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!

  • Physiological Model of Training- Why it and “zone training” are outdated
                    I hate zone training.  It’s a pet peeve of mine.  I hate the idea and the concept behind it.  But so many coaches out there use it, and in actuality we all tend to classify workouts into different zones.  I’ve wrestled with trying to explain my hatred for zone ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 15-06-12
    7 years ago
  • Top 10. applications: No. 7 Seeking inspiration
    When this topic broke in the mid to late 1990s I am ashamed to say I desperately misjudged the physiological mechanisms that underpinned the positive effect of inspiratory muscle training. In the 5 stages of innovation adoption, 1) Awareness. 2) Interest. 3) Evaluation. 4) Trial and finally 5) Adoption, I ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 13-06-12
    7 years ago
  • A bunch of Scientific research from ACSM conference
    Last week was the big American College of Sports Medicine annual meeting.  I wasn’t in attendance as I was at the Prefontaine classic. So instead I had the pleasure of browsing through the 3,500+ abstracts that were presented at the ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 08-06-12
    7 years ago
  • A bunch of Scientific research from ACSM conference
    Last week was the big American College of Sports Medicine annual meeting.  I wasn’t in attendance as I was at the Prefontaine classic. So instead I had the pleasure of browsing through the 3,500+ abstracts that were presented at the conference.  There were a lot of interesting studies to pop ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 08-06-12
    7 years ago
  • Top 10 applications: No. 8 A fan of cooling
    I have a vision of three local folk in the ancient town of Marathon wandering about in blue and silver striped waistcoats unsure if they are looking cool, but not actually feeling cool. They are probably curious about the horizontal panels in their waistcoat, containing some form of crystals - ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 06-06-12
    7 years ago
  • TOTAL (AUSTRALIAN) FOOTBALL
    While researching for the recent blog on junior football player development I came across many sites explaining the Dutch “Total Football” system of play and its refinement by Spanish teams such as Barcelona and Real Madrid. Many of the elements can be seen in the tactical experience of Australian football ... read more
    Source: Shane Pill – Learning through SportPublished on 31-05-12
    7 years ago
  • What might junior Australian football learn from soccer?
    As a coach of soccer/football and Australian football I have the opportunity to observe the player development pathways of both sports. A recent twitter conversation stimulated by the English FA move to a 'Dutch style' small-sided games curriculum for junior football game development got me reflecting on my experience of the ... read more
    Source: Shane Pill – Learning through SportPublished on 31-05-12
    7 years ago
  • Top 10 applications: No.9 Hitting the buffers
    David Bruce (DB) Dill of the Harvard Fatigue Laboratory was the first to systematically, explore exercise tolerance in response to the manipulation of blood acid-base balance. His group and several others had first increased blood acidity and noticed a worsening of exercise performance. This led them to developing the hypothesising ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 30-05-12
    7 years ago
  • Top 10 applications, No. 10 “A well-spent day brings happy sleep”, (Leonardo da Vinci)
    No. 10 - SleepSometime around the summer of 2002 I was roped into participating in a study by Charlie Pedlar. For three days, we carted down to the sleep laboratories at Surrey University and spent about an hour having wires glued to my head, jaw, chin, arm, leg before going ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 24-05-12
    7 years ago
  • Top 10 applications of sports physiology (coming soon)
    I have drawn up the list, redrawn it, kept the list by my bedside (sad isn't it?) and mulled it over and over. So from next week I will start a weekly run down of the top 10 applications of sports physiology. Let me get my disclaimers in before I ... read more
    Source: Steve Ingham – Sport SciencePublished on 22-05-12
    7 years ago
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