“Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable” Coaches love pointless euphemisms and there might not be a worse one than “get comfortable being uncomfortable.” Not because it’s inaccurate, but because it’s misapplied. We expect athletes to adapt to various stimuli in training and to grit…
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Chasing Clout I’ve seen an alarming trend in strength and conditioning and in coaching more broadly in the last few years: a contingent of coaches…
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What is "Zone 2" anyway?
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Part 1 in a series on the forgotten advantage of aerobic capacity
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“Areas for Improvement” Much has been postulated about motivation in sport and in training settings. This week I posted a question on Twitter about…
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A Shallow Deep Dive
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We don't necessarily want to be comfortable, we just don't want to be uncomfortable
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