LTAD – BS or Brilliant? (Part 1)

“Long Term Athlete Development” or LTADĀ is a phrase that gets thrown around a lot in sport today. If you hang around any grassroots club long enough you’ll find some fancy chart on a wall with lots of nice colours and specific age brackets detailing how to turn your uncoordinated kid into the next (…insert famous […]

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Youth Strength Training – Book Review

I’ve decided to start reviewing a book each month on a variety of topics from basic training principles, methodology, psychology and general youth-sport related topics. The reasons for these reviews are two fold: It forces me to think about my own development and ensure I read a book each month It may be useful to […]

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Back to the drawing board

Last night I had my first session providing strength and conditioning sessions working at a basketball club. I remember when having the initial discussions with the club, they asked “What is the ideal group size for you?”. I didn’t really give this much concern as in the past this hasn’t really been an option to […]

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