There are a lot of bad “–ism” out in the world, egotism, nepotism, plagiarism, racism, elitism…the list goes on, but do you know what I think the worst is? It’s the one that kills dreams, destroys progress, and will dismantle your athletic (and even business or personal) career…
by Morgan Bickenbach-Davies When I was a kid, I was always active, always involved in sports. Ever since I can remember, my Mum had me in different activities, club sports, camps or lessons. I’m really thankful that both my parents encouraged me to go out and be active. Having said that, I was always … More Lighting the Way to a Fully-Functional Life
Here is a look at using aerobic decoupling as a measure of aerobic fitness using power instead of pace when running: Enjoy and please leave your questions or comments below.
“Enjoy the Journey” seems to be the mantra of every Instagram “life” coach out there. However, unlike their dubious claims that their essential oils will turn your life around or that their customized IIFYM (If It Fits Your Macros) plan will help you lose 10 lbs, the need to enjoy the journey is actually a … More Going Beyond the Hashtag: #Enjoythejourney (Part 1)
In this episode of the Racing Mindcast, Chris gives you step by step instructions on how to take your game to the next level and raise the BAAR for yourself and your vision. This is the process that we use without own athletes and coaching clients so I hope you enjoy. iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-racing-mindcast/id1160773093?mt=2 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/chris-hague-178121675/ep-8-rainsing-the-baar Rough Transcript: … More Episode 8: Raising the BAAR
by Morgan Bickenbach-Davies In the world of endurance sports, the obsession with eating “perfectly” doesn’t look as abnormal as it might in a crowd of “everyday folks”. The National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders estimates that ~30 million Americans (~10% of the population), have a diagnosed eating disorder (e.g. anorexia and bulimia). Unfortunately, … More Just The Tip of The Iceberg
Like a lot of articles on the web, I could say that there are two types of stress: the good and the bad. The “good type” comes from exercise, math problems, crosswords, roller coasters/thrill rides, etc. Then you have the bad type: lack of sleep, toxins in your system, worrying about work or finances, anxiety, … More The Reality of Stress
In this installment of my webinar series, I do into how athletes can see how well they have recovered from a tough session. Please leave your thoughts below or on YouTube or email and thanks for watching
In this episode of the Racing Mindcast: Chris delves and elaborates more on the past 7 months and his evolution as an athlete. Stream here: Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/chris-hague-178121675/ep-7-when-do-you-know-you-have iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ep-7-when-do-you-know-you-have-a-problem/id1160773093?i=1000389790693&mt=2 Rough Transcript: Welcome to another edition to the racing mindcast the show that helps athletes slow down the mind so that they can race past their limits. I’m … More Episode 7: How do you know you have a problem?
Relax, you are are not going to find seven diet tips that include some MLM product (I learned my lesson from Beachbody–trust me on that one), detox juicing, intermittent fasting, cold therapy hacks, or any other bullsh*t that you can find on the market. Go to some other “coaching” website for that. Nor are you … More How to Lose Weight Fast (10 tips for instant results)!