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Anthropometrics Customize Mechanics: Muscle and Fascia Driven Athletes in Fast-Bowling and Performance Applications: Part I

By Steffan Jones Editor’s Note: Although this is article has directives towards the sporting skill of fast-bowling in cricket, applications are nearly universal.  This gem of writing by Steffan Jones has implications to nearly any athlete and coach from track …

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FLOW, Willpower, and Peak Human Performance

On FLOW, Willpower, and Peak Human Performance. What Lights Athletes Up and Creates the Ultimate Training Response?

Key Points: FLOW is a defining feature of not only competitive sport, but also training processes and life in general Willpower/Grinding and FLOW have a inverse relationship in many ways, but balance is an important consideration, and FLOW itself balances …

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