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Bodies informing minds & ‘Heads up’ rugby

Experiments show that adopting either a high or low power body posture for just 2 minutes changes: how people feel about themselves, their willingness to take risks and their testosterone and cortisol levels (relative to samples taken a few minutes … Continue reading

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One-eyed Turks? – it’s all in the brain

OK, so I admit it, The Prospectors (when not busy Prospecting) are avid supporters of the Llanelli Scarlets  – or “one-eyed Turks” as we are known to supporters of other Welsh rugby sides. And, like most supporters, we are inclined … Continue reading

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