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The Marginal Gains Theory Explained

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Transcript of The Marginal Gains Theory Explained

The Marginal Gains Theory
“If we improve these things by a small percentage, as little as 1%
- they all add up to a big improvement in overall performance...”


Dave Brailsford
Team Sky
The Marginal Gains Theory Explained
What do we mean by marginal gains?
Fine tuning of equipment
Food choices
Physio support
Ultra-light tyres
Team bus & support facilities
Clothing technology
The small stuff that people often overlook ....
You can't control if you win or not
But you can control if you are the absolute best you can be ...
...and if you are the absolute best you can be,
you significantly increase your chances of winning
Winning team mentality!
The Marginal Gains Theory
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