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The art of deep practice in the pool.

The art of deep practice in the pool.

Deep practice, a term coined by coach Daniel Coyle in his New York Times bestselling book The Talent Code, is an integral part of our coaching process. Deep practice involves specific, targeted creation of myelin in a way that optimizes each movement and memory we...
Coaching Method: Crawl, walk, run.

Coaching Method: Crawl, walk, run.

We’ve all heard of the crawl, walk, run concept of teaching new skills, whether it be in sport or elsewhere. At the core, the crawl to walk developmental sequence involves patterned neural activity, perception, cognition, and social interaction that has...
4 Lessons Successful Athletes Can Teach Us

4 Lessons Successful Athletes Can Teach Us

What lessons can we learn from the most successful athletes? It’s easy to look at the best in the world and think we could never compare. But the truth is, while we may not have the hand-eye coordination necessary to hit a baseball flying at close to 100 miles per...
Policy, Protein, and Faulty Recommendations

Policy, Protein, and Faulty Recommendations

The New York Times has a vested interest in maintaining the narrative – not just in politics and popular culture, but in the current medical dogma as well. The Received Wisdom must be defended, even if it’s plainly wrong. The latest wrong thing: the poisonous nature...
Does It Pay To Be A Morning Person?

Does It Pay To Be A Morning Person?

Does it really pay to be a morning person? Everyone is born with a specific, unique chronotype (the biological trait that helps determine our wake time preference), and it’s mostly determined by genetic factors. (The science behind the chronotype started way back in...
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