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!

  • Tomorrow’s giants are today’s innovators
    Football’s emotive pull means that when things are going well, our club feels unstoppable; when badly, hopeless. There’s rarely any middle ground.It is the same in business. Imagine working for one of the largest companies in the world just over 100 years ago. Growth and continued market dominance would have ... read more
    Source: 21st ClubPublished on 09-01-15
    4 years ago
  • 7 Critical Elements of Dashboard Design
    1. Single Version of the Truth Information is a source of learning. But unless it is organised, processed, and available to the right people in a format for decision making, it is a burden, not a benefit. (William Pollard). Source: Sports Analytics, Ben Alamar Standardization; The first step to helping ... read more
    Source: Rob Carroll – Video AnalystPublished on 08-01-15
    4 years ago
  • Why risk isn’t always the enemy in player recruitment
    Let’s pretend for moment you’re a technical scout, preparing to add to a dossier of reasonable transfer targets for your club to cover the next three seasons. Being an analytics minded person, you are armed in your search with statistics on the effects of age on performance, advanced metrics that ... read more
    Source: 21st ClubPublished on 07-01-15
    4 years ago
  • Should you bother with clean variations without the catch?
    I’ve been involved in a few studies with my colleague Tim Suchomel looking at a number of different clean variations. In particular, the clean variations we looked at were the hang power clean, jump shrug, and the hang high pull. What is particularly unique about two of these studies, is that they are evaluating two clean variations that ... read more
    Source: George BeckhamPublished on 07-01-15
    4 years ago
  • Allowing self-discovery in coaching
    How I broke my game and then fixed it again by Ed Cowan Ed Cowan is one of our more thoughgtful professional cricketers and I love the way he is brave enough to share his innermost thoughts and fears about his job; scoring runs. I say scoring runs rather than ... read more
    4 years ago
  • Sum of the Parts
    Do you think you’ve got something new…unlikely!  Do you know something others at a higher levels haven’t already figured out…probably not!  My dear old Dad always told me when I was a boy…”Son, there’s always someone bigger and always someone better!”.  Grounded in humility - good way to be.  Thanks ... read more
    Source: Jason Weber – Old Bull FitnessPublished on 05-01-15
    4 years ago
  • Sum of the Parts
    Do you think you’ve got something new…unlikely!  Do you know something others at a higher levels haven’t already figured out…probably not!  My dear old Dad always told me when I was a boy…”Son, there’s always someone bigger and always someone better!”.  Grounded in humility - good way to be.  Thanks ... read more
    Source: Jason Weber – Old Bull FitnessPublished on 05-01-15
    4 years ago
  • The Genetics of High Performance Exercise
    My latest guest article on FreeLapUSA is now available, entitled “The Genetics of High Performance Exercise.” The post The Genetics of High Performance Exercise appeared first on Craig Pickering. ... read more
    Source: Craig PickeringPublished on 05-01-15
    4 years ago
  • Comment on What I Learned Reading 52 Books This Year (Part One) by What I Learned Reading 52 Books In 2014 (Part Two) – Craig Pickering
    […] to wait and see though. For those of you who missed the first part of this blog, you can find it here. Now, on with numbers […] ... read more
    Source: Craig PickeringPublished on 05-01-15
    4 years ago
  • What I Learned Reading 52 Books In 2014 (Part Two)
    Happy New Year everyone! Welcome to the first full blog-post of 2015. By now my 52 books in 52 weeks (2014) challenge is finished, so I know whether or not I was successful. You’ll have to wait and see though. For those of you who missed the first part of ... read more
    Source: Craig PickeringPublished on 05-01-15
    4 years ago
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