mirity Sports Bra Feature:
High-support Support
Ladies sports bra
Pullover style
Performance & Fabric
Perfect for spinning, kickboxing and circuit training
Nylon performance fabric with 4-way stretch
Sleek,stretchy fabric is wicking,breathable
Lightweight,super soft,smooth,stretchy
Removable cups for extra coverage
Racerback gives maximum freedom of movement
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Mirity Women Racerback Sports Bras – High Impact Workout Gym Activewear Bra Color Black Grey Size XL

Team Sports and Building Character in Our Youth

July 29, 2010 by  
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It’s all about sports say coaches and parents as they sign their children up for little league, soccer, swimming or youth track. Both parents and coaches alike realize that by teaching our kids sports we are instilling in them strong work ethic, competitiveness, team work, sportsmanship, striving to accomplish goals, and to win.

These are all such obvious life skills you’d wonder why any parent wouldn’t want their kids in sports. Still, some psychologists say that an underperforming young athlete can have their self-esteem hurt if they find that they are not as good as the other kids on the team or in the league.

True enough and yet parents say, that’s alright they can still be part of a winning team, if they will put forth effort they’ll learn what can be accomplished working together, and they will also learn that if they want to do good and win in anything in life they will have to rise to the occasion and train and work harder to accomplish their goals, dreams and objectives. Indeed.

Today however, we are finding more and more studies and research done by psychologists that say we are damaging our children by pushing them too hard and that we should back off in order not to hurt their psyche. Sure, we could do that, but what happens when they enter the real world say coaches and parents; “Things are not going to get any easier then are they?”

No matter what you believe on this topic, one thing is known for sure; Team Sports Build Character in Our Youth! And so, I hope you will consider this.

The Benefits of Team Sports

July 29, 2010 by  
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Team Sports not only test your physical capabilities, but your mental capabilities as well. Sports help promote communication skills, decision making, and respect.

The physical aspect of sports can be very demanding. In order to be at the peak of your game you must train your body to endure things that you wouldn’t normally be able to face. Some people might ask why do such a thing? But by doing this you are preparing yourself for life. There are going to be times in your life when you are going to face challenges and if you push threw them two things will happen. First you will be stronger, and second you will be equipped for the next challenge that lies ahead.

Most people believe that sports are mainly physical. Myself being on a basketball team can completely testify against that. I would dare say 75% of the game is mental and the rest is physical. Which brings me to my next topic.

The mental side of sports is probably the most important part, far as preparing you for life. It teaches you how to stay positive when you are down by two points with 30 seconds left in the game or whatever the situation may be.

Probably the biggest thing that people have against sports is the risk factor. Yes there are going to be accidents and people are going to get injured, but that comes with about anything. Overall the pro’s out weight the con’s. So go out and play a sport today, remember the most important thing is to have fun.

Understanding Team Dynamics in Sport

July 29, 2010 by  
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Using the Athlete DISC to Create High Performance Teams

Great teamwork happens when those on the team have a philosophy of being the best person for the team rather than the best person in the team. Often athletes compete brutally against each other in order to be selected on the team and then once they are on the team, they are expected to put the team first. This is quite a departure from their previous thinking when they had to fight for themselves. However, if their thinking does not change, then we end up with a non-united team. A team of individuals. A team that without question, will fail to produce their best when it matters the most. As coaches, we may or may not have a role in selecting our team. Some do and some don’t. Regardless of this, every coach, must understand the interplay of behavioural styles / personalities that exist of their team. This interplay is called Team Dynamics and just by observing a team, it can be quite a challenge to accurately understand the diverse mix of these styles. To fully and accurately understand, coaches can turn to the Athlete DISC and the Team Dynamics Profiling. After all, most teams fail due to clashes of behaviour patterns (“personality clashes”). Clashes that could have been managed had the coach and team been aware of them.

Creating Great Teams

Some coaches assume any group can automatically be a team. One of the biggest single reasons that teams misfire is that personality differences are ignored. In short, who’s selected for the team will affect the outcome. For best results, we must be strategic about the athletes on the team, what their behavioural style is and what the outcome of these behavioural styles is in creating the Team Dynamics Profile. With this knowledge coaches can begin to understand likely team behaviours and the most effective way to coach the overall team. Coaches can also see where gaps are in the team’s diversity and can, where able, recruit athletes of particular profiles to fill those gaps.

When coaches create a sporting team and employ their knowledge of the four Athlete DISC behavioral styles, they can greatly improve the team’s chances for success. Coaches will need to take into account that there are natural allies and antagonists among the styles and also that each style functions best at a different phase in the life cycle of a team. For information on Team Development Stages, stay tuned as an article is coming out soon on this topic.

For example, Interactive styles (I’s) often see Compliant styles (C’s) as overly-analytical and rule governed. Dominant styles (D’s) might sooner die than have to continually wait on the more considerate style of the Steady team members (S’s). Compliant styles, while often drawn to Steady styles, have difficulty understanding the Interactive style’s lack of focus or the Dominant style’s impatience. And Steady styles only wish everyone was as amiable and tolerant as they. So while the potential for conflict is always there, it needn’t become the reality. In creating a team, think about who you are putting on it and monitor how they function during the group’s evolution. That way you’ll not only make the best possible use of the strengths of each team member, you can help create a whole that’s much larger than the sum of the parts. Discovering what styles you have on your team is easy. When each of your team, complete an Athlete DISC Profile, they will be mapped onto a Team Dynamics Chart like the one below.

