Monthly Archives: July 2012

“Citius, Altius, Fortius” and other lessons to be learned from The Olympic Games

The 2012 Summer Olympic Games are about to start. Given the magnitude of the event and all the media attention directed to London right now, this post I guess is neither the first mention nor the needed reminder of The … Continue reading

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Bio-medical methods: the importance of recovery in sports

According to Cuzzolin (2005),  most of the elite basketball teams have anually 72 official matches, 400 trainings, 900 kilometers of running, 280 000 kg lifted in the gym, 50 hours per aircraft, 100 hours spent on the bus and 35 … Continue reading

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No pain, no gain or the world of malicious medication

My athletes have always had an open access to my medicine case and every kind of medications. True, from time to time I catch them ’stealing’ some sports drink powder in order to make their shakes sweeter but I interpret … Continue reading

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