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!

  • Resilience…
    It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything due to some stuff getting in the way of other stuff, but I’m back and I want to talk about something I’m very interested in, resiliency. I strive every day with every patient to try to restore, improve, or enhance their resiliency in the face ... read more
    Source: Adam Meakins – The Sports PhysioPublished on 29-10-19
    2 weeks ago
  • What should schools teach?
    All knowledge may be precious, but it's hard to argue that it's equally precious. The time children spend in school is strictly finite and so, when deciding what to teach we must must make choices. Often these choices will necessarily be brutal. I was recently contacted by a marketing company ... read more
    Source: David Didau – The Learning SpyPublished on 29-10-19
    2 weeks ago
  • High Jump Approach Training
    [mashshare] By Rob Assise During my career, I have found the high jump to be the most difficult event to coach in track and field. Narrowing the discussion to the jumping events, three factors determine success in the long jump: takeoff speed, takeoff angle, and the height of center ... read more
    Source: SimpliFasterPublished on 29-10-19
    2 weeks ago
  • Cross-Coaching and Shared Responsibilities
    [mashshare] By Graham Eaton If coaching is equal parts art and science, then working well with other coaches on the staff is crucial. Coaches who are flexible with each other will make their team better. This can promote athlete buy-in because of the visible connections and communication between all ... read more
    Source: SimpliFasterPublished on 28-10-19
    3 weeks ago
  • Resilience…
    It’s been a while since I have posted anything due to some stuff getting in the way of other stuff, but I’m back and I want to talk about something that I am deeply interested in, resiliency. I strive every day with every patient I see to try and restore, ... read more
    Source: Adam Meakins – The Sports PhysioPublished on 27-10-19
    3 weeks ago
  • The trouble with Shakespeare, or Should everything be easy?
    I'm regularly inundated by unsolicited emails from folk hoping I'll endorse their products. Recently, I received one asking me if I'd be interested in writing about a collaboration between the software firm Adobe and the Royal Shakespeare Company. Apparently this is the result: Adobe and the RSC have worked with ... read more
    Source: David Didau – The Learning SpyPublished on 26-10-19
    3 weeks ago
  • How to Use the VO2 Master App with Athletes
    [mashshare] By Carl Valle Since SimpliFaster has already widely shared articles on testing aerobic capacity online, including the great work by Alan Couzens, I wanted to get more detailed on the use of the VO2 Master App. While most readers of this blog are aware that conditioning matters in ... read more
    Source: SimpliFasterPublished on 26-10-19
    3 weeks ago
  • Improving Change of Direction Ability with Tom Dos’Santos
    [mashshare] Freelap Friday Five with Tom Dos’Santos Tom Dos’Santos is a Ph.D. student in Sports Biomechanics at the University of Salford, U.K., where he is investigating the biomechanical determinants of performance and injury risk during change of direction. Dos’Santos has published approximately 40 peer-reviewed journal articles and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist ... read more
    Source: SimpliFasterPublished on 25-10-19
    3 weeks ago
  • “When I look back at what I was doing 10 years ago…I make myself cry” – a conversation with Ted Suikonen
    Ted Suikonen is a Skill Development Specialist Coach that has been working in professional ice hockey for most of his career. He is currently the skill development coach with Locomotiv Moscow in Russia and boasts an impressive track record of developing players to play at the elite level in Russia ... read more
    Source: Stuart Armstrong – The Talent EquationPublished on 23-10-19
    3 weeks ago
  • A Unilateral to Bilateral Training Progression for Team Sports
    [mashshare] By Cameron Josse Training team sport athletes is complex, with so many ways to prepare them and variables to consider. In truth, any program that allows for the progressive overload of various forms of intensity (not just weight lifted, but also increases in outputs of power, speed, etc.), ... read more
    Source: SimpliFasterPublished on 23-10-19
    3 weeks ago
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