Visit our site to see the article on this topic and view the Dynamics Profile Chart.

In the Team Dynamics Profile example, a coach can see that there are two different percentage measures in each Behavioural Style. The first percentage is the Norm Group. The norm group is a measure of the % of team members that theoretically form a healthy amount of a certain behavioural style. The other percentage is Your Group. This is the actual percentage of a certain behavioural style that exists in your team.

The first aspect to look at in the Team Dynamics Profile, is the Norm Group vs Your Group percentage. We ideally want these percentages to map to the theory percentages. Successful teams tend to have healthy diversity within the behavioural profiles. Can you think of what may occur if one behavioural style is oversupplied?

In the above example, the first team issue to notice is the lack of D’s. In teams, D’s provide a sense of urgency, a pace setting style of leadership, a love of a challenge, a strong results focus and a what ever it takes style of play. What do you think may be the outcome for a team that is missing these qualities? Think about team members who naturally want to assume a leadership role, what profile do you think they are most likely?

The second observation is that there are too many I’s. Interactive (I) style behaviours are fast paced, people oriented, motivated by change and fun, are impulsive with their choices, will be interested in the social side of sport as well as the need for individual recognition. As well, I’s are talkative types who tend to wear there heart on their sleeve more so than the other styles. With roughly twice as many I’s as the theory suggests is required, this team will likely struggle at times to switch on a focus. There may be a lot of off topic communication and if their coach does not provide excitement and fun elements at training, then they will start to disengage.

The other factor in this team, is that their Steady style (S) is under represented. S styles are described as the ultimate team player. They listen, are observant of others, portray tolerance, are highly amiable and generally will naturally put the team before themselves. Some describe S’s as the glue that binds the team together. What do you think may happen in this team given that there are not enough of the S’s?

Finally, the Compliant style. You will notice that this style is also over represented by 25%. Compliant styles (C’s) are rule guided, motivated by structure and systems being effective and efficient, are stubborn and inflexible to change unless there is sufficient evidence such as facts and figures to support the change. They are also likely to be highly conscious of quality above all else, are interested in the “right” process before the result and are more a thinker than a feeler who will be reticent to express themselves. Whilst fantastic people to have on a team, they can often be prone to preferring to work alone. So knowing this what impact do you think the impact on the team will be?

In summary, Team Dynamics Profiling gives us concrete indications on how the team will bond, interact and ultimately perform. Obtaining accurate information on Team Dynamics is easy and inexpensive using the Athlete DISC Profiling system. I have noticed that when teams significantly underperform, there is almost always critical behavioural issues (“personality clashes”) that were never addressed by the coach. Sport is tough enough. Coaching is one of the most challenging roles a person can have. In a recent survey of elite coaches from a diversity of sports, coaches rated the three most challenging aspects of their roles. 50% rated “Understanding individual athlete’s personality and how to best motivate them”. 46% rated “Personal life balance – managing sport, career, home and social life.” And 31% rated “Team/squad dynamics and managing relationships within the team/squad”. Don’t make your job any harder by neglecting this critical aspect of team performance. Use the knowledge available with Athlete Assessments and the Athlete DISC to assist you to make better informed decisions.

Get to know the real benefits of Team Sport

July 28, 2010 by  
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Target Sports are an important part of life. And, in all of them sports rules must to be firmly followed especially if we talk on the subject of safety, In the early19th century when soccer was a well liked game, have a set of rules but without any referee to execute or impose these rules. Such rules in those times, does not have explicit stipulations thus it became the reason of nuisance. It caused so much violence which made a awful notion for it. Cause of the rising figure of aggression concerning the Baseball game which resulted in wounds to the players as well as the audience, governing organizations determined and formulated Rules of the game that was necessary and applies till now.
Like Baseball and Target Sports for majority of the games rules are really simple they are not intricate at all. The first rule that you need to bear in mind is to keep every person safe also this is merely common sense to by no means point and toss anything at another player. Mishaps can happen at all times we must employ high quality apparatus and accessories, which are particularly intended for practice like indoor and outdoor training. One should examine the state of the gear regularly to be certain that they are still in their best shape. This is better than changing the kit. Officials and spectators are required to constantly provide complete interest in Team Sport rules for the reason that in sports if Team Sport rules aren’t followed appropriately hostility disorder and hustle can create a terrible notion of the game. Also good emotional stability is significant to any athlete and there are a few games where there are apparent benefits of clear rules and regulations.
Through the years each and every Baseball game has created famous legends. As of the time Team Sport enjoys its status as the most loved sport in the entire planet. Entertainingly it continues to get improved in time with its confirmed professional set of rules. With the latest adaptation of the world’s most well-liked sports. It’s really a fun way to encourage and coach the sports rules to kids. Finally Team Sport rules can put off damaging every player must practice them accurately in their training schedule. The rules of most of the games are in fact very easy but playing the game by such Team Sport rules can be a bit tricky! Essential rules in any game are as significant as the players and the equipment. These will make any game more exhilarating and more motivating.

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