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12 best sports motivation videos of all time

April 20, 2015 - Posted by
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Great results and progress are obviously the best motivators there are, but when the going gets tough, you may look for some help from the outside. Passionate coaches, athletes and club managers all look to the emotions and rewarding experiences sports can give. From amazing club success stories to great team talks and personal growth, here’s the best pick of sports motivation videos for everyone.

What Makes Sports Coaches Confident?

December 5, 2012 - Posted by

Sports coaches work hard to make their athletes feel confident and efficient. But what about themselves? In this posting we zoom in on specific competences that determine the self-confidence of sports coaches. It is based on a recently published study of handball coaches*.

Types of Endurance Training Explained

September 17, 2012 - Posted by

What are the different types of endurance training? What are the benefits of different endurance training types? How long and at what intensities should the training intervals be done? This post gives an overview of these topics to provide you with tools for mastering your own endurance training system specific to your sports and your individual case.

Types of Strength Training Explained

August 31, 2012 - Posted by

Strength training is an inevitable part of almost every sport discipline and most of us have visited a gym. However, there is still a lot of confusion about it and not everyone understands the real rainbow of the types of strength training. As we have all of these listed in Sportlyzer’s choice of activities, we thought it might be useful to provide a short description of the best-known types of strength training.

How to make a realistic New Year’s fitness resolution

December 29, 2011 - Posted by

Millions of people make the same New Year’s resolutions every year. Getting fit, losing weight, and eating healthy are always among the Top 10 of these promises. Sounds nice but sadly only 12% of these millions actually reach their goals.* The aim of this post is to help you make a New Year’s fitness resolution that will actually stick.

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