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Xavier Barbier
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Lorena Torres 16 mai
Charging batteries in : Opportunities to re-charge batteries - are we doing it right? Is this the correct approach? We control what we can control when the players are with us, but when they are not? How can we facilitate recharging during that time? EDUCATION !!
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Ville Törmälä 13 mai
My summary of the presentation by : Response/adaptation to training is more important than just "training". Optimise the response, not only the doze. More is not always better.
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Neuroscience News 15 mai
Chronic insomnia and memory problems: A direct link is established Further research in this area will aim to better characterize this relationship between poor sleep and cognitive problems.
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Xavier Barbier 16 mai
Inscription faite pour Sciences et Rugby #2 de la ! En espérant vous y voir également !
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Xavier Barbier 15 mai
as the batman author of this article ? 🤔
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Rob Pacey 15 mai
One of the best articles I have read in a long time! It has already made me question why I do certain things, especially when it comes to social media. Am I an ‘approval whore’? 🤔😢 Great work as always
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Adam Ringler 14 mai
Maybe a good read for us in the Strength & conditioning industry. “I took Yale's most popular class ever—and it changed how I spend money” 🤑
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Michael Butcher 14 mai
This should be required reading for any coach in any sport. Thanks - excellent article
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Xavier Barbier 14 mai
The paradox of “invisible” monitoring: The less you do, the more you do!
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Vala Afshar 8 mai
What happens when we sleep?
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Xavier Barbier 13 mai
VIDEO. Un judoka fait tomber son téléphone en plein combat, l'arbitre le disqualifie
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Xavier Barbier 13 mai
10 ans que je tiens le même propos. 👏👏👏
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Asker Jeukendrup 13 mai
Studies in a heat chamber almost 100 years ago. From a study in 1922.
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ᴍᴀʀᴛɪɴ ʙᴜᴄʜʜᴇɪᴛ 11 mai
Cant’ agree more - another great post by 👍Training Ground Guru | David Slemen: Why top clubs need a Director of High Performance
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ESPN 13 mai
Just take a minute to look at all the faces in the crowd. Unbelievable.
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SportsCenter 13 mai
"Marc has a lot of class." on
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K-LYF 11 mai
Avis à tous les kinés et préparateurs physiques fans de basket: je vous offre mon invitation pour le match ce soir à 19h finale de coupe de france vs On à tant à partager chez K-LYF... contactez en MP
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Xavier Barbier 10 mai
Oui, MAIS, frappes tentées/réussies sont en indicateurs de performance #1 ou #2 pour toutes les catégories de poids à l'UFC.
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Xavier Barbier 9 mai
Avoir une approche scientifique de l'entrainement n'est être détaché du terrain : - observations - Etat de la question & hypothèses - test & application - analyse des résultats, conclusions, mise en pratique ...et on recommence.
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