29 episodes

How complexity impacts sport, fitness... and life.

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How complexity impacts sport, fitness... and life.

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    FERRAN ADRIÀ | Unlabelable

    FERRAN ADRIÀ | Unlabelable

    Ferran Adrià is one of the 100 most influential people in the world. He was the chef at elBulli, 5 times chosen best restaurant in the world. In sporting terms, it is as if Barça had won 10 Champions Leagues in a row and he was the head coach. We met one evening to talk about it at a hotel in Barcelona... the rest is history. It is in Spanish. If you prefer the English version, you can watch the YouTube video of the episode.
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    • 1 hr 25 min
    Why call it iatrogenics if we can call it “technique training”? [2nd edition]

    Why call it iatrogenics if we can call it “technique training”? [2nd edition]

    An unpopular opinion about “technique” in sport
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    • 22 min
    CRAIG MORRIS | Prepared, not planned

    CRAIG MORRIS | Prepared, not planned

    Abraham Maslow said that “if the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail”. As coaches, we unconsciously carry a toolbox made up of our favorite ones that condition how we perceive and act in the reality we find ourselves in. As a result, we do not observe reality, but a biased image of it conditioned by what we want to see. Craig Morris beat the game and chose not to see reality based on his toolbox. He realized that, often, “the more you know, the less you see”, he threw away his toolbox and embraced an ethos of not-knowing to be open to what he found, not to what he was looking for. Craig is Olympic Canoe Slalom Coach for British Canoeing and at Fosbury Flop he tells us how his journey has been.
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    • 1 hr 9 min
    Hotel Fosbury Flop

    Hotel Fosbury Flop

    Lost in the search for the perfect design
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    • 16 min
    ÀLEX TERÉS | Thank you for doubting

    ÀLEX TERÉS | Thank you for doubting

    Oscar Tusquets explains that when he was very young he learned that, when faced with a question for which they did not have a clear answer, only good teachers responded: "Well, I have to admit that I don't know.” The bad ones never recognized it. Àlex Terés has been linked to basketball in multiple ways: as a coach of Catalan teams, of the American G-League, of lower categories in clubs such as FC Barcelona (for which he is now responsible of the youths teams) or individual technique coach. I assumed that someone who has lived so much basketball, in so many different contexts, would give me some certainties, but I have only seen doubts and caution. I guess I must have talked to a good teacher. In a society where doubt is more necessary than ever but seems to weaken... thanks for doubting, Àlex. You can listen the conversation in Catalan; if you want the English version, you know you can find it in the YouTube video of the episode.
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    • 1 hr 8 min
    Teaching to learn

    Teaching to learn

    How to make your players learn because —not in spite— of you
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    • 23 min

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