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Véronique Richard | Adapt or die
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Véronique Richard | Adapt or die

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Evolution depends on adaptation: those who best adapt to their environment survive. If you have an adaptive advantage, you have a better chance of surviving and passing it on. Sometimes these advantages are achieved by those who are different, those who have undergone a mutation compared to the majority. In nature... but also in sport. Véronique Richard is an expert in performance psychology and teaches us to be more adaptable to our sporting environment and creative, because being ready to change always helps. Often, her means to achieve it, are environments to encourage athletes to navigate through discomfort and grow psychologically from it. Véronique gives us her lessons as a mental performance consultant of Cirque du Soleil and member of the National Generation 2032. A Coach Program that aims to increase Australian coaches to contribute to future Olympics.

Martí Cañellas | Fosbury Flop


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Notes of the episode

The Creative Act: A Way of Being | Rick Rubin

Do more creative people adapt better? An investigation into the association between creativity and adaptation | Véronique Richard, Jean-Charles Lebeau, Fabian Becker, Richard Erik Inglis & Gershon Tenenbaum

Creativity in Motion: Examining the Creative Potential System and Enriched Movement Activities as a Way to Ignite It | Véronique Richard, Darren Holder & John Cairney

The Embodied Journey of an Idea: An Exploration of Movement Creativity in Circus Arts | Véronique Richard & Vlad Petre Glăveanu

Developing Cognitive and Motor Creativity in Children Through an Exercise Program Using Nonlinear Pedagogy Principles | Véronique Richard, Jean-Charles Lebeau, Fabian Becker, Nataniel Boiangin & Gershon Tenenbaum

Will Coello be the Fosbury of padel? | Martí Cañellas

Dani Ballart | The seed of success of Spanish waterpolo | Fosbury Flop

Cultivating Courage In Acrobats, Clowns & Coaches - Véronique Richard (Coaching) & Darren Holder (Coaching) | Toughness


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