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Easier said than done. Many athletes be they amateurs or professionals struggle with body perception and try to compensate this...
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Siri Lindley at the Challenge Roth, 2014 Are injuries and other health issues the toll you pay for your success?...
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At Challenge Roth, 2014 Believe in you and don’t accept limits and you can reach the unthinkable. Siri is definitely...
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Challenge Roth, 2014 Weight control is a very critical topic among elite athlete and anorexia not rare phenomenon. Bek is...
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Stress is a transitional state on the edge where border physiology and pathophysiology turns into a fuzzy line, in other...
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What is happening, what is going wrong? A short reflection on stress from a biological point of view. Influences on...
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How do we assess our bodily condition? How do we find out whether we are on the edge but safe...
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The training can be seen as a process of regular stimuli patterns applied to the body. This is at least...
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