I received a lot of great feedback about the books recommendations I have started making in The 10 posts. Honestly, I am going to read a GEN The 10 Woman reading magazinesbook each week whether or not I share them here. I do think it’s fun to announce them publicly so that you can read them, and we can share our thoughts on them. Think about reading them and sending me your comments on Twitter or Facebook!

Book I read this week: The Win Within: Capturing Your Victorious Spirit by Bert R. Mandelbaum, MD. I interviewed Dr. Mandelbaum last week for the book I’m writing. He has worked with top athletes and elite teams and leagues during his career, so he has tremendous perspective on the challenges athletes face when they suffer a serious injury. In this book, he offers insight into ways you can overcome adversity and accomplish big goals, whether or not you are an elite athlete.

Book I’m reading next week: Influence: Science and Practice (5th Edition) by Robert B. Cialdini, Ph. D. Almost everyone who discusses influence mentions Dr. Cialdini, and this book specifically, as a go-to source about the power of persuasion.

Sports Medicine
Will this new treadmill make you enjoy running on one more? New design makes treadmill more like running outdoors by Jeff Grabmeier in Medical News Today

We hear about concussions in the NFL. This article discusses how the NBA and the teams handle concussions: Understanding the NBA Concussion Policy by Jeff Stotts in In Street Clothes

Another reason it might be good to give up sugar, especially this one: Fructose May Increase Cravings for High-Calorie Foods by Nicholas Bakalar in The New York Times

Obesity, heart attacks and more: Sleep or die — growing body of research warns of heart attacks, strokes by Carina Storrs in CNN

Youth Sports
Great explanation of a challenging issue for some young athletes: Exercise-Induced Asthma: A Video Primer for Parents in MomsTeam.comFemale soccer team on bench

Build confidence in your kids: Preparing Young Athletes Mentally for Games by Patrick Cohn in YouthSportsPsychology.com

Social Media and Communication
More great reasons to be active on twitter: 25 Effective Ways to Use Twitter Search for Marketing, Sales and Support by Danny Schreiber in Zapier

All good ones. Have any others to add? 5 Bad Writing Habits to Drop Right Now by Neil Patel in HubSpot

Did you like one of these articles or books? Do you have any others to share? I’d love to hear your thoughts below!

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