Being an athlete is more than just training and competing. It's a lifestyle. Choices you make off the field—what you wear, how you present yourself, how you spend your time, whom you make friends with—help shape your individuality and character. They can also help or hurt your personal and your team's performance. Organizing or participating in team-building events and activities—movies, dinners, video games, listening to music, cross-training—helps forge strong bonds of friendship that can improve a team's chances for success. Learn about the healthy and positive lifestyle choices that elite coaches and athletes most admire.
Latest in Lifestyle
The Internet has been ablaze with reactions to Holly Holm's victory over Ronda Rousey last weekend in the UFC Bantamweight Championship fight—or...
By: Maddy Lucier
To impress a college coach you must undoubtedly have great skill and character. A promising future student athlete must show that they are ready to...
5 Hidden Qualities College Coaches Look For in Athletes.Dylan Spadaccini Let's face it; competing at the college level is one of the greatest...
By: Dylan Spadaccini
Latest Videos in Lifestyle
The STACK Rundown // A Release Date For the Kyrie 2, Dion Waiters Has a Tough Week, and Alex Poythress Gets His Teeth Stuck in the Net
In this week's episode of the STACK Rundown, we report the release date for the Nike Kyrie 2 and have a laugh at Dion Waiters' expense.
The STACK Rundown // The Return of Uncle Drew, Stephen Curry's Ridiculousness and Jimmy Butler's Outlandish Fish Tank
On this week's episode of the STACK Rundown, we take a look at the fourth installment of the Uncle Drew series and get a peek at Jimmy Butler's boombox-shaped fish tank.
Ever wonder what a gaint Justin Bieber would look like? Here you go.
The STACK Rundown // LeBron James Hates Sleeves, Jim Harbaugh's Weird Health Tips, and a Very Expensive Home Run Ball
In this week's episode of the STACK Rundown, we take a look at LeBron James' contempt for sleeves, as well as Jim Harbaugh's very odd health tips.
NFL tight end Travis Kelce sidesteps criticism and defends his patriotic style choice.