Sam Guy & Rob Smaldon: Running a successful youth coaching business

In this episode Sam Guy and Rob Smaldon, Founders of Cornwall High Performance (CHP) discuss: Their varied sporting backgrounds. How Cornwall High Performance began. The challenges they face coaching youth athletes. The autonomy of running your own business vs being an employed coach. Advice for those running a youth coaching business. You can listen to […]

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Grant Mcleod: Creating a common coaching language

In this episode Grant Mcleod, Head of Performance Projects at Buriram United FDP discusses: The challenges of coaching in a foreign language and culture in Thailand. Creating a common coaching vocabulary and syllabus. Using small sided games to develop technical skill and conditioning. Why different age groups require specialist coaches. You can listen to the […]

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Shane Fitzgibbon: 6 x World Champion in Tae Kwon Do

In this episode Shane discusses: The influences behind his entry into Martial Arts. His dual career in Martial Arts Instructing and Strength & Conditioning Coaching. His “Why” for coaching kids in particular, with one of the best coaches a compliment can receive! The 4 chores he makes all his students/clients complete. Why “3rd party power” […]

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Fergus Pringle: From South Africa to Edinburgh Rugby

From South Africa to Edinburgh Rugby with the Watsonians Super 6 Head Coach and former Romania Under 20’s Coach and East Lothian Development Officer… *This podcast was originally recorded in January 2018* In this episode Fergus discusses: Growing up in South Africa playing cricket, rugby, squash and hockey How he got into coaching as a […]

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