Imagine you are dining in a nice Michelin Star restaurant. You enjoy a delicious starter, followed by a great main course and a decadent dessert. You have had a fantastic experience and your tastebuds have been sent into overdrive. It’s a brilliant experience and you’ve thoroughly enjoyed yourself. You thank the chef and the service […]Read More It’s not you, it’s Gordon Ramsay…
Athletic Evolution is pleased to announce two exciting workshops taking place in Edinburgh in November!Read More Upcoming Workshops!
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!
Recently I’ve had a bit of a realisation. I’ve noticed in the athletes I’ve coached directly, or witnessed who have progressed on to higher levels in their sport…that they seem to share the same trait.Read More The secret ingredient to athletic development…
What’s Ghandi got to do with S&C?Read More Why youth strength and conditioning is a failure… (Part 1)
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
The latest Ask the Expert interview comes from Nottingham Forest FC U18 Sport Scientist, and host of the “Growing Up Strong” podcast, Sam Joyce.Read More Ask the Expert – Sam Joyce (Nottingham Forest FC)
The week’s interview comes all the way from New Zealand…Read More Ask the Expert – Dr Craig Harrison (The Athlete Development Show)
In this “Ask the Expert” interview I spoke to the owner of Specific Strength and Fitness…Read More Ask the Expert – Mark Laurie (Specific Strength & Fitness)