What aspects of your athletes’ training are you so distant from that you may have forgotten, not be empathetic with, or understand?
I recently decided to become a beginner again. I found the whole process daunting, intimidating but exciting! But here’s why I think it was beneficial overall!
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I found this really interesting and as I was reading each archetype, it was opening my eyes to the athletes I coach…
On June 27th, I made the 4.5 hour drive from Edinburgh to Leeds to attend the “S&C for Team Sports” workshop run by the UKSCA at Leeds Beckett University. Overall it was both informative and beneficial.
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After the recent post on a 4 Stage model to athletic development, I received a lot of feedback online as to how this might pertain to other movements other than squatting. So I decided to add some more content surrounding the other fundamental movements.
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I hugely enjoyed my time on the Island and would recommend it to anyone considering attending the conference in the future.
I’ve just returned from presenting at the Jersey Sport Foundation Conference and have to say I had a fantastic time.
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I’ve recently been re-thinking about how I teach and progress novice trainers to advanced training status and it has lead to some revised thoughts on what principles and methods might be best to use in this process. The result is this 4 stage model.
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I’ve heard lots of positive things about Triphasic Training, so I decided to get stuck in myself!
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