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!

  • Comment on What I Learned Reading 52 Books This Year (Part One) by Coaching Matters: Around the web December 2014 – Underground Athletics
    […] Pickering: What I learned from reading 52 books this year – Part 1, Part 2, Part […] ... read more
    Source: Craig PickeringPublished on 18-01-15
    3 years ago
  • Exercise Induced Muscle Damage – Implications for Performance
    What is exercise induced muscle damage...? Exercise induced muscle soreness (EIMD) occurs when a player takes part in an exercise which their body is unaccustomed to which leads to a number of different negative effects (Kuipers, 1994). EIMD can manifest itself in responses which are clear to the player like… ... read more
    Source: Rob Pacey – Performance PodcastPublished on 17-01-15
    3 years ago
  • Why & How Plyometric Exercises are Used
    What are plyometric exercises...? ‘Plyometric training’ is a term used to describe explosive movements which have a countermovement that utilises the stretch shortening cycle (SSC) (Pontach & Chu, 2000). In order to understand plyometric training, first we need to understand the SSC.  The SSC is a natural human movement which… ... read more
    Source: Rob Pacey – Performance PodcastPublished on 17-01-15
    3 years ago
  • The 4 Makers & Breakers of Mindset – pt. 1
    The growth mindset research is a game changing field that’s actually changing the game and that excites the crap out of me.  We’ve spent a lot of time talking about the importance of it and the characteristics of both the growth and fixed mindset. However, the characteristics are just the symptoms.… ... read more
    Source: Train UglyPublished on 16-01-15
    3 years ago
  • The 4 Makers & Breakers of Mindset – pt. 1
    The growth mindset research is a game changing field that’s actually changing the game and that excites the crap out of me.  We’ve spent a lot of time talking about the importance of it and the characteristics of both the growth and fixed mindset. However, the characteristics are just the symptoms.… ... read more
    Source: Train UglyPublished on 16-01-15
    3 years ago
  • Cool & Interesting Stuff This Week (16/1)
    GENDER – Strength theory put up a really good article regarding the gender differences and their effects on training and metabolism. It’s the first in a 4-part series, so be sure to check out the other parts once they are released. REACTION TIME – FreeLap hosted this interesting article by… ... read more
    Source: Craig PickeringPublished on 16-01-15
    3 years ago
  • FREE NEWSLETTER
    If you are not automatically redirected, please click HERE. The post FREE NEWSLETTER appeared first on Strength & Conditioning Research. ... read more
    Source: Strength & Conditioning ResearchPublished on 16-01-15
    3 years ago
  • FREE NEWSLETTER: does more volume mean more muscle?
    Sorry, this edition of the free newsletter has already gone out! Every month, Chris Beardsley reviews a study and sends it out to those people on our free newsletter. To get access to all of these study reviews in the future, just enter your email below. These study reviews are… ... read more
    Source: Strength & Conditioning ResearchPublished on 16-01-15
    3 years ago
  • Is doing nothing, something?
    If there’s an off-field parallel to the penalty shootout, it’s the month of January. The arrival of the transfer window coupled with contract renewals and sometimes decisions about the manager’s future make it a month of high-pressure choices, much like the choices our players must make after the 120th minute.The… ... read more
    Source: 21st ClubPublished on 16-01-15
    3 years ago
  • The Lindy Effect
    Pop Quiz: Whose music would you expect to hear in 100 years from now: a) Mozart; b) One Direction? If you guessed Mozart, you possibly based your answer on the ‘Lindy Effect’, whether you knew it or not. (If you guessed ‘One Direction’ you’re the first 13-year old girl we’ve… ... read more
    Source: Grant Jenkins – Propel PerformPublished on 15-01-15
    3 years ago
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