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Feel Your Way to Better Sports Technique athlete pain free athlete self the pain free athlete training Mar 14, 2013

"Human beings are the only species of life which has the capability of interfering with its own growth. The human being tends to block this natural process by doubting his potential. He believes that if he can't do something right away it's because the potential isn't there."
-Fritz Perls, father...

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10 Secrets to Better Mountain Biking athlete exercise mountain biking mountain biking technique training Jun 28, 2012

 

1. Look where you want to go with soft eyes
The number one mistake beginner mountain bikers make is focusing on the obstacles in the trail. The path of your bike follows your eyes. If you stare intently at the rock, tree, or root odds are you will hit them. Instead, look up the trail and...

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Protein and Exercise - How Much Should You Eat? athlete diet health health goals healthy Jun 06, 2012

Protein seems to be the most misunderstood of the food nutrients. And it is no wonder with the popularity of high protein diets, protein powders, bars, and so on. Since I am not a dietitian I will share some of the sound advice offered by sports nutritionist and author Nancy Clark, MS, RD...

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How to Handle the Pressures of Athletic Competition athlete competition self self-discipline training May 17, 2012

"One of the hardest things to deal with at the international level of competition is the pressure I feel just before it is time to go!" 
- Winter Olympic Gold Medalist

Olympic athletes have the ultimate pressure to perform with an entire country counting on them to excel. Watching the...

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Riding Solo or with the Group, 3 Questions to Consider athlete self self-compassion skill training May 03, 2012

It's Saturday morning, the group ride leaves in an hour - should you join the bunch or go it alone? Ask yourself the following three questions to make the best decision.

1. What type of workout do I want and need today?

Whenever a group of athletes come together to train it inevitably turns...

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Fueling for a Century Ride anti-inflammatory diet athlete cycling diet training Apr 11, 2012

The century ride is when you can cash in on all your bike hours in one long effort. All the training miles you've done, however, won't replace a smart eating plan for the event. A successful 100 mile ride is dependent on maintaining your energy level over the distance.

Carbohydrate - The Star...

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Pedaling Cadence, How Fast Should You Spin? athlete cycling pain free athlete the pain free athlete training Mar 08, 2012

Remember when cyclist Lance Armstrong won the Tour de France – seven times? If so, you might also recall how Lance popularized the fast spin of >90 revolutions per minute (rpm).

What are the advantages of spinning at a high cadence?

Increased blood flow studies have...

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