Are you Roger Federer or Bernard Tomic?

There was an interesting contrast in attitudes to the role of coaching in today’s Australian Newspaper. Roger Federer’s perspective: “There’s always a different angle or something else you can work on that maybe you tend to forget. So many things keep changing. The game keeps evolving. So I think it’s important to keep an open […]

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A Summer of Beautiful Movement

It has been an Australian summer of sport characterised by the consistent thread of the value of quality movement. It was great to see the majestic fluidity of Roger Federer back on centre court at the Australian Open. In his post-match interview after defeating Jo-Wilfred Tsonga he highlighted how much better he is feeling moving […]

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Resolve to Evolve

Off the coast of Croatia exist two Islets name Pod Kopiste and Pod Mrcaru. In 1971 a group of researchers transported 5 pairs of Podarcic sicula lizards from Pod Kopiste to Pod Mrcaru where at the time, the species did not populate. Some 35 years later, a second group of researchers travelled to Pod Mrcaru […]

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Learn to Run Part 7: So what’s with all this barefoot hype?!

If you have even the slightest passing interest in running, you would have read something about barefoot running recently. It is very topical at present. Media exposure has been given largely to those who fall in one of two categories; those who advocate barefoot running and those that oppose it. I believe the biggest issue […]

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