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How to scientifically explain good days and bad days in sports?

This article discusses the scientific basis for why athletes may experience good days and bad days in their sports performance. It explains that there can be a variety of factors at play, including physical, mental, and environmental influences. It further explains that research has identified certain physiological markers that can indicate when a person is having a good or bad day, such as heart rate, skin temperature, and cortisol levels. Furthermore, the article suggests strategies to help athletes plan for and manage their good and bad days, such as eating a balanced diet, getting enough sleep, and utilizing visualization techniques. Finally, the article encourages athletes to use their good and bad days as learning experiences and to embrace the challenge of improving their performance.