The will to win is a key ingredient to performance, sports physiologist Dr Dave Martin explains.

Asian man having fitness TRX training at gym

Some of us are tall, some of us are short, some of us are powerful and others are fast. While there are plenty of pre-determined factors about our bodies, motivation and desire goes a long way in achieving success. Dr Dave Martin, Sports Physiologist at the Australian Institute of Sport explains.

We caught up with Dr Martin at the 2XU X:Level Training Camp, held at the AIS.

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