What are the most important qualities of a mother? What are the benefits of raising a future champion from our child? Unique portrait of the mother through an exciting study.In response to Procter & Gamble (P&G), the Maison Research Center conducted a public research study on "The Golden Fat Mother," which included both mothers who were children and those who didn't. " a campaign that, through the mother of athletes, expresses gratitude, commitment, and dedication to all of the mothers in the world to raise their children. Research was carried out in three countries - Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary - in the autumn of 2013.
All Moms can be Champion Moms!In a study called "The Golden Fat Mother," mothers who participated in the study were asked to list the most descriptive characteristics of the character. Responsibility, honesty, diligence, sensitivity, and punctuality were considered the most important and fundamental ones by the Hungarian response. So both athletic and non-athletic mothers drew the universal mother's portrait together. Based on the results of the study, it can be concluded that any woman may have the ability to raise a young champion.
Consistency, good organizer
Consistency - planning and organizing tasks, scheduling workouts, keeping track of schedule, and keeping track of it.
Consistency, once you've become a daily routine, helps and convinces you, "Yes, you can!"; even if your child is sick of a trainer or is brought back to bed in the morning. This is the most important thing we can do to support their children in the most difficult moments of their careers - we are unanimously chosen by mothers.
Good Organizational Skills - scheduling, organizing events, rethinking tasks instantly.
Without a single organizer, a single slip and a whole plan can collapse. The mother of an athlete should pay attention to every detail, whether it is the daily commitment or the child's feelings. The study reveals that a mother who is actively involved in the preparation process plays a key role in: preparing or taking the child to trainers (16%), taking them out to competitions (27%), comforting (27%) , talks to the child about the sport he is practicing (29%), and helps with his feelings (53%).