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 How to Analyze and Interpret HRV in Sport by matthew belyea
    I’ve been using Ithlete HRV for about the past six months, and are really getting better at understanding the correlations. As a senior athlete ( cyclist ) and a USA cycling coach – I think HRV monitoring and using it as a feedback tool is great in helping me understand ... read more
    Source: SimpliFasterPublished on 31-01-17
    4 years ago
  • Resisted Sprints and Post-Activation Potentiation
    Post-activation potentiation (PAP) can improve sprint performance and is commonly used in practice and research. Although resisted sprinting at heavier loads can improve acute unresisted sprint performance, load and rest intervals must be individual to the athlete. Coaches must understand not only how to implement PAP but also its limitations. ... read more
    Source: SimpliFasterPublished on 31-01-17
    4 years ago
  • Measuring muscle balance in action.
    We talk a lot about muscles, after all they make up 40% of our body weight, and are the origin of our ability to move and to communicate. One very important aspect of muscle functioning and muscle injuries is the balance between the activity of muscles, while exercising. Until now ... read more
    4 years ago
  • Profiling Sports Science 2016 – The Results
    Firstly, thank you to everyone who took the time to contribute to our short survey. We hope it will continue to be an annual event, and that the insights derived from your answers will help to shape the industry, and the part Sports Discovery plays within it. The survey this ... read more
    Source: Sports DiscoveryPublished on 31-01-17
    4 years ago
  • Comment on Running Economy?? Overated.. echinacea and EPO?! by An In-Depth Look at Running Economy – Core Running –
    […] have to give credit to elite coach Steve Magness and two older studies on RE, one by Williams and Cavanagh and the other by Saunders et al. for […] ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 31-01-17
    4 years ago
  • Comment on Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode #31: Bret Contreras by Joel Smith
    Danny, Response to strength programs is fairly individualized. I don’t agree with anyone who claims that one exercise is the ultimate training method, and I’ve found the same response from many of the coaches I’ve spoken to through my podcast. I would say that, in general, I bias training ... read more
    Source: Just Fly Sports PerformancePublished on 30-01-17
    4 years ago
  • Comment on Episode 47: Understanding Interval Training by Ulrich Maier
    Training is not racing. It makes me sad to listen to you guys because all that you are doing is looking for ways to get out just a tiny bit more out of an athlete every time they train. Greed greed greed … Training is about developing of an athlete ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 30-01-17
    4 years ago
  • Comment on The Race to the Bottom (adventures in early and earlier talent ID) by Applied Sports Science newsletter – January 28, 2017 | Sports.BradStenger.com
    […] The Race to the Bottom (adventures in early and earlier talent ID) […] ... read more
    Source: FootblogballPublished on 30-01-17
    4 years ago
  • Harry Carpenter Q&A: Unlocking Your Peak Athletic Performance Through Mastery of the Subconscious Mind
    What if you suddenly had the power to get out of slumps, hit more shots, and train with a better quality, day in and day out? One of my favorite audiobooks I’ve listened to is “The Genie Within: Your Subconscious Mind and How to Use It” by Harry Carpenter.  This ... read more
    Source: Just Fly Sports PerformancePublished on 30-01-17
    4 years ago
  • The Use of RPE in Team Sports
    The use of the RPE scale is growing in popularity in team sports because data collection is easy and accurately assesses the internal load placed on athletes during a training session. Coaches can take this data to plan sessions with specific intensities and manipulate training loads to fit into microcyles. ... read more
    Source: SimpliFasterPublished on 30-01-17
    4 years ago
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