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It takes 21 days to form a new habit. Bullsh*t.

How long does it take to break an old habit, or form a new one? This is something that fascinates us. Coaches, we’ve come to find out first hand, are communicators, psychologists and behaviour economists as much as they experts in their field. A coach could have an encyclopaedic knowledge

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Goldilocks: More than an innocent-looking criminal

One of the morals of the Goldilocks story (and not just lock your doors so a stranger doesn’t sneak in and eat your food, break your child’s chair and sleep in your bed!), is the idea of things being ‘just right’. If you were asked to race someone over 100m

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Training Age

You wouldn’t expect a 6 year to have the expectations to achieve what a 12 year old can. You wouldn’t expect a 12 year to be able to compete with a 21 year old, at pretty much anything. Now that’s pretty broad and generic, so let’s get a little bit

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Assessing Your Performance

One of the most difficult aspects of training for a sustained period of time is that of self assessment. It’s very easy for your own perspective to be distorted when you are trying deliver an appraisal of your own perfomance. Here are four tips for assessing your own performance and

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