In this episode I have Frank Taeger on the show again. Frank has been involved in training and science for several years now. He has published several books on the subjects of training and nutrition, cared for countless athletes and is therefore in my opinion the best example of the useful combination of science / theory and practice.
With his master's degree in psychology, he is particularly familiar with topics such as motivation and fun in combination with training!
And that's what this podcast episode is all about. Motivation and fun in training. How is it really going?
Here you can find all contents of this episode with the right times at a glance:
00:05:30 Difference between motivation and fun
00:09:00 Motivation Theories and Motives
00:11:30 Push and pull motivators
00:14:30 Social Commitment
00:18:00 passion hypothesis
00:22:30 Fun as an amateur athlete
00:23:45 Change of motives over time
00:26:00 Hedonist stairs
00:30:30 Comparison with other people
00:35:30 The power of thought
00:38:45 Consciousness & Subconscious
00:41:00 Pushing a movie
00:43:30 The Chinese system
00:47:15 Less is sometimes more
00:50:30 Fun and motivation through coaching
00:54:30 importance of the environment
01:00:45 The traces of other people
Here are all links to Frank and his books:
► Here's the great training book by Frank
► Here is the training program from Frank
► Here you get the new nutrition book from Frank
► Frank's Facebook page
► Here you will find Frank's first Muay Thai fight
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