Monthly Archives: November 2013

Smartcoach and Exentrix again

In between busy consulting with clients, testing, lecturing and presenting, I finally found some time to write. Today was interesting: we went to our National Sports Center Papendal, at the research and development department (Innosport) and the strength and Conditioning … Continue reading

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Biofeedback or opening the black box with EMG and EEG

The athlete’s body is a black box, thousands of chemical, electrical and mechanical processes are going on and we don’t have a clue what we are doing here. Yes, if you train, something changes, the body adapts. But  what, where, … Continue reading

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Meat: the red scare?

This week the world of sports was shocked by the news: soccer superstar Lionel Messi pulled a hamstring and will not be playing for the time being. The suggested cause of his injuries however raised my curiosity: Messi loves red … Continue reading

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Here we go again ……

Spend all week lecturing on different subjects on different levels and for different sports. And it barely matters what the subject is, the same question comes up all the time: is it better to start to be involved in your … Continue reading

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