Win at All Costs: Inside Nike Running and Its Culture of Deception

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Win at All Costs: Inside Nike Running and Its Culture of Deception

Win at All Costs: Inside Nike Running and Its Culture of Deception

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Fenton LT, Pitter R. Keeping the body in play: pain, injury, and socialization in male rugby. Res Q Exerc Sport. 2010;81(2):212–23.Presence of an audience. Imagine the media or your colleagues watching your every move during a high-stakes decision. When you’re in the spotlight, it’s hard to avoid a rush of adrenaline and to resist the urge to show you’re a winner. And whatever about Salazar’s apparent ease with himself that the ends could always justify the means, his selfish and often confrontational manner isn’t spared. Worse still, some of his methods seem to be masquerading as gobbledygook. In high-performance environments, where athletes are fine-tuned to push themselves to physical and mental limits, abuse can go unnoticed or be deemed “what it takes” to reach the highest levels of performance. British gymnasts report that the abuse is so common that it is accepted by athletes, parents and coaches. In our sport, abuse is normal Example: You seriously think there are other husbands who are better than me? You really think other wives get anywhere near what I have given you? You are not living in the real world. Narcissists use emotional appeals to disguise false or outrageous claims. Since many narcissists tend to be Drama Kings or Queens, using over-the-top emotionality to control others comes naturally for them.

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Coakley JJ. Sports in society: issues and controversies. McGraw-Hill Education: New York, NY; 2017. First, consider circumventing competition entirely. For example, noncompete clauses can help you avoid hyper-rivalry with firms eyeing your star employees. Collins, D., Willmott, T., & Collins, L. (2018). Periodization and self-regulation in action sports: Coping with the emotional load. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 1652. Blank C, Leichtfried V, Schaiter R, Fuerhapter C, Mueller D, Schobersberger W. Doping in sports: knowledge and attitudes among parents of Austrian junior athletes. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 2015;25(1):116–24.Shroyer J, Stewart C. Knowledge of concussions by high school coaches in a rural environment. Physical Educator. 2016;73(2):373.



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