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Mar – Apr 2024

Pg 6-7 Telomeres could be the answer to living longer

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  5. Valdes et al (2005), Obesity, cigarette smoking and telomere length in women, Lancet, 366:

    Pg 8-11 Resilient as fudge: The sweet recipe of mindset, skillset, and toolset for
    fitness professionals

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    10. Fletcher D, Sarkar M (2016), A grounded theory of psychological resilience in Olympic champions,
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      stressful life events, Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 18(4): 344-353.
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    13. Deep G (2023), The power of resilience and flexibility in business leadership: Adapting to change,
      Magna Scientia Advanced Research and Reviews, 09(02): 086-091.
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    Pg 12-15 All about protein

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    5. Weiler M et al (2012), Is it time to reconsider the US recommendations for dietary protein
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      acids: A critique of the 2007 WHO/FAO/UNU report, J Sport Nut Exerc Metab., 17 Suppl: S58-
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      adults: A critical narrative review of the scientific evidence, Nutr Res Rev., 36(1): 69-85.
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    Pg 20-22 Let’s take this outside – Bootcamp training and car tyres

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    Pg 24-26 The Client Experience

    1. 1.  Trout J, To occupy a space in the clients’ mind, beyond the primacy of the product – Differentiate
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    3. Csikszentmihalyi M, FLOW State – Flow.

    Pg 32-35 The Science of Movement Correction

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