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 Contact Me by Justin Ashcroft
    Hi Craig. I would like to send you information about our business, Socialicity. It is a product sharing platform which enables Social media owners to promote offers and deals – earning commission for doing so. Is this something that you would consider doing? (Totally free to use). We have various ... read more
    Source: Craig PickeringPublished on 10-11-14
    5 years ago
  • Comment on The wisdom of Ed Smith and the place of technique in cricket batting by Cameron
    I like “repetition without repetition” and “The perfect technique is the technique that disappears”. From a golf perspective we’re led to believe that a consistent swing is the way to go – and many golfers can spend many years trying to find that “perfect” swing. I know I did. ... read more
    5 years ago
  • Minimum Effective Training Dose
    You hear the phrase all the time, “I’m a real minimum effective dose guy”, or, “We train only as much as we need and then no more”. Everyone says these things, but what do they really mean? What is a “minimum effective dose”? Is the minimum effective dose different for ... read more
    Source: Patrick Ward – Optimum Sports PerformancePublished on 10-11-14
    5 years ago
  • Reading the Play in Attack: Aligning in the Gap
    One of the simplest ways to break the defensive line and/or create space for supporting team mates is to line up in the gap between defenders. It sounds incredibly basic, but it’s not something you see happen very often. Defenders do tend to adjust and get lined up on the ... read more
    Source: Conversational Rugby – Rob NicholPublished on 10-11-14
    5 years ago
  • Comment on Can eccentric training help prevent hamstring strains? by Good Fitness Reads of the Week: (11/9/2014) | adampine.com
    […] Can eccentric training help prevent hamstring strains? via Chris […] ... read more
    Source: Strength & Conditioning ResearchPublished on 09-11-14
    5 years ago
  • Comment on Can eccentric training help prevent hamstring strains? by Training Log
    […] Can eccentric training help prevent hamstring strains? via Chris […] ... read more
    Source: Strength & Conditioning ResearchPublished on 09-11-14
    5 years ago
  • Game Sense Coaching of Invasion Games
    Game Sense Coaching of Invasion GamesI was involved in one of those nerdy conversations about (Australian) football coaching on Friday over a couple of coffees, which I so enjoy (both the good coffee and the nerdy conversation). In the conversation on Friday the nuances of Game Sense coaching formed a ... read more
    Source: Shane Pill – Learning through SportPublished on 09-11-14
    5 years ago
  • Game Sense Coaching of Invasion Games
    Game Sense Coaching of Invasion GamesI was involved in one of those nerdy conversations about (Australian) football coaching on Friday over a couple of coffees, which I so enjoy (both the good coffee and the nerdy conversation). In the conversation on Friday the nuances of Game Sense coaching formed a ... read more
    Source: Shane Pill – Learning through SportPublished on 09-11-14
    5 years ago
  • Comment on How to maximise lateral speed on the rugby field by Will Rees
    Hi, cheers for the article and big thanks for posting the paper- good read. I do agree with the points you are making i.e. a foundation of strength must be built first which then must be followed by specificity. However i don’t think the findings of the article are that ... read more
    Source: Keir Wenham-Flatt – Rugby Strength CoachPublished on 08-11-14
    5 years ago
  • Are you really an S&C coach…or just being fashionable?
    On any given morning in most cities in Australia (and I suspect around the world) parks, beaches and playgrounds are beset by armies of Personal Trainers and their charges, huffing and puffing their way through their daily workout.  An even more contemporary trend these days is the same huffing and ... read more
    Source: Jason Weber – Old Bull FitnessPublished on 08-11-14
    5 years ago
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