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!

  • Marathoning, sounds much catchier than Scunthorping
    So you have decided to run 42.195 km (or 26 miles 365 yards) have you? Well ejoy the first 640m (700 yards) they were stuck on to line up with Queen Victoria's statue at Windsor Castle. A further stretch was added in honour (trying to avoid the rough terrain of ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 21-04-12
    7 years ago
  • Prescribing when it counts
    Prescribing when it counts. There are still some issues to be sorted out for elite athletes, some abilities to be polished, key training sets to be refined, but for most from here on in, these are finishing touches. Approaching a major competition, the imbedded applied sports physiologist will inevitably feel ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 18-04-12
    7 years ago
  • Coaching Practice – Possession to Attack Game
    It's been a while since I have posted an actual session plan so I thought after the success of a new game last night that I would share this with you. When I say a 'session plan' it isn't a full session plan. We have a specific syllabus that we ... read more
    Source: Nick Levett – Youth Football DevelopmentPublished on 18-04-12
    7 years ago
  • Carl Sagan
    If you ever wonder what are we doing here?, why we do what we do?, what is it that we really get from the the Olympics other than a goosebump workout? is there a God?, should I have one more biscuit?, what is excess nostril hair for? (you know the big ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 17-04-12
    7 years ago
  • Why timing matters
    Why timing matters Knowing what to do or what supplement to take doesn’t cut it anymore. Knowing what and why is great but there’s another dimension that is often neglected and that is to ask the question of when.  While ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 15-04-12
    7 years ago
  • Why timing matters
    Why timing matters Knowing what to do or what supplement to take doesn’t cut it anymore. Knowing what and why is great but there’s another dimension that is often neglected and that is to ask the question of when.  While it is easy to get lost in the minutia that ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 15-04-12
    7 years ago
  • Something for your parents – youth sport.
    Stumbled across this little gem, you might want to share this with your parents, specifically those new teams or at the start of next season. This for me is what grassroots sport is about and the last two verses sum it up well. A Parent Talks to a Child Before the ... read more
    Source: Nick Levett – Youth Football DevelopmentPublished on 13-04-12
    7 years ago
  • Mixing changes everything
    This is an interesting concept for any of those have a preponderance for getting all of training out of the way in one almighty session each day. http://journals.lww.com/acsm-msse/Abstract/publishahead/Aerobic_Exercise_Alters_Skeletal_Muscle_Molecular.98702.aspx Most athletes have a programme of endurance, sprint/anaerobic and resistance training. Often to get it all in in a given week, coaches ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 08-04-12
    7 years ago
  • Stress, Caffeine, recovery, and the immune system
    I just started writing articles for Competitor.com and the first one went up today.  In it I take a look at the negative side of taking Caffeine pre-race or workout.  Caffeine is generally thought of as only a performance enhancer, which ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 27-03-12
    7 years ago
  • Stress, Caffeine, recovery, and the immune system
    I just started writing articles for Competitor.com and the first one went up today.  In it I take a look at the negative side of taking Caffeine pre-race or workout.  Caffeine is generally thought of as only a performance enhancer, which it does well, but there are drawbacks if you chronically ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 27-03-12
    7 years ago
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