Balance, Sleep & Emotional Health
The mental game is the toughest of all. Your mindset is what ultimately holds everything together. You have to keep developing yourself to keep all the domains in your life balanced and your emotional health in tack. On this episode of LIVETHEFUEL, another co-host from, the team at MindoftheAthlete.com joins us. They help develop the minds of young, aspiring athletes. Visualizing the end game is Dr. Julie Amato.
“The ones who decide to embrace changes are the ones that ultimately will succeed“
On This Episode You Will Hear:
- [01:29] Dr. Julie Amato is a sports psychologist. More broadly she is a clinical psychologist. Psychologist have PhD’s and Psychiatrist have MD’s.
- [02:03] Both focused on the mind. Dealing with depression.
- [03:48] You have to keep working on yourself and developing yourself. Don’t leave all your eggs in one basket. Diversify. If you have good balance in your life, and one piece falls away there are other parts of your life that are fulfilling that gives you a little psychological sturdiness.
- [05:16] Fuel your health, business and lifestyle. How do you manage adversity? Keeping all the domains in your life balanced. The college athletes Julie works with put their lives into three domains, Social, Academic, and Sport. They find it hard to balance the three.
- [08:51 ] The Phone Tree
Biohacking, Mind Mapping and Visualization
- [13:09] Bio Hacking with Bulletproof Coffee Dave Asprey. Putting healthy fat sources in your coffee. 80% of your brain tissue is fat cells. How are we fueling these fat cells?
- [15:28] The importance of sleep. Sleep is critical for muscle repair and growth recovery. Memory consolidation occurs whilst sleeping.
- [17:54] Dr. Perlmutter, author of The Grain Brain is a researcher that studies brain health.
- [19:40] Dr. Mah and the improvements in performance with more sleep.
- [21:47] Develop a template or a mind map in your mind. You will gain more confidence if you create this template in your mind. It will feel like you have already done it. Get your mental reps in.
- [24:07] Concussion. If you are injured, you should be visualizing and taking mental reps. This process will smooth your transition back to a full fitness performance.
- [25:58] Utilizing the visualization process. People underestimate the emotional impact of injury.
- [28:46] The ones who decide to embrace changes are the ones that ultimately will succeed. Are you going to choose to embrace it first and how are you going to adapt.
- [30:49] Celebrating the wins
- [32:45] Are you using the word failure or are you using it as an opportunity to improve
- [36:41] Supporting Berkeley and schools in our local Lehigh Valley area
- [37:32] Final Words
Links and Resources
- Dr. Julie Amato on Twitter
- Dr. Julie Amato on Instagram
- Mind of the Athlete on YouTube
- Mind of the Athlete on Facebook
- Mind of the Athlete on Twitter
- Mind of the Athlete on Instagram
- The Grain Brain
- Thrive | Make Money Matter
Living with passion and purpose. Take care of your emotional health. Be around people that fill you up. Stay away from the drama and the people who bring you down. If life throws something at you that you really feel you cannot handle or are not handling well, get some help. We all need to do that.
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