What are your values?
Does grit predict muscular endurance?
The truth is I’m quite uncomfortable with a lot of mindset stuff currently being hawked around the fitness industry.Read More
Higher power, awe, and 12 step programs
I frequently enhance my obesity support services by encouraging people to participate in 12 step programmes. Most people have heard of AA: in fact, numerous groups dealing with problems are modelled on the 12 step approach.Read More
Is trauma undermining your health?
What is your window of tolerance?
Physical training is a fantastic mechanism for delivering mind training and mindfulness, although I don’t often brag about it.
In this blog we look at Dweck’s Growth Mindset concept and the way in which it relates to Seigal’s “Window of Tolerance” idea.Read More
Psychology, belief, or training development?
Mindset advocates wax lyrical about Roger Bannister who on May 6, 1954, broke the world record for the mile by nearly two seconds, becoming the first man to (officially) run the distance in under four minutes. The previous world record had lasted for nine years. Within 46 days, Australian Jim Landry broke Bannister’s record by a further 1.5 seconds.Read More