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Transition from athlete to coach to athlete, and return from your coaching role as a better athlete than when you entered it.

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You should see every repetition you do as an opportunity for improvement. Every. Single. Rep. Here's why.

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We review the literature to examine the effectiveness of cryotherapy/ice baths for recovery and performance, and suggest methods of best practice.

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It's important to be systemised in your exercise, but it's also important to have fun! We discuss our top six ways to have fun with your MFF training.

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This blog post marks the first in a series of six posts on enhancing performance through training mental skills. This post will act as an introduction to the key concepts, while subsequent posts will cover arousal regulation, imagery, self-confidence, goal setting and concentration.

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Concentration is the ability to focus on what is important, hold that focus over time and have an awareness of the situation in general. This is part of a five part series on Psychological Skills Training, covering the education, acquisition and practice of psychological skills.

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Goal setting is the act of objectively establishing a target to achieve. This is part of a five part series on Psychological Skills Training, covering the education, acquisition and practice of psychological skills.

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Self Confidence is the belief that you can successfully perform a desired behaviour. This is part of a five part series on Psychological Skills Training, covering the education, acquisition and practice of psychological skills.

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Arousal refers to the degree of anxiety and is manifested in both physical and psychological factors. This is part of a five part series on Psychological Skills Training, covering the education, acquisition and practice of psychological skills.

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