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  • Team member Madison Scott continues her immersive term travels! This time in Barcelona! #studentathlete
  • Team member Madison Scott continues her immersive term travels! This time in Barcelona! #studentathlete
  •  4  0 14 minutes ago

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  • Live with NO DOUBT. ⚔ New blog post, link in bio 👇
  • Live with NO DOUBT. ⚔ New blog post, link in bio 👇
  •  11  1 30 minutes ago

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  • Good Morning Bulldogs!! When you know you are important, you never worry about people acknowledging you, or getting your name and agenda in the right conversations, that will happen anyway. You care about helping others, always thinking how WE can get better. That's a real characteristic of a successful person. Be that! Have a great Dawg day and keep it Maroon!😎 #HeightsHS #hhsfootball #dawglife 🐾 #morethananathlete #thursdayquotes #striveforgreatness 🚀 #studentathlete
  • Good Morning Bulldogs!! When you know you are important, you never worry about people acknowledging you, or getting your name and agenda in the right conversations, that will happen anyway. You care about helping others, always thinking how WE can get better. That's a real characteristic of a successful person. Be that! Have a great Dawg day and keep it Maroon!😎 #HeightsHS #hhsfootball #dawglife🐾 #morethananathlete #thursdayquotes #striveforgreatness🚀 #studentathlete
  •  4  0 59 minutes ago
  • #commitment We practice during midterms because we made a commitment to our coach, our team, and ourselves. DHS Blue Wave squash athletes take to the courts during midterm exams for a well-needed break from studying, and to relieve stress. #WeAreDarien
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    #studentathlete #dariensquash #bluewavepride #darien #squash #juniorsquash #dhs #midterms #exams
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    You’ve no doubt heard about the numerous physical health benefits of regular exercise, but have you ever stopped to think how it could influence your child’s mental performance?

    Aside from providing a well-needed break from marathon revision sessions, when our bodies engage in movement, it triggers the release of various hormones and chemical compounds in the body. These hormones and chemical compounds all have very important effects on various brain functions.

    What is released during exercise, and how it helps:

    Serotonin – involved in regulating sleep cycles and boosting mood.

    Dopamine – positively influences learning and attention span.

    Nor-epinephrine – affects motivation and mental stimulation.

    Coupled with an increased blood flow to the brain, this cocktail of hormones and neurotransmitters improves cognitive function and the ability to focus for longer time periods. Which means higher quality revision sessions and a higher chance of hitting your target results.

    Research also shows that exercise significantly reduces resting levels of the stress hormone, cortisol, allowing you to spend less time worrying and more time getting work done.
    If that wasn’t enough, regular movement has also been shown to result in an increase in the size of the hippo-campus, a part of the brain involved with memory retention . . . . . . . .

    @dhsbluewave @darien_blue_wave_news @darienathleticfoundation @darienconnecticut @bluewavesportsblog @darien_blue_wave_news @dhs_squash @ussquash @fairwestsquash
  • #commitment We practice during midterms because we made a commitment to our coach, our team, and ourselves.  DHS Blue Wave squash athletes take to the courts during midterm exams for a well-needed break from studying, and to relieve stress.  #WeAreDarien
. . . . . .
#studentathlete #dariensquash #bluewavepride #darien #squash #juniorsquash #dhs #midterms #exams
. . . . . . 
You’ve no doubt heard about the numerous physical health benefits of regular exercise, but have you ever stopped to think how it could influence your child’s mental performance?

Aside from providing a well-needed break from marathon revision sessions, when our bodies engage in movement, it triggers the release of various hormones and chemical compounds in the body. These hormones and chemical compounds all have very important effects on various brain functions.

What is released during exercise, and how it helps:

Serotonin – involved in regulating sleep cycles and boosting mood.

Dopamine – positively influences learning and attention span.

Nor-epinephrine – affects motivation and mental stimulation.

Coupled with an increased blood flow to the brain, this cocktail of hormones and neurotransmitters improves cognitive function and the ability to focus for longer time periods. Which means higher quality revision sessions and a higher chance of hitting your target results.

Research also shows that exercise significantly reduces resting levels of the stress hormone, cortisol, allowing you to spend less time worrying and more time getting work done.
If that wasn’t enough, regular movement has also been shown to result in an increase in the size of the hippo-campus, a part of the brain involved with memory retention . . . . . . . .

@dhsbluewave @darien_blue_wave_news @darienathleticfoundation @darienconnecticut @bluewavesportsblog @darien_blue_wave_news @dhs_squash @ussquash @fairwestsquash
  •  5  0 1 hour ago

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  • Words can’t express how excited I am for my son to be attending jwunorthmiami in the fall. The grind of preparing a student athlete is real. Thanks to all the coaches and parents who helped us along the way. #beastmode #studentathlete #chefslife 🔪 #chefrudypoindexter teamknighthoops ty.13___
  • Words can’t express how excited I am for my son to be attending jwunorthmiami in the fall.  The grind of preparing a student athlete is real.  Thanks to all the coaches and parents who helped us along the way. #beastmode #studentathlete #chefslife🔪 #chefrudypoindexter teamknighthoops ty.13___
  •  3  0 1 hour ago
  • Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts." -- Winston S. Churchill
  • Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts." -- Winston S. Churchill
  •  19  1 1 hour ago

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  • The game has and always will be a part of me ⚾️
  • The game has and always will be a part of me ⚾️
  •  18  3 5 hours ago
  • TOP 3 REASONS TO STUDY & PLAY IN AMERICA:
    1️⃣ Learn the discipline of balancing sport & study
    2️⃣ Have potential at working post grad in your field on an OPT visa
    3️⃣ You return home with foreign degree which will stand out to employers against competition
  • TOP 3 REASONS TO STUDY & PLAY IN AMERICA:
1️⃣ Learn the discipline of balancing sport & study
2️⃣ Have potential at working post grad in your field on an OPT visa 
3️⃣ You return home with foreign degree which will stand out to employers against competition
  •  72  2 5 hours ago

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  • The School year is half done, but if you haven’t had your Senior Portraits taken yet, you are in luck! Senior portrait sessions will be 25% off if booked before February 1st!
  • The School year is half done, but if you haven’t had your Senior Portraits taken yet, you are in luck! Senior portrait sessions will be 25% off if booked before February 1st!
  •  38  1 6 hours ago