How to become a champion?
Sport and a healthy lifestyle for many are the raison d'etre. Some become qualified athletes, others - deserved masters of sports, and others - professional trainers. And although each of them dreams of becoming a champion, only a few achieve it.
How to become a champion: plan
The first mentor of any champion are parents. It is they who direct their children in the right direction. Therefore, you need to bring up winners from early childhood:
- From 3 to 6 years, the most favorable age for mastering basic skills in any sport;
- From 6 to 12 years, instilling interest in the chosen sport through the game with encouraging prizes;
- From 12 to 14 years old begin regular training with a general physical orientation;
- From 15 to 16 years old, specialized classes are introduced with a focus on the in-depth development of technology;
- From 16 to 19 years of workout, as a rule, focused on the development of endurance and muscle strength. During this period, it is necessary to strengthen medical supervision.
The highest champion results athletes reach mainly in the period from 23 to 30 years. But it should be understood that an important factor is the age at which the beginning of a sports career was laid and when the first medals were won. In this case, in any case, to win the champion's title, the athlete must be fully developed and have special training.
Big sport means that a person must be able to use the so-called hidden reserves of the body. But since not everyone is capable of it, not all athletes become winners. Meanwhile, there are several basic rules that all champions adhere to:
- A lot of exercise.
- Listen carefully to your mentor, fulfill all his requirements and not argue with him, because the coach objectively looks at the situation.
- Regularly attend various training events, as well as go to all sorts of competitions. It keeps the athlete in good shape, stimulates continuous improvement and fueled by victories.