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.

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  • Monitoring locomotor load in soccer: is metabolic power, powerful?
    Buchheit M, Manouvrier C, Cassirame J and Morin JB. Monitoring locomotor load in soccer: is metabolic power, powerful? Int J Sport Med, In press, 2015.  Full text here  Figure 1. Oxygen uptake (VO2), speed and metabolic power estimated from locomotor demands (PGPS) during the warm-up and the 3 exercise ... read more
    Source: Martin BuchheitPublished on 29-06-15
    5 years ago
  • Change of direction speed in soccer: How much braking is enough?
    Hader K, Palazzi D and Buchheit M. Change of direction speed in soccer: How much braking is enough? Kinesiology 47(2015) 1:44-52 Full text here   Figure 1. Running speed during 20-m sprints with (45º and 90º) or without (straight line, SL) change of direction. The grey area represents the change ... read more
    Source: Martin BuchheitPublished on 29-06-15
    5 years ago
  • Rant: “Harsh” Yellow Cards and Try Savers
    Over the weekend, in a hotly contested Waratahs v Hurricanes match, a ‘Tahs player was binned for a swinging arm that made contact to a player’s head. Notoriously one-eyed announcer Phil Kearns, and many ‘Tahs fans, felt it “harsh”. You can see the clip here: [link] You can hear the ... read more
    Source: Conversational Rugby – Rob NicholPublished on 29-06-15
    5 years ago
  • Comment on Review: Frans Bosch Clinic by Jake
    For whatever reason this article is still one of the main things that pops up when you search for Bosch stuff! Great, great notes man. Did Frans indicate or mention any ways which we could measure “muscle slack”? Trying to incorporate some of this stuff into my PhD… Thanks! ... read more
    Source: Patrick Ward – Optimum Sports PerformancePublished on 29-06-15
    5 years ago
  • The Perturbation Experiment as a Way to Study Perception
    When you study perception, your goal is to control the flow of information going into the system so that you can measure the resulting behaviour and evaluate how that information is being used. There are two ways to do this, one (sometimes) used by me, one used by, well, everyone ... read more
    Source: Notes from Two Scientific PsychologistsPublished on 26-06-15
    5 years ago
  • Psychometric and physiological responses to a pre-season competitive camp in the heat with a 6-hr time difference in elite soccer players
    Buchheit, M., Cholley Y. and Lambert P. Psychometric and physiological responses to a pre-season competitive camp in the heat with a 6-hr time difference in elite soccer players. IJSPP, In press. Purpose. The aim of the present study was to examine in elite soccer players some psychometric and physiological responses ... read more
    Source: Martin BuchheitPublished on 26-06-15
    5 years ago
  • Inhaling nitrous oxide: it’s no laughing matter
    Over the past few months, there has been an increasing number of players inhaling recreational drugs. For a while now we have been used to the stories of Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere caught on social media when out drinking booze, smoking cigarettes or shisha pipes. This sort of thing ... read more
    Source: The Secret PhysioPublished on 25-06-15
    5 years ago
  • The S&C Paradox
    It’s currently a busy time for me writing preseason training programmes for the teams and athletes that I work with. Working with diverse athletic populations forces me to really consider the intended purpose of the training that I am prescribing within the programmes, and most recently I have been giving ... read more
    Source: Mark Williams – MatchFit YouthPublished on 24-06-15
    5 years ago
  • The S&C Paradox
    It’s currently a busy time for me writing preseason training programmes for the teams and athletes that I work with. Working with diverse athletic populations forces me to really consider the intended purpose of the training that I am prescribing within the programmes, and most recently I have been giving ... read more
    Source: Mark Williams – MatchFit YouthPublished on 24-06-15
    5 years ago
  • Zen & the Art of Performance Coaching
    Part 1: The Classic and Romantic Split in Coaching I recently finished reading a book that had a huge impact on how I think about coaching, performance and my path to becoming the best I can be in both disciplines. The book had nothing directly to do with coaching or ... read more
    Source: Tom Farrow – Arete PerformancePublished on 21-06-15
    5 years ago
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