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!

  • Nudgee win Head of the River… Again!
    Congratulations to the Director of Rowing, Christian Oneto, coach of the First VII, John Bowes, and Head of Strength and Conditioning, Harrison Westbrook. These guys did an amazing job of getting these boys fit, fast and strong. MORE: 17 Dos and Don’ts for Parents So much effort, planning and training ... read more
    Source: Grant Jenkins – Propel PerformPublished on 14-03-15
    5 years ago
  • #Psychology | Self talk during competition: Think positive to improve your sport performance | By @YLMSportScience
    Source: Yann Le Meur – Sport Science InfographicsPublished on 13-03-15
    5 years ago
  • Sport Informatics and Analytics #UCSIA15
    I suppose I’ve felt like the unqualified person here. No doctorate, no masters, and my degree was as far from sports science as you could get (business and engineering). But I’ve learnt a lot about performance, athlete monitoring, and the types of statistical analysis professional sporting organisations need. That experience ... read more
    Source: Sports DiscoveryPublished on 13-03-15
    5 years ago
    If you are not automatically redirected, please click HERE. The post FREE NEWSLETTER appeared first on Strength & Conditioning Research. ... read more
    Source: Strength & Conditioning ResearchPublished on 13-03-15
    5 years ago
  • FREE NEWSLETTER: Are single-joint exercises necessary for maximal hypertrophy?
    Some strength coaches maintain that single-joint exercises are unnecessary for achieving the required strength and size for sport. Other strength coaches (and most bodybuilding experts) maintain that it is not possible to maximize gains in strength and size without single-joint exercises. Historically, very few researchers have investigated this question. Fortunately, a group of researchers have recently compared ... read more
    Source: Strength & Conditioning ResearchPublished on 13-03-15
    5 years ago
  • A Load of Pollocks?
      “Beauty, which is what is meant by art…is no mere accident to human life, which people can take or leave as they choose, but a positive necessity of life…” William Morris Are we all Luddites now? In the dim and distant past some people suggested that pupils wouldn’t ... read more
    Source: Martin Robinson – Surreal AnarchyPublished on 13-03-15
    5 years ago
  • Pacey Performance Podcast #28 – Jeremy Sheppard this episode of the Pacey Performance Podcast I have the massive privilege of speaking with head of strength and conditioning and sports science manager at Surfing Australia, Jeremy Sheppard. Jeremy doesn’t do loads of things like this so it was great to have a chat and discuss a sport ... read more
    Source: Rob Pacey – Performance PodcastPublished on 13-03-15
    5 years ago
  • Even the best plans
    In 1994, a group of psychology students nearing the end of their honours thesis were asked how long they thought their project would take to submit. Just 30% finished in their predicted time, and the average prediction was 22 days too short.In 2002, US homeowners who were remodelling their kitchens ... read more
    Source: 21st ClubPublished on 13-03-15
    5 years ago
  • The easy way to programme plyometrics and jumps
    Source: Keir Wenham-Flatt – Rugby Strength CoachPublished on 13-03-15
    5 years ago
  • How to destroy (or develop) talent – a case study
    Firstly, sorry for the lack of posts recently...I got sidelined with another project that took up all of my available writing time. Anyway, I'm back and will be back to posting every friday again!   I wanted to share with you a video of a young rugby player who goes by the ... read more
    Source: Stuart Armstrong – The Talent EquationPublished on 12-03-15
    5 years ago
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