Exercise Philosophies

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Eight years of Regionals athletes have taught us a lot about 'known event' Regionals preparation. Here, we break down the step-by-step approach to this vital phase of training and practice.

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So you’ve fallen short in your goals. In your mind, you’ve failed. You feel like the sacrifice and commitment and hard work has been a complete waste. You’re frustrated. You’re feeling like shit. You feel like a failure. What you do next will define your future. But how do you sober up from be 'failure drunk'?

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Although starting is what begins the process of forming habits, it's not stopping that completes this process. And not stopping requires willpower.

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Bad training days happen. Accepting this, and having a few tools to respond, can turn a bad day into a productive experience.

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CrossFitters face one major problem in trying to develop correct strategy and pacing strategies.

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How can we best maximise short term recovery to maintain intensity in multiple bouts of exercise?

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Hosted at Range of Motion, this event is open to all Health and Fitness Professionals, Trainers and Coaches. This is an intensive, information dense learning weekend that will leave you with an enormous depth and breadth of knowledge and hundreds of practical applications in the exercise and fitness field.

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Learn to maximise your performance by maximising your mental skills in this live webinar.

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Injury in sport is perhaps one of the most challenging obstacles for an athlete to overcome. We propose a template using the priciples of Stoic Philosophy to better respond to injury.

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