Participate in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 28 from 10a-2p and here’s why! Do this twice a year to help your kids avoid opioid addiction: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/readersrespond/bs-ed-rr-addiction-20180306-story.html
Tip: Give your body a break. Always take one or two days off per week to let your muscles heal and your body repair
Children and teens respond to our positive regard. When we notice their kindness and thank them, we’re fostering a culture based on their behavior, not our exhortations. – Betsy Hanger, Mindful Schools
Full article here
Raising Resilient & Responsible Children Workshop from the Family Leadership Center this Sunday, February 11th from 4:30-6:30p at Peloton Labs in Portland.
Visit this link to learn more to to register for the workshop.
Tip: Athletes who sleep at least 8 hours per night are 68% less likely to sustain an injury compared to those who get less sleep.
Lack of sleep impacts reaction times and performance and causes fatigue. Aim to sleep at least 8 hours per night to maximize muscle growth, repair and recovery. This will also help improve cognitive skills and concentration. All of these factors together can contribute to a lower rate of athletic injuries.