Keep tabs on your “Stress Bucket” so it doesn’t overflow. Your stress bucket includes items such as work, training, relationships, etc. Aim at keeping some margin in your daily life. A stress bucket that is consistently overflowing will negatively affect your performance and life in general. On the other hand, a stress bucket that is managed well can lead to improved performance and a healthy life balance.

About Charlie Boeyink

Growing up with several family members in healthcare Charlie witnessed what good care is. Some of Charlie's career highlights include: • Graduated summa cum laude from Southwest Minnesota State with a BA in Chemistry and went on to complete his Masters in Physical Therapy (MPT) from the University of Iowa…a perennial Top 5 Physical Therapy Program in the US • Practiced in Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy for over 16 years • Currently an adjunct faculty member of Franklin Pierce University’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program • Earned a Board Certification in Orthopedic Physical Therapy (OCS), separating himself in providing specialized care for orthopedic diagnoses • Completed hundreds of hours of continuing education on manual therapy and therapeutic exercise. • Has advanced training and experience in running/triathlon injury management and bio-mechanical run analysis. • Is a Certified Wellness Coach (CWC) from the highly regarded Catalyst Coaching Institute in Denver, CO • Has been fortunate to have worked with several local competitive runners and triathletes • Currently participates and coaches in triathlon and has been able to receive recognition as a top triathlete in his age division • He lives with his wife Sheri in Peoria, Arizona and enjoys running, triathlon, music and serving at his church

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