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!

  • The power of a well-chosen image; EEG measures of brain activity and exercise
    This picture: …occasionally does the rounds on Twitter, often spurred by tweets from the kind of evidence-phobic accounts that publish whole lists of mind-blowing ‘facts’, at least 50% of which are made up. This picture has also spurred about a billion blog posts (like here, here and here), somewhat ... read more
    6 years ago
  • Make the Familiar Strange: one action that can transform your coaching
    I have recently achieved an amazing thing, and I feel very proud of myself.  In fact, as I walked away from the encounter with a broad grin on my face, I found myself doing that least English of all things: I punched the air!So what have I done?  I've opened ... read more
    6 years ago
  • A quick guide to single leg training
    A quick one today on the value of single leg training for rugby: In case you didn’t know, single leg training is a vital component of any rugby strength and conditioning programme, and it offers a multitude of benefits to [...] CONTINUE READING The post A quick guide to ... read more
    Source: Keir Wenham-Flatt – Rugby Strength CoachPublished on 16-06-14
    6 years ago
  • New Column with Psychology Today
    I am delighted to report that I have recently started a: with the hugely popular psychology today magazine!The focus of the column is the relationship between sport, physical activity and learning.I will continue to publish entries to Talking Education and Sport.  And in the meantime, please do check out my ... read more
    6 years ago
  • Try this lineout specific warm up
    Here is a lineout specific warm up I recently devised to be performed by forwards before lineout practice. The aim of this warm up is to adequately prepare both lifters and jumpers for subsequent activity in around 10-15 minutes. The only [...] CONTINUE READING The post Try this lineout specific ... read more
    Source: Keir Wenham-Flatt – Rugby Strength CoachPublished on 13-06-14
    6 years ago
  • Comment on Ricky Ponting MasterClass by จักรยานออกกำลังกาย 
    Hello there I am so glad I found your blog page, I really found you by mistake, while I was searching on Askjeeve for something else, Regardless I am here now and would just like to say cheers for a fantastic post and a all round interesting blog (I also ... read more
    6 years ago
  • Strength training with Gym Aware
    The body shows remarkable little interest in what the coach has to say Frans Bosch, Biomechanics Professor More and more research shows that coaching in strength training is less about getting an athlete to follow instructions and more about creating [...] CONTINUE READING The post Strength training with Gym ... read more
    Source: Keir Wenham-Flatt – Rugby Strength CoachPublished on 12-06-14
    6 years ago
  • By: Marian Harrington
    The Secret of Literacy is excellent, full of good ideas. ... read more
    Source: David Didau – The Learning SpyPublished on 10-06-14
    6 years ago
  • How your perceptions influence reality
    The last time I mentioned dating in my blog, I got the most hits in my blogs history thanks to my spiel about breaking up with a girl because she did crossfit. So I figured I should use that same ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 10-06-14
    6 years ago
  • How your perceptions influence reality
                The last time I mentioned dating in my blog, I got the most hits in my blogs history thanks to my spiel about breaking up with a girl because she did crossfit. So I figured I should use that same tactic again, to attract more visitors who don’t find ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 10-06-14
    6 years ago
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