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Philosophy

The Fear of the Unknown

I remember being afraid of open water. A lot. We would go on a boat with friends. Everybody would jump off and swim. I stay on the boat. Irrational fear. Fear of the unknown. What do we do when are afraid of the unknown? We get to know it. Last year I did a 6-week
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Embracing the struggle

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Imagine for a second. Imagine there was no struggle. Imagine we had no limitations. How would life be? Nothing would be difficult. We would not have to learn because we are all-knowing. We would not have to work, because we already have everything.
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Philosophy

The Ego and Winning

My current topic of interest : EGO and human performance. When I talk to coaches in professional sport, a recurrent theme I get is: "the big EGOs of some players/coaches/doctors are holding our performance back".
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Form Follows Functions

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It is one of the oldest principles of understanding the workings of nature, and its implications are far reaching. SPORTS MEDICINE. When the anatomy is "dysformed" (think bone spurs, cartilage damage, boney impingements (eg.FAI)) we
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The scalability of practicality

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How long is the coastline of California? When you ask Wikipedia the answer is somewhere between 1350km and 5515km long. WHAT? How can it be that the answer has such an incredible variability? I am asking about the length of the coast line and not quantum physics! …….or am I?
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