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Practice makes perfect? Or should we say: Deliberate practice makes perfect?

All of us who are sport lovers are often fascinated by the unbelievable performance display of many world class athletes. Whenever we admire their epic achievements, we ask; how do they perform so well? Usually, the answer that follows is … Continue reading

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How to make a movement screen and specific corrective program

I have to admit, I love it when coaches and professionals who seek to enhance athletes’ performance (and recreational athletes fitness) make their starting point for the creation of training programs at screening and assessing movement functionality. That brings overall … Continue reading

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Introduction to Sport Psychology. Lesson 1: Isn’t this for crazy people?

When we tell people that we are sport psychologist, we often see faces of “that’s interesting”, but they are not completely sure what it is sport psychology and how it really works. It is an understandable reaction since Sport Psychology … Continue reading

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Can someone tell me when is the best time to exercise?

Have you ever heard the term “circadian cycle” and how it influences our life? If you already have started thinking that this “circadian cycle” might be related to planets and stars that influence our signs of the zodiac and horoscopes, … Continue reading

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Train movements, not muscles!

Very often when we go to the gym, we see people doing  plain and boring biceps curls, triceps cable extensions or rowing on the machines. And that’s not even the worst of it; with many people waiting in line to … Continue reading

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