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Parker upbeat about training

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Joseph Parker has trumpeted his two-month Las Vegas training camp as the "best experience" of his career.
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The Benefits of Running and
Exercise on Mental Health - The Sport In Mind

The Benefits of Running and<br/> Exercise on Mental Health - The Sport In Mind | PE Scholarship (Health, Huora etc...) | Scoop.it
The Benefits of Running & Exercise on Mental Health—The Sport In Mind http://t.co/5mYR4P4HMh
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Sorry, but practice alone does not make perfect

We’ve all heard it before (usually accompanied by repeating hours of music scales or sports drills over and over):Practice makes perfect.But your music teachers and sports coaches were wrong – well…

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When The Beautiful Game Turns Ugly

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A journey into the world of Italy's racist soccer thugs. (absolutely brilliant article on sport, race relations, culture and globalisation. Journalism at it's best!
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The Globalisation Disaster.

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By Nathaniel Greene-Globalisation really started with the success of the Roman Empire, although its roots can be traced back through Persian and Ancient Egyptian influences.

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Tony Johnson's curator insight, November 4, 2013 5:13 PM

Globalisation Resource

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Journaling the Journey: Keeping a training log - SportPsychology

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RT @TheSportInMind: Today's Sport Psychology article is by @NicolaJaneHobbs on The Benefits of Keeping a Training Log

Check it out here http://t.co/vRlOqZkvhC

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Mike Margolies's curator insight, May 16, 2013 12:25 PM

One of the things I teach most athletes to do. It doesnt have to be time consuming. You can even use a phone app.

Sharilee Swaity's curator insight, May 22, 2013 12:12 AM

Keeping track of your workouts is very motivating. Journal your way to a better body! . 

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The Meaning(s) of Internationalisation & Globalisation ...

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But what is globalisation? As Bols heard, globalisation goes far beyond geography. A good definition comes from a Guardian book, “Going Global: Key Questions for the 21st Century” by Michael Moynagh and Richard ...
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10 Amazing Examples of Mind Over Matter - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

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While we often think of our bodies and minds as two distinct entities, it turns out they are much more entwined than we might assume.

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, June 5, 2013 7:17 AM

YEAR 12 HPE - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY - not strictly a sport psychology article (athough it - SPORT VISUALISATION - gets a run at No.4)...the mind over matter aspect in other situations provides an interesting read.....

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What Is VO2 Max?

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VO2 max or maximal oxygen uptake is one factor that can determine an athlete’s capacity to perform sustained aerobic efforts. It refers to the maximum amount of oxygen that an athlete can use during maximal or exhaustive exercise.

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Muhammad Ali vs Bruce Lee, who would win? And other sporting questions

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Why do cyclists shave their legs?
In the 1979 comedy Breaking Away, the hero's father is horrified to discover that his son shaves his legs. Fortunately, there is an innocent, heterosexual explana

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How Exercise Affects Your Body (and How to Pick the Right Workout) - HUMAN PERFORMANCE

How Exercise Affects Your Body (and How to Pick the Right Workout) - HUMAN PERFORMANCE | PE Scholarship (Health, Huora etc...) | Scoop.it
We all know that exercise is good for you, but when you understand why, it makes getting off the couch and into the gym a lot easier.

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, May 16, 2013 10:26 PM

YEAR 10/11/12 HPE - RESPONSES TO EXERCISE

 

Excellent read on what, where, when and how it happens....and how to make the what/where/when and how respond even better....

Hannah Chappell-Dick's curator insight, June 13, 2013 10:41 AM

So this was definitely for beginners, so it would be very helpful to someone who doesn't yet know about fast and slow twitch muscle fibers or overloading or who is looking to lose weight. A good reference for introducing the topic!

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healthism: part two and part three | hopefulandfree

healthism: part two and part three | hopefulandfree | PE Scholarship (Health, Huora etc...) | Scoop.it
“Healthism is the idea that a correct lifestyle is the key to avoiding disease and that each individual is personally responsible for his or her health (the environment and other corporate externalities be damned).
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