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!

  • Understanding Stride Rate and Stride Length
    Speed= Stride length X Stride frequency This simple equation is a staple in sprinting and biomechanics material. It simply means that to see a change in speed you’ve either got to increase the ground you cover (stride length) or increase your turnover (stride frequency) or some combination of the two. ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 03-11-10
    9 years ago
  • Predict finish based on running form
    First off, I wrote an article for Running Times online that is now up on their site.  It’s called: Avoiding the Hard/Easy Trap.  In it I discuss why moderate or easier workouts need to be included in your training plan.  ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 01-11-10
    9 years ago
  • Predict finish based on running form
    First off, I wrote an article for Running Times online that is now up on their site.  It’s called: Avoiding the Hard/Easy Trap.  In it I discuss why moderate or easier workouts need to be included in your training plan.  So take a look and hopefully it helps you out: ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 01-11-10
    9 years ago
  • Digging Deep- Willpower and running
    In my last post I asked the question of how many times we could go to the well in training. Implied in the discussion was the idea that going to the well fatigues us in a profound way and that ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 28-10-10
    9 years ago
  • Digging Deep- Willpower and running
    In my last post I asked the question of how many times we could go to the well in training. Implied in the discussion was the idea that going to the well fatigues us in a profound way and that if we go there too often we “overtrain” or “burnout” ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 28-10-10
    9 years ago
  • ACHPER SA HPE Leaders Forum 251010: Cloud computing
    Garry Putland, an IT and e-learning consultant, described cloud computing and the exciting potential it holds for sport related games teaching in physical education. Cloud computing is over-the-Internet provision of tools and aps rather than computer housed and determined tools. Instead of having to use computer based or networked software ... read more
    Source: Shane Pill – Learning through SportPublished on 26-10-10
    9 years ago
  • Going to the well and Seeing God- How hard should workouts be?
    Going to the well and seeing God: As runners we take pride on pushing through pain and testing our limits. It is essentially what the sport is about. However, there seems to be a finite number of times that we ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 20-10-10
    9 years ago
  • Going to the well and Seeing God- How hard should workouts be?
    Going to the well and seeing God: As runners we take pride on pushing through pain and testing our limits. It is essentially what the sport is about. However, there seems to be a finite number of times that we can dig as deep as we can and pull out ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 20-10-10
    9 years ago
  • The Genetics of Obesity: The Thrifty Gene Hypothesis
    While this topic has little to do with running, it is pertinent and interesting.  For one of my grad school classes I had to explore the genetic side of Obesity, in particular the Thrifty Gene hypotehsis.  The paper and presentation ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 13-10-10
    9 years ago
  • The Genetics of Obesity: The Thrifty Gene Hypothesis
    While this topic has little to do with running, it is pertinent and interesting.  For one of my grad school classes I had to explore the genetic side of Obesity, in particular the Thrifty Gene hypotehsis.  The paper and presentation is below.  My take away from all the research is ... read more
    Source: Steve Magness – Science of RunningPublished on 13-10-10
    9 years ago
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