Monthly Archives: March 2012

Three strategies to stop mind games in your sport.

An athlete recently asked me how to get distracting or hurtful comments made by competitors out of her head so that she could refocus on her racing. That is a great question from the point of view of both you … Continue reading

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Using Peripheral Vision: Skiing faster and feeling like it is slower

Many skiers and racers look directly in front of them rather than in a peripheral manner where they see the front and the sides. Being in a peripheral vision mode has many advantages in sport, especially in skiing and snowboarding, … Continue reading

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Three Steps to Sport Cross-Training Results

How elite athletes target high performance physiology from the get-go Have you ever started off your season where running is just plain not fun and warming up takes forever? Or perhaps this sounds like all of your training runs.  If … Continue reading

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