Coaching Matters Blog Round Up

Coaching Matters, my round up of articles & videos is proving more & more popular so I thought I would provide an RSS feed of the sites I visit most regularly for those who would like the most up to date posts as they happen.

The articles update on an hourly basis so bookmark the page & keep coming back. If I am missing any good blogs drop me an email or let me know on Twitter @SiNainby. Enjoy!

  • Four Simple Reasons Athletes Must Sprint
    The athlete’s ability to sprint at high velocities is an integral component in the related fields of Sports Rehabilitation and the Performance Enhancement Training of athletes. A principal objective of the rehabilitation process is to restore the athlete to their previous level of athletic performance including the athlete’s pre-injury running… ... read more
    Source: Strength, Power, SpeedPublished on 25-02-15
    3 years ago
  • Four Simple Reasons Athletes Must Sprint
    The athlete’s ability to sprint at high velocities is an integral component in the related fields of Sports Rehabilitation and the Performance Enhancement Training of athletes. A principal objective of the rehabilitation process is to restore the athlete to their previous level of athletic performance including the athlete’s pre-injury running… ... read more
    Source: Strength, Power, SpeedPublished on 25-02-15
    3 years ago
  • #Football | Monitoring fatigue during the in-season competitive phase in elite soccer players | By @YLMSportScience
    Source: Yann Le Meur – Sport Science InfographicsPublished on 25-02-15
    3 years ago
  • Europa League schedules no different to the norm. Phil Neville has got it wrong
    Is playing successive games on a Thursday and Sunday the worst schedule there is? It’s a point worth discussion. When discussing teams playing Europa League games compared to those in the Champions League, TV pundit Phil Neville said recently: “Playing on a Thursday and then on a Sunday is… ... read more
    Source: The Secret PhysioPublished on 25-02-15
    3 years ago
  • Episode 5-Handling Transitions- What separates people from making the jump to the next level
    Whether it is going from high school to college or from college to professional, we’ve all know stories of those who transitioned well and those who went through a rough patch. In this episode, Jon and I delve into these transitions. In our longest episode yet, we initially look at… ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 25-02-15
    3 years ago
  • Episode 5-Handling Transitions- What separates people from making the jump to the next level
    Whether it is going from high school to college or from college to professional, we've all know stories of those who transitioned well and those who went through a rough patch. In this episode, Jon and I delve into these transitions. In our longest episode yet, we initially look at… ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 25-02-15
    3 years ago
  • Sheepwalking
    [sheep-waw-king] verb 1. Term coined by Seth Godin to describe the act of being obedient, fitting in, playing it safe, and doing it like everybody else does it. We’ve all encountered people who are sheepwalking. And if you’re being honest, you’ve probably done it yourself – I… ... read more
    Source: Train UglyPublished on 24-02-15
    3 years ago
  • Sheepwalking
    [sheep-waw-king] verb 1. Term coined by Seth Godin to describe the act of being obedient, fitting in, playing it safe, and doing it like everybody else does it. We’ve all encountered people who are sheepwalking. And if you’re being honest, you’ve probably done it yourself – I… ... read more
    Source: Train UglyPublished on 24-02-15
    3 years ago
  • New perspectives in pacing: role of pain | By @YLMSportScience
    Source: Yann Le Meur – Sport Science InfographicsPublished on 24-02-15
    3 years ago
  • Methodology of Training 2.0 – Component 2: Time and timing.
    This component is very important and still ignored at the same time There are different ways of looking at the time-factor. First of all there is the personal timing. I have written about this before in another blog. At the very same moment the perfect time to train might… ... read more
    3 years ago
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