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!

  • Top 10 applications: No.9 Hitting the buffers
    David Bruce (DB) Dill of the Harvard Fatigue Laboratory was the first to systematically, explore exercise tolerance in response to the manipulation of blood acid-base balance. His group and several others had first increased blood acidity and noticed a worsening of exercise performance. This led them to developing the hypothesising ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 30-05-12
    7 years ago
  • Top 10 applications, No. 10 “A well-spent day brings happy sleep”, (Leonardo da Vinci)
    No. 10 - SleepSometime around the summer of 2002 I was roped into participating in a study by Charlie Pedlar. For three days, we carted down to the sleep laboratories at Surrey University and spent about an hour having wires glued to my head, jaw, chin, arm, leg before going ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 24-05-12
    7 years ago
  • Top 10 applications of sports physiology (coming soon)
    I have drawn up the list, redrawn it, kept the list by my bedside (sad isn't it?) and mulled it over and over. So from next week I will start a weekly run down of the top 10 applications of sports physiology. Let me get my disclaimers in before I ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 22-05-12
    7 years ago
  • Marathon talk interview
    My MarathonTALK interviewShow Notes00:00 INTRO- Martin's trying to shake a pesky cold- Tom's been banging out a 5:31 mile - Thanks to adidas for helping bring you Marathon Talk each week.- Remembering Beijing Olympic Marathon Sammy Wanjiru who passed away 1 year ago today. (Sports Illustrated)- London 2012 Olympic Games ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 17-05-12
    7 years ago
  • Watching expert coaches – what do you “see”?
    The Grassroots Football Show is fast upon us and the question I have for you today is, when going to such an event as this, how can you maximise your learning and personal development as a coach? There will be loads going on, lots of ‘ big names’ delivering coaching ... read more
    Source: Nick Levett – Youth Football DevelopmentPublished on 15-05-12
    7 years ago
  • 10-20-30 workout- Research flaws and Why there are no secret workouts.
    Every once in a while a scientific studies simple concept crosses over the main stream and explodes in the exercise world.  A decade ago it was Billat’s famous 30/30 which consisted of 30sec at supramaximal speeds with 30sec jogging.  It ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 08-05-12
    7 years ago
  • 10-20-30 workout- Research flaws and Why there are no secret workouts.
    10-20-30 workout- Research flaws and Why there are no secret workouts. Every once in a while a scientific studies simple concept crosses over the main stream and explodes in the exercise world.  A decade ago it was Billat’s famous 30/30 which consisted of 30sec at supramaximal speeds with 30sec jogging.  ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 08-05-12
    7 years ago
  • Haldane picks on something his own size
    This review featured in the Guardian this week, http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2012/apr/27/possible-worlds-other-essays-haldane-review, about the pithy, eccentric but brilliant JBS Haldane, reminded me of some reading I did last year about him. This is Haldane Jnr by the way, (1894 to 1964), the British geneticist and evolutionary biologist, not the physiologist who is occasionally ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 06-05-12
    7 years ago
  • Phys Soc Interview
    A few weeks ago I was interviewed for the Physiological Society (http://www.physoc.org/) Physiology News. Here are some of the questions I was asked;Which sports do your team focus on and why?What was the Institute of Sport set up to achieve?How has sports science or exercise physiology research, and how you ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 01-05-12
    7 years ago
  • Session Guinea Pig – You
    I have participated in quite a few sports (poorly, even my best ones) and I have done what I think are nearly most types of training sessions (high effort, medium performance), but it is always refreshingly important to remind yourself of what they all feel like. Sure, glycogen depletion - and I ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 24-04-12
    7 years ago
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