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i!i t I ill I!il00 :o I1 FRIDAY, APRIL 11 - MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2014 PORTS & OUTDOORS II : Cape Gazette L ,! Teammates of Maddie Smith rush to congratulate her on a goal. " DAN COOK PHOTOS CAPE MIDFIELDER MAI)ELINE SMITH shoots around Woodbridge's Arynn Jones and scores in the Vikings' 3-1 win over the BlueRaiders. Cape soccer outlasts Woodbridge 3-1 The Cape girls' soccer squad used three second-half goals to defeat a scrappy BlueRaiders tan 3.1at Champi0ng Stadium Tuesday, April 8. ,.After a tough back-and-forth first half, Maddie Smith started the scoring as she beat her de- fender and put the bali into the cage at 58 minutes. Cassandra Garcia took a pass from Smith and beat the BlueRaiders goal- keeper at 61:26, and the final tally was delivered from Garcia at 71:30 from a helper by Sydney Smyk. The Vikings outshot the BlueRaiders 18-4, with Cape's goalie Olivia Barrato making three saves, while Woodbridge's Emily-Lynn Adams stopped 15 Vikings tries. .... :In late action, the Cape girls traveled to Indian River Wednes- Cape defender Shantel Hazzard clears the ball. day night, April 9, and lost to the Indians 5-0. The Vikings were limited to 2 shots on goal. Brooke Beam lit it up for the Indians, scoring 3 goals to go along with one assist. Aline Guz- man and Madison Hogsten also scored for the Indians. Amanda Atkinson blocks a Wood- Senior Sydney Smyk movesthe balli bridge clear attempt, the Cape offensive zone. Sophomore Cassandra Garcia boots in the Vikings' second goal of the game What are the mental benefits of exercise? Q: I have been working out for the majority of my life, and I can honestly say that I have never en bored with the physical callenges of staying in shape. However, I'm surprised at how many people view working out l purely physical and fail to realize the benefits it can have on the mind. I firmly believe that working out has a therapeutic effect that has a great positive effect on my state of mind. I was wondering if you could explain your thoughts on this issue. Everybody knows lifting weights will give you bulging biceps, but few people know the positive effects it has on your state of mind. As an avid weightlifter, I too have ben- efited greatly from working out, and I believe that the psycho- logical effects are just as great as the physical. Here are just a few reasons why I feel this way. Relieves stress Have you ever had one of those day when you feel like you might just snap? Well, a trip to the gym could be just what the doctor ordered to help you relax and be your pleasantself again. Studies prove that work- ing out regularly increases the release of serotonin, a chemi- cal responsible for lifting your spirits and allowing you to get rid of stress like water rolling offa duck's back. So if you fred yourself in a stressful situation, take some time to do something physical, and relief may come quicker than you think. Increases energy levels Ask any runner why they spend so much time pound- ing the local roads, and they'll probably tell you the, do it for the runner's high they get from working hard. This is because frequent exercise causes the release of chemicals called endorphins that provide a natural feeling of euphoria and pain relief. This,can give you a natural high comparable to us- ing prescription drugs without the negative side effects. Improves sleeping patterns If sleeping is a problem, weight training can be the an- swer, because it helps balance levels of dopamine - a chemical in the body that helps regulate sleep, allowing you to get good shut-eye on a consistent basis, In addition, working hard at the gym after a long day's work can be exhausting and will have you snoozing in no time fiat instead of tossing and turning. Improves self-confidence If you like what you see when you look in the mirror, you will be more confident in every aspect of your life and will carry yourself differently than if you were insecure about your appearance. People who work out tend to be more confident at work, at home and in social situations because they are more comfortable in their own skin. They also understand tha hard work can achieve results even when it doesn't come eas and are less likely to give up oi their goals. In fact, it has been said that i exercise were a drug, it would be one of the most powerful medications on earth, and the best part about it is it's free of charge. However, I must caution you to proceed slowly because working out, getting shape and feeling good about yourself can be highly addicti Chris Antonio is a personal trainer former world-class weightlifter. He trained a wide variety of clients rang from All-American athletes to the aver person trying to get into shape. Email Cl at Askthetrainer@antoniostraining.com check out AntoniosTraining.com for trair tips, news and inspirational stories.