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MAY DAY. Ráno zavřeno / Morning will be closed, odpoledne / afternoon 14.00 – 21.00

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CrossFit Praha v číslech / in numbers


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Prosíme o víkendový úklid. Díky moc. / Can you, please take it all home for the weekend. Thank you!

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Barflies United pořádá tuto sobotu ( zápis v tělo )

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Debunking the paleo diet: Christina Warinner at TEDxOU

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Europian Regionals 2013: Volunteer

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Europe Regional
May 17 – 19, 2013
Ballerup Super Areana
Denmark

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více se dočtete zde / read more here

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The Future of Nutrition and Body Transformation


“Here’s the reality most fitness pros don’t want to face. We don’t work with physiological machines. Instead we work with human people. People whose limiting factors almost always extend beyond physiology into the psychological realm. So it’s only when we start paying close attention to change psychology that we’re able to make a really meaningful difference in someone’s life.
Now, a review of the field of change psychology goes beyond the scope of this article. However, to learn more about the field, I recommend the following 6 books, which have been instrumental in the development of my personal thoughts, and in the development of our coaching programs.”
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CrossFit Praha & Open 2013


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CrossFit Games Update: April 9, 2013

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From Peak Performance “Sports psychology: stress management in sport”

Athletics coaches are constantly experimenting on their athletes, whether consciously or not, by seeing how much training they can take. Up to a certain level the athlete improves in performance, to a measurable extent, but there eventually comes a point when the training is too much. The athlete becomes more and more tired and eventually breaks down. This breakdown is often seen in the form of listlessness, loss of appetite, poor sleep pattern, accompanied by a susceptibility to infections. Conversely, the athlete who has the right training load seems full of energy and is hardly ever ill.

Stress Stress is non-specific

To understand the reasons behind this one must go back to Dr Hans Selye, the Canadian who pioneered the investigation of stress in a holistic way. His book, ‘Stress Without Distress’ (published by J. H. Lippincott, New York, 1974) had a great effect on my approach to training. His concept is simple and yet all-embracing – that stress is non-specific.

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