Since then, she’s embraced an unwavering gratitude for each injury-free day that keeps her mindset sunny and positive, which brings about positive results. “At the end of the day, you can achieve whatever you want in life,” Peterson wrote on her website ahead of the 2017 season, her grand return to full-time competition. “I have realized that the people who are the most successful are the ones who don’t complain and don’t let bumps in the road stop them.
Also on the Salty Coconut, Lakey breaks down the perfect 30-minute exercise routine for people who travel a lot and five simple tips to prep for any sporting competition. “I think it’s pretty simple: eat good quality food — organic, locally sourced — and have it well-balanced on your plate.
Choosing the hearty route, Lakey fuels her body for action the night before and the morning of her heats with that ideal balance of beneficial fats, protein, and carbs. “The night before I generally have salmon, brussels sprouts, and a sweet potato.
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