G4 Athlete

2 April 2014
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Mental Edge
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Keep Calm and Move On

Keep Calm and Move On Calming your mind during competition or intense stress seems to be a popular theory. There have been many instances in popular culture depicting this idea. All exterior noise falls into the background. Perhaps some sort of symphony comes to the foreground. A serene look on an athlete’s face. In the […]


22 January 2014
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Functional Fitness
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Practice — Early Morning vs. Sleeping In

Practice — early morning vs sleeping in It’s a unique experience, switching off the alarm with the sunrise hours away, getting out in the crisp morning air, and practicing consistently. Even if you practice consistently, there’s something about waking up that provides a sense of discipline and accomplishment. You’re in control and you’re getting stuff […]


17 December 2013
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Mental Edge
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Psychological Skill Training

Psychological Skill Training Perhaps it’s happened to you. The result of a bad tackle. A leg giving out on a plant foot. A big injury and a long recovery. While you certainly have physical pain, the emotional distress from letting down teammates and needing to begin the long road back to full recovery might feel […]