Improving Athletic Performance

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For competitive functional fitness athletes, competition is a skill. It takes practice. An athlete competing in the sport of fitness needs more than just training. They need to play their sport. Here are seven reasons why.

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The most common exercises programmed as part of Range of Motion's Individualised and Affiliate Programming.

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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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Correct pacing strategies become even more important. Not just because of our knowledge of the energy systems and their role in energy production (and eventually, physical output), but also because our effort impacts our psychology, and our psychology impacts our output. And ultimately, we can increase our performance.

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There's a phenomenon emerging of people excusing their amazing achievements, and it's going viral. Be proud of your achievement - you deserve to be!

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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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Programming for yourself has it's shortfalls, but there's one big thing self-programmers can do to make sure they're maximising training success. 

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Want to improve your life by one percent at a time? Research tells us there's a better way to challenging ourselves to force growth.

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Do you have a PAIN FACE when you exercise? Did you know it might actually be making you hurt more? Learn about why taking the pain off your face might just help squeeze out those extra few reps.

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Much importance is placed on the success of each individual training session an athlete completes. Although the sum of these individual session is important, sometimes the emphasis placed on this 'micro view' of progress can be damaging.

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