Results tagged “sports psychology”

The Cure for the Common Rep

You've been going to the gym for what seems like forever. The cute girl at the fitness shake stand knows you by your first name; the lug nut at the main desk doesn't even bother checking your ID anymore; and the jack*ss who spends eight hours a day, every day, in the gym knows by now that you don't want his unsolicited advice on how to properly perform each movement. Yet, in all that time you've never done anything different from the regular old run of the mill repetition. You begin with the weight at the bottom of the range of motion, you lift it as far as you can and then lower back it to the starting position--over and over and over again. Isn't it time for a change?


Specific Training for the Transverse Abdominis: Belt It In

Time to tighten up your built-in belt.


Card Tearing Anyone?

Good fun.


Mixed Combat Conditioning Footage

Time to add a few more cards to that muscled sleeve of yours?


Interview with Dr. Anatoly Bondarchuk

Athlete, coach and sports scientist.


TGIF : weekly round-up (WE Fri 19 Oct 07)

Outdoor training began this week at Straight to the Bar.


The Environmental Impact of Running

Tread lightly.


Thoughts on Climate Change

This post is for Blog Action Day - find out what the day's all about. We'll wait right here for you. The writers here at Straight to the Bar have their own opinions on climate change (several are listed below)....


7 Steps to Getting Rid of your Household Waste

I want to get rid of x - where does it go?


Blog Action Day

Get ready for an interesting ride.


29 Things to do with a Barbell in the Corner

Time to get creative.


Feeling Tense? Try a Spot of Meditation

There are very real benefits in overall health.


Sword Fighting International

Looks like fun.


The Fixed Gear Purist Cult Mentality Thing

Very interesting phenomenon.


Optimal Focus for Racing

Although it focuses on competitive cycling, much of it applies to a range of sports.


The Science of Winning

Print it out, carry it around with you, and read it several times.


The Five Pillars Of Kettlebell Training

A great read.


Pitching Clips

The next time you find yourself watching baseball and discussing pitching mechanics, head over to Pitching Clips. There's some great stuff on there.


Mario McKenna Sensei on The Applied Karate Show

Great interview.


Mark's Daily Apple

Combining my health, fitness and environmental interests - Mark's Daily Apple. Superb....


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