Monthly Archives: January 2015

Bookbinding.

Because our work life is boring enough, with a few friends we do a small project on a regular basis. If it was only to get to know people who are at least as passionate, obsessed or crazy about their … Continue reading

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Eccentrics

Last week my old friend Marco Pozzo was here to give a demonstration at one of the best physiotherapy clinics in Holland. He demonstrated one of my favorite toys in working with athletes, the Exentrix in its brand new and … Continue reading

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No religious experience.

Because working in sports for 30 years leaves very little time for cultural sidesteps, two years ago, a colleague of mine and myself decided to treat ourselves with a Museum card which gives you free entrance to the many museums … Continue reading

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Questionable questionnaires: the tool of the fool.

I bet you have filled out questionnaires like we all had to do at one time: a paper form (or a digital one) with questions, yes/no, multiple choice or open questions, to be answered by you for other people to … Continue reading

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