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!

  • Training Quantification & Training Prescription for Triathlon
    As you can see from my cover photo, I am an avid albeit average cyclist. My interest in cycling along with my role servicing triathletes has meant that I have spent a considerable amount of time investigating the conditioning methods utilised by endurance sports, particularly, cycling, triathlon and middle distance ... read more
    4 years ago
  • Polarised Training
    It’s been a while since I’ve posted on here but I’ve been keeping busy with work and a few other things, namely lecturing at the ASCA level 1 and level 2 courses and presenting at the Fitness and Health Expo for Team Up Victoria. In my spare time I have been ... read more
    4 years ago
  • Training Intensity Distribution Article Review
    The promise of “reviewing a few polarised training related articles over the next week” has taken a fraction longer (massive understatement) than promised but I wanted to collect more power and heart rate data to compliment the case study that will accompany the article reviews. Seiler & Kjerland (2006) Quanitfying ... read more
    4 years ago
  • Polarised Training & Training Intensity Distribution Article Review
    Following on from last week’s review of Seiler’s & Kjerland’s paper, I thought I would look at a couple of papers this week which compare conventional aerobic conditioning methods, such as “threshold training” to the polarised training model. The first paper I am going to look at is an incredibly ... read more
    4 years ago
  • Footballers constantly fighting the flab
    If a player doesn’t sort himself out, not only will he not be able to perform but he will either get injured or get ill ... read more
    Source: The Secret PhysioPublished on 29-10-14
    4 years ago
  • How to maximise lateral speed on the rugby field
    Normally I don’t talk about individual studies on this page but today I want to talk about a particular study that was recently conducted at the University of Utah : Change of Direction Speed in the Frontal Plane. This is [...] CONTINUE READING The post How to maximise lateral ... read more
    Source: Keir Wenham-Flatt – Rugby Strength CoachPublished on 29-10-14
    4 years ago
  • Subjective Monitoring Insight
      Like it or not, subjective data is a part of our lives.  Athlete monitoring is not going away anytime soon.  Therefore, it is critical that as a practitioner you become very clear on what each element of data you collect represents, how it interacts with other information sources ... read more
    Source: Jason Weber – Old Bull FitnessPublished on 28-10-14
    4 years ago
  • Subjective Monitoring Insight
      Like it or not, subjective data is a part of our lives.  Athlete monitoring is not going away anytime soon.  Therefore, it is critical that as a practitioner you become very clear on what each element of data you collect represents, how it interacts with other information sources ... read more
    Source: Jason Weber – Old Bull FitnessPublished on 28-10-14
    4 years ago
  • How to progress jumps and plyometrics
    Training jumps and plyometrics is massively important if you want to maximise explosive strength and power on the rugby field. However these exercises are very powerful training tools and can result in serious injuries if they aren’t progressed in the [...] CONTINUE READING The post How to progress jumps ... read more
    Source: Keir Wenham-Flatt – Rugby Strength CoachPublished on 27-10-14
    4 years ago
  • JW Interview with Keegan Smith Part B
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    Source: Jason Weber – Old Bull FitnessPublished on 27-10-14
    4 years ago
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