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!

  • Pacey Performance Podcast Episode 30 – Ric Moylan
        In this episode of the Pacey Performance Podcast I speak with performance coach and coach to WBA World Champion boxer, Scott Quigg. I have got to know Ric through Darren Roberts and I can see why those two get on with their no bullsh*t philosophy. I really liked ... read more
    Source: Rob Pacey – Performance PodcastPublished on 01-04-15
    5 years ago
  • Diffusing A Counter Attack With A Kick|Example
    When counter attacking it’s critical for teams to keep their ‘foot on the throat‘ of the opposition if they’re to have any chance of extracting a result from the movement. At the very minimum, net gain at the end of the play or turnover of possession must be achieved. The ... read more
    Source: Stuart Lierich – Kick CoachingPublished on 01-04-15
    5 years ago
  • Science in sport or sport in science: My no. 1 interview question for applied sport science
    Previous blogs in this series1. Introduction2. Making an impressive impression3. Touch, pause and engageActions are the seeds of fate, deeds grow into destiny.                                                            ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 31-03-15
    5 years ago
  • The Sub 2hr marathon- Why Coaches and Scientists don’t understand each other.
    This past week at UH I had the pleasure of sitting in on a talk by Dr. Ed Coyle on ‘how fast could we run a marathon.’ Coyle is a well-established researcher, but he’s most well known for his infamous research on Lance Armstrong that showed improved efficiency over his ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 31-03-15
    5 years ago
  • The Sub 2hr marathon- Why Coaches and Scientists don’t understand each other.
    This past week at UH I had the pleasure of sitting in on a talk by Dr. Ed Coyle on ‘how fast could we run a marathon.’ Coyle is a well-established researcher, but he’s most well known for his infamous research on Lance Armstrong that showed improved efficiency over his ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 31-03-15
    5 years ago
  • #Nutrition | Setting daily carbohydrate intake for athletes: how much is needed? | By @YLMSportScience
    Source: Yann Le Meur – Sport Science InfographicsPublished on 31-03-15
    5 years ago
  • Talk the Game
    by Graham RamsayThe ability to “talk the game” is vital if you consider yourself a good player.  Helping encourage a teammate through a poor period, to motivating players to greater efforts to the bread and butter of giving information to each other.  Good teams demand a lot out of each ... read more
    Source: Can’t Pass Can’t PlayPublished on 31-03-15
    5 years ago
  • Sports nutrition comes of age.
    It has been a long time since I gave my first presentation about sports nutrition, as a matter of fact is is 31 years ago: Orthomolecular nutrition in sport. I even remember the exact date, October 6 1984, because of the uproar it caused amongst coaches, doctors and dieticians. Supplements ... read more
    5 years ago
  • Rugby Skills & The Coaching Environment
    This is a slideshare presentation I delivered to coaches and support staff at professional Italian club, Rugby Rovigo in September 2014. Important to note, although the content is geared toward kicking, the fundamentals of creating a positive learning environment apply to all skills and game concepts. Particular attention must be ... read more
    Source: Stuart Lierich – Kick CoachingPublished on 31-03-15
    5 years ago
  • Yes You Can Counter Attack From A Kick Off In Rugby
    Re starts are such a fascinating subject area when we consider applying attacking principles for the receiving team. At club rugby level, it is fair to say that many kick offs and re starts aren’t ideal for the chasing team, and provide advantage to the receivers. In the case below, ... read more
    Source: Stuart Lierich – Kick CoachingPublished on 31-03-15
    5 years ago
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