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…
If you’re anything like me, you enjoy a good meal. Especially a steak… For me, you just can’t beat a piece of quality, aged beef cooked to medium rare, or some slow roasted barbecue pulled pork, or a nice beef joint roasted slowly. If you cast your mind back to a really memorable meal, I […]Read More Are you microwaving your athletes?
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)
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)
Phil is a friend and former colleague of mine. He is currently a Lecturer and PhD researcher at Teeside University.Read More Ask the Expert – Phil Williamson (Teeside University)
In this installment, we introduce squatting to our young athletes!Read More Athletic 8: Goblet Squat
In the previous post here, we discussed an alternative method (The Session RPE) method as an economical and effective way of monitoring fatigue within your youth athletes.Read More Monitoring made easy! (Part 2)
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)