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Our newest blog post is up! Join us as we discuss how and when to trust your instincts in the college recruiting process! #achievegreatness   #believeinyourself   #hardworkpaysoff  
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Check out our newest blog post, derived from our two latest Recruiting Coaches Shows featuring Matt Johnson from The George Washington University and Ben Kenyon from the Portland Trail Blazers. Using these two experts, we break down for athletes what to fuel your body with, and when to do it! #RSN #fuelyourbody #eatright #risetothetop   #nutrition  
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Read our latest article on STACK for crucial points to remember during your recruiting process.
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Tune in to the Recruiting Coaches Show podcast Today at 5 PM EST. http://bit.ly/Szi7gd
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Recruiting Tip of the Day!

Beat The Heat in Your Summer Workouts

It is very important to take care of your body and keep yourself hydrated while training. Keep in mind these few tips in staying hydrated during the summer:

Drink water an hour before training - Most athletes start drinking water after they start their activities. Drinking water an hour ahead of training will help increase your energy as well as help store water for the rigors of activity.

Know your body - When your body needs something, it will alarm you. Try to gain an awareness of your body and its hydration levels. A great way to manage your water intake is to weigh yourself when you are hydrated and when you are dehydrated, then compare the difference. That way you can know how much water you need during competition.

Work hard, stay focused, and take care of your body!

From your friends,

The RSN Team

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Recruiting Tip of the Day!

Beat The Heat in Your Summer Workouts

It is very important to take care of your body and keep yourself hydrated while training. Keep in mind these few tips in staying hydrated during the summer:

Drink water an hour before training - Most athletes start drinking water after they start their activities. Drinking water an hour ahead of training will help increase your energy as well as help store water for the rigors of activity.

Know your body - When your body needs something, it will alarm you. Try to gain an awareness of your body and its hydration levels. A great way to manage your water intake is to weigh yourself when you are hydrated and when you are dehydrated, then compare the difference. That way you can know how much water you need during competition.

Work hard, stay focused, and take care of your body!

From your friends,

The RSN Team
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Recruiting Tip of the Day!

What We've Learned From Watching the NBA Finals

Whether you are a Miami Heat or San Antonio Spurs fan, you have to admit that watching two of NBA’s best teams go at it in game 7 was truly entertaining and inspiring.

During his first run in 2011 NBA final, LeBron James was accused of not reaching his full potential. This time he exceeded all expectations by scoring 37 points, 12 rebounds, 4 assists and an amazing jump shot with just less than 30 seconds left in the game, getting his second Finals MVP award and his second NBA Finals Championship. James didn't let his critics get to him and he was victorious.

"It became time," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. "He always rises to the occasion when it matters the most, when the competition is fiercest."

James did all the little things in the series, from going 8-8 from the line in game 7, to hitting the 'nail-n-the-coffin' shot which most considered ended the game last night.

Congratulations to both teams for giving their fans a great game and series to watch this year and congrats to the Miami Heat, 2013 NBA Champions!

Your Friends,

The RSN Team

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Recruiting Tip of the Day!

What We've Learned From Watching the NBA Finals

Whether you are a Miami Heat or San Antonio Spurs fan, you have to admit that watching two of NBA’s best teams go at it in game 7 was truly entertaining and inspiring.

During his first run in 2011 NBA final, LeBron James was accused of not reaching his full potential. This time he exceeded all expectations by scoring 37 points, 12 rebounds, 4 assists and an amazing jump shot with just less than 30 seconds left in the game, getting his second Finals MVP award and his second NBA Finals Championship. James didn't let his critics get to him and he was victorious.

"It became time," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. "He always rises to the occasion when it matters the most, when the competition is fiercest."

James did all the little things in the series, from going 8-8 from the line in game 7, to hitting the 'nail-n-the-coffin' shot which most considered ended the game last night.

Congratulations to both teams for giving their fans a great game and series to watch this year and congrats to the Miami Heat, 2013 NBA Champions!

Your Friends,

The RSN Team
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