Improving Athletic Performance

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The benefit of your training lies not in the result you get, but in the effort it took to get there. Effort, not result determines improvement.

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Are you making one of these mobility mistakes? Learn what you can change to create more efficient and effective pre- and post- exercise routine practices.

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You're competing in a CrossFit competition. Multiple events over the space of a day. How can you best fuel your body to maximise performance?

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Flocks of CrossFit athletes around the world follow the masses into whatever program bias is in vogue. There is simply too much individual athlete variance for blanket programming to work.

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We measure reps by startpoint and endpoint. What if we had a series of criteria that must be met between these points for reps to count? Criteria that encouraged efficient, safe and powerful movement. Let's start rewarding movement quality, not movement completion. Start handing out a couple of technique based 'no reps' and watch how fast people respond.

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Long term successful training and performance improvement can be nullified by poor preparation in the days leading up to a major competition. Here, we discuss training, recovery, movement preparation, nutrition and mental preparation from seven days out.

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We train hard. Our recovery needs to match this intensity. We cover the best ways to recover to train hard again.

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Soft tissue injury recovery often rushed. How long does it really take to get strength back to 100%?

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We discuss the importance of ankle dorsi-flexion, specifically in Olympic Lifting. We explore the physiology and biomechanics resulting from immobility and suggest methods for improvement. 

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