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 Post subject: Training the Brain PtII
PostPosted: Mon Feb 17, 2014 12:04 am 
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Another interesting article about the effect of mental fatigue on endurance exercise:- http://m.runnersworld.com/sports-psycho ... -race-pace

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 21, 2014 5:58 pm 
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Not getting a lot of action in this thread Tapeworm, not sure why.

I just want to say thanks for posting this stuff because, I, for one, find it fascinating!

If you come across any data regarding specific brainwave patterns associated with top athletic performance, please let me know. I am particularly interested in the patterns made by high performers compared to the general populace, preferably while actually competing instead of baseline levels, although that info would be welcome too.


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^ I know, I find it very interesting, especially for coaching purposes (myself and others).

Here's another article on the matter:- http://m.theglobeandmail.com/life/healt ... ice=mobile

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Thanks, great read (the previous one, too)

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Very interesting reads. I tend to meditate after cycling, eating, and stretching because it's easy to use that as my trigger for the habit. I never expected my meditation could benefit from the exercise (although I often refer to base miles as meditative periods).


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