green bay packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has had an interesting journey over the past few years.
because he refused to give him the COVID-19 vaccine Use of ayahuascaRogers revealed to be a slightly different thinker, not interested in going along with the usual narrative.
But recently Men’s Health interviewRogers revealed a passion for things that border on being too ordinary and boring.
to wash the dishes.
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Rodgers revealed that the simple chore of washing the dishes helped him meditate.
“This is one of my favorite activities in the world,” Rogers tells Men’s Health. “I think meditation can be distorted at times, like you have to go into a sort of trance to get started. almostI feel like I can enter a meditative space while cooking. You can also get it while sitting on your sunroom couch, without your phone on, just with your eyes closed and the instrumental soundtrack playing.
“Then you can practice Transcendental Meditation, which is how to keep your mind calm and not racing. It’s natural to have over 50,000 different thoughts running through your head on a daily basis. But how can I learn to keep it a little quieter and settle into my peaceful, restful days so I can be a little less stressed, more present, and a little more available to my teammates? ?”
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Controversy has swirled around Rodgers the past few seasons, but he’s still finding great ways on the football field, winning back-to-back MVPs in 2020 and 2021.
But the 2022 season was different Rogers and PackersThey lost five straight games after starting a 3-1 year as the offense attempted to consolidate a new batch of wide receivers.
With Green Bay’s mediocre offense, Rodgers himself has had ups and downs, throwing 10 interceptions, his best since the 2010 season.
However, two consecutive wins are kept Green Bay playoff hopes live They sit 6-8 with three games left on the schedule.
Green Bay’s final three games will go head-to-head with both teams in playoff races.
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The Miami Dolphins are next, with an 8-6 record tied with the LA Chargers for the final playoff spot in the AFC.
According to ESPN, when asked about running the table on Monday, Rodgers replied, “Well, it’s three now.” See, before Bears Week, I knew there was going to be a farewell afterward, sometimes we peek in front, win five, and then a lot of things go well.
“So we got two wins. Pretty much everything we needed to do went our way. Pretty much, right? So things are going up.”
The Packers need help with a win to avoid missing the playoffs for the first time since 2018.