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… positively, such as the one from Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt defending his work ethic, but it can be done with the right language and restraint. Make contact with social media pros An athlete should work with his or her management team on establishing a contact at the major social media platforms. Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat all have specific…
… will also provide information on athletes’ daily habits and needs. The panel includes: Gatorade head of innovation and design Xavi Cortadellas Gatorade Sports Science Institute director James Carter Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt Chicago Sky forward Elena Delle Donne Gatorade said in a release that it will work with CoreSyte…
… relatable and forging stronger connections to fans online, athletes can build a more passionate, engaged following. J.J. Watt, the larger-than-life defensive end for the Houston Texans, proved this when he shared a picture of the new car he bought for his mother. It was a gift he said he wanted to give her his whole life in gratitude for all of her…
Success isn't owned. It's leased. And rent is due every single day. If you're not consistently improving your game, someone else is. So, if you want to be the best, you need to work on it every day. That's because someone else will always be trying to take away whatever you have built for yourself.