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// Tag: Cognition

Food For Thought – Sports Psychology and Nutrition

Posted 3 years ago Niklas Cederström 4 minute read comments

We all know that nutrition helps the body complete the tasks we set for it, but does it also influence cognitive and psychological systems? […]

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Keeping up with the Ketones!

Posted 3 years ago Aine Brislane 3 minute read comments

In achieving optimal body composition for either aesthetic and/or performance purposes, we often cut calories and more specifically alter quantities of particular food groups […]

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Hydration and cognition: Drinking to stay alert

Posted 4 years ago Ben Sheath 2 minute read comments

Athlete preparation is a hugely diverse area with many different factors contributing to producing the best possible performance on any given occasion. It is […]

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Cognition and hydration in warmer climates

Posted 4 years ago Dannielle Starkie 2 minute read comments

The human body constitutes approximately 60% water which is a key component of every cell contained within it. Hydration is key to keeping performance […]

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Embodied cognition: Matter over mind

Posted 4 years ago Jack Marlow 2 minute read comment

If you were to ask a golfer coming off the 18th green following their best round of golf how they perceived the course, they […]

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