CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - March 24, 2016) - More and more young adults are unable to maintain a healthy lifestyle and active social life due to increasing pressures at school, work and home. Practice HORA USA ( will present to young people a new athletic training of dynamic concentration of attention as a method of preventing the decision fatigue, stress, anxiety and reliance on substances as a relief. The HORA-TRACK™ event is to be held @ UIC Inner Circle Room on Saturday, April 23, 2016 @ 6:00 pm.

This year, Practice HORA USA teamed up with UIC Student Men's Soccer Club to promote a healthy lifestyle and to make more students aware of the danger of substance abuse as a way of communication and stress/anxiety release.

The American College Health Association in its 2014 survey reported that:

  • Nearly 1 in 6 college students (14.3%) had been diagnosed with, or treated for, anxiety.
  • Nearly 1 in 5 of students (21.8%) of students said that within the last 12 months, anxiety had affected their academic performance.

As per numerous studies, it is known that substances (caffeine, energy drinks, alcohol, drugs and smoking) change brain make up and its function over time. Teenagers are more likely to experiment with substances as a way out of stress/anxiety and those are more likely to produce addiction.

The study of Motivation in Adolescence, led by R. Andrew Chambers, published in American Journal of Psychiatry cited these facts: 

  • Most adult U.S. smokers begin smoking before age 18, and the onset of daily smoking is uncommon after age 25.
  • Over 40% of adult alcoholics experience alcoholism-related symptoms between ages 15 and 19, and 80% of all cases of alcoholism begin before age 30.
  • The median reported age of initiation of illicit drug use in beginning between ages 15 and 18 and rare initiation after age 20.

For young adults, the training of HORA-TRACK can prevent development of negative habits, anxiety, self-belittlement and dependence on substances as method of release.

"Training of evolutionary trance meditative attention is to train ability to immerse into oneself and at the same time being present in life demanding activities in business. This is where a person is learning to mobilize his/her attention and focus to the maximum for the specific task, but at the same time resides in the correct inner place which does not burn out physically, emotionally. Via HORA-TRACK, the individual trains an evolutionary-meditative mobilization™ and concentration of attention; this is where he/she develops beneficial interconnection between brain, body and nervous system. It removes tension, reduces biological cost of concentration, and builds up psycho-physical endurance and willpower," said Tatiana Fedotova, leader of HORA-TRACK Athletic Interactive Training.

Before this negative lifestyle becomes a way of life, HORA-TRACK training offers an alternative and natural choice that will build self-sufficiency, self-confidence, increase energy, and remove tension. HORA-TRACK is a new type of social meet-up for students and as well as a fun and productive training improving better health lifestyle. No substances are needed to achieve these benefits, thus HORA-TRACK is an anti-exhaustion and anti-substance event.

Training of physical & intellectual endurance
Trance-Evolutionary Meditative Athletic Training

Evolutionary Creation vs. Self-destruction
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Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 @ 6:00 p.m.
UIC Student Center East, 725 S Halsted Rd, Chicago, IL
40th International Young Adult Interactive Event

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About Evolutionary-Meditative Practice HORA
Practice HORA® is based on the evolutionary-meditative teaching and physical practice created by Master HORA (Alexander V. Atayan) in the late 1980s. It is a training method of growing individual life potential, natural health and reversing biological age. Practice HORA presents a unique natural psycho-physical training system where mind and body develop naturally as one. More than 25 training centers worldwide.

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