Rugby: How the All Blacks Stopped Being Chokers

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January 29, 2018

Rugby: How the All Blacks stopped being chokers

The All Blacks have gone from first-class chokers to world domination. And their “brain biologists” can take a lot of the credit. If the All Blacks have indeed become the most dominant side in history in the past decade, their journey there has been greatly aided by their zealous devotion to improving their mental skills.

Why Nike, Anta Are Using Proprietary Foam For Running Shoes

Runners have a couple of new running shoes to consider, and it comes down to the foam. Nike has announced the creation of its Epic React Flyknit sneaker that incorporates its new Nike React foam, designed to provide top-notch cushioning, impact reduction, energy return and a lightweight feel.

GOLFTEC Uses Biomechanical Data To Help Golfers Improve Their Swing

If you’ve ever tried to improve your golf swing, you know it can be a frustrating, often fruitless endeavor. Square your shoulders. Use your hips. Follow through. Those frequently parroted guidelines can seem impossible to master, especially since many golf instructors have conflicting ideas about what they actually mean.

Science and Application of High Intensity Interval Training – The book

A preview to: The Science and Application of High Intensity Interval Training Release date: towards the end of 2018 Most of us have heard of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) – that so called time efficient training strategy we should use to improve our cardiorespiratory and metabolic health and performance.

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