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.Read More 4 stage model to athletic development – Part 2!
The cycle of learning…Read More The problem is you don’t know what you don’t know…
Not all Sports Science costs millions of pounds…Read More 5 ways to implement Sports Science for free!
Think outside the box and plan what you want, why you want to want it and how many exercises you can use it for.Read More 5 ways to build your S&C facility on a budget
Is changing your mind a negative thing?Read More When was the last time you changed your mind?
What are the most important characteristics for successful, long term coaching?Read More The 4 abilities for successful coaching
In this installment of the “Ask the Expert” series, I interview Trainee Sport Psychologist Andy Blyth…Read More Ask the Expert – Andy Blyth (Simply Perform)
Andy is the Strength and Conditioning Coach at Barnard Castle School and PEP Sports weeks performance sports camps, as well as the Throws and Speed Coach at Darlington Harriers Athletics Club.Read More Ask the Expert – Andy Woodward (Barnard Castle School)
Here’s the latest in our “Youth Athlete” video series aimed at informing coaches and parents of youth athletes. As always, please like, share and comment as you see fit! You can like us on Facebook too. Here is a great example of a RAMP style warm up, applied at Barcelona FC: Are you a grassroots youth […]Read More Warming Up and the Youth Athlete (Video)
Digby is the Athletic Development Coach at Kingswood School, as well as being a qualified science and maths teacher…Read More Ask the Expert – Digby Webb (Kingswood School)