Dr Kavanagh is a lecturer and researcher at Bournemouth University, as well as chartered sport scientist specializing in performance psychology…Read More Ask the Expert – Dr Emma Kavanagh (Bournemouth University)
Why coaches need to maintain a good work/rest balance for their athletes and themselves!Read More Why a “No Days Off” mentality sucks for coaches (Part 2)
Why I believe in process based coaching over outcome based coaching…Read More Coaching – Journey or Destination?
Athletic Evolution: Is there room for values in youth sport? Here is a link to a guest blog I recently wrote for Richard Cashman’s “The Sporting Influencer” You can read the article via Is there room for values in youth sport? — The Sporting Influencer Please like, comment and share as you see fit! Are you a […]Read More Is there room for values in youth sport? — The Sporting Influencer
This is a very interesting and thought provoking read. It provides a pretty candid view into the culture of one of the most successful sports teams of all time.Read More Legacy – Book Review
In my opinion anyone who has anything to do with the development of children should read this book annually! I’m talking anyone involved in a sporting, academic or relational contextRead More The Growth Mindset – Book Review
Some time ago I attended a UKSport Talent Coaches Breakfast seminar at Bournemouth University, given by a sports psychology lecturer Bryan Jones. He told a story from his time working with a Midlands football club. He told us the story of two vastly different youth players. The first was recruited from Germany, a talented young […]Read More Not too little, not too much