First of all, may I congratulate and thank Brendan (and all the quality speakers) on another great online strength and conditioning conference – Meeting of the Minds 2015. I tuned in last year and it really is an innovative idea that seems to work very well. For those that didn’t catch it all, I’ve included
Emotional eating is a tricky topic. Whenever I talk to the people about the sort of work that I do and mention emotional eating, people will readily identify with this aspect. ‘Yeah, I definitely think I do that, is that bad?’ The fact is, we are all emotional eaters to some extent or another. We know that eating
Eating Disorders in Sports Prevalence rates of Eating Disorders in Sports are not necessarily higher than in the general population. Sport participants are still however at higher risk of developing Eating Disorders than the general population. There is no single cause to an Eating Disorder Subclinical and Partial diagnoses of Eating Disorders in Sport are high!
The Injured Triathlete So I was recently asked on twitter by a triathlete for some hints and tips recovering from a severe injury picked up in base training. He wanted to know what he might be able to do both physically and psychologically to improve his situation. The injured triathlete has competitive aspirations over middle
SPORT PSYCHOLOGY & STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING FOR TRIATHLON: INTEGRATING MIND AND BODY FOR A FASTER SWIM, BIKE, RUN Having given a talk at the London Triathlon Show Tri Experts Theatre on Thursday, I couldn’t think of a good reason not to share my thoughts in blog format for those that couldn’t make it in person.