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Category: athletic performance

The Importance of Knowing your Clients’ Motivations. Part 2 of 2.

By Andrew Telfer International Educator for upcoming NSCA Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist Course We finished part one’s article by introducing the concept of internal and external motivation in clients.  We discussed how some people are motivated by external (extrinsic) factors like fame, parental expectations or money while others are motivated by internal (intrinsic) factors…

Lessons I Have Learned From Physiology and How They Can Make You a Faster Runner

About the Author “Jason Karp, PhD, is the owner of Run- Fit, LLC, 2011 IDEA Personal Trainer of the Year, and creator of the Run-Fit Specialist Certification running at Fit Singapore on 5th September 2017″ He has more than 200 published articles in international running, coaching, and fitness magazines, is the author of six books, including…

Get a grip!

Chris Mallac, Tarek Taz Chouja and Nathan Quinn discuss the fundamental concepts of grip strength training and the benefits of improving grip strength – both for improving athletic performance and also developing proximal shoulder strength In the context of athletic performance, grip strength is a fundamental prerequisite in many sports that require aggressive ‘crushing grip’…

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