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 End of an era… by rcarltonpt
    Excellent post. I especially like the idea of doing a set of prescribed exercises at home so I better understand what my patients experience. ... read more
    Source: Adam Meakins – The Sports PhysioPublished on 09-01-20
    3 weeks ago
  • A Ladder System for Training Speed and Power In-Season
    [mashshare] By Carmen Pata For me, in-season training has always been a double-edged sword. We walk a fine line between providing enough of a stimulus to continue making improvements in the speed-strength and power aspects of the force-velocity curve while keeping the volume-load low enough to keep the athletes ... read more
    Source: SimpliFasterPublished on 08-01-20
    3 weeks ago
  • A Ladder System for Training Speed and Power In-Season
    [mashshare] By Carmen Pata For me, in-season training has always been a double-edged sword. We walk a fine line between providing enough of a stimulus to continue making improvements in the speed-strength and power aspects of the force-velocity curve while keeping the volume-load low enough to keep the athletes ... read more
    Source: SimpliFasterPublished on 08-01-20
    3 weeks ago
  • Performance Habits and Decay: How Poor Oral Health Impacts Athletes
    [mashshare] By Scott Cornell Serious athletes are always looking for ways to get a leg up on their competition. This often means using the best equipment, practicing hard and on their personal time, and getting the nutrition their bodies need to function at their very best. Another part of ... read more
    Source: SimpliFasterPublished on 07-01-20
    3 weeks ago
  • Why You Must Include the Seated Calf Raise Exercise
    [mashshare] By Bryan Mann Over the years, we typically change our minds constantly. What was once important loses its significance, and what was once useless becomes the center of our universe. The purpose of this article is to explain why I changed my mind about the seated calf raise ... read more
    Source: SimpliFasterPublished on 06-01-20
    3 weeks ago
  • The New Performance Rules of Velocity-Based Training
    [mashshare] By Carl Valle It’s time to let go of traditional velocity-based training (VBT) and move on to a more modern and complete way of managing the weight room. VBT had its time, and frankly we now just need to do better with both science and technology. In this ... read more
    Source: SimpliFasterPublished on 04-01-20
    4 weeks ago
  • From Fundamental to Functional: Investigating the Concept of Physical Literacy
    If we are to embrace the concept of Physical Literacy, then it should be viewed not as an end point, but presented as a journey influenced by a unique set of interacting constraints imposed upon an individual ” There is a lack of any empirical evidence related to PL. ... read more
    Source: FootblogballPublished on 03-01-20
    4 weeks ago
  • Comment on End of an era… by Mikkel
    What a great challenge. I appreciate your many interesting articles. Have a nice 2020 🙂 ... read more
    Source: Adam Meakins – The Sports PhysioPublished on 03-01-20
    4 weeks ago
  • Take Your Speed and Power Coaching to the Next Level with Brad DeWeese
    [mashshare] Freelap Friday Five with Brad DeWeese Dr. Brad DeWeese is an assistant professor in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science in the Claudius G. Clemmer College of Education at East Tennessee State University. He spent the past eight years preparing athletes for the Olympic Games and was ... read more
    Source: SimpliFasterPublished on 03-01-20
    4 weeks ago
  • Separate from the Competition: Developing Breakpoint Mechanics in Football
    [mashshare] By Eric Treske If asked to describe a prototypical receiver, coaches will cite traits like speed, size, hand-eye coordination, foot speed, agility, and jumping ability. We essentially describe Julio Jones. The issue coaches all encounter is what to do when they aren’t blessed with a stable of Julios ... read more
    Source: SimpliFasterPublished on 02-01-20
    4 weeks ago
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