I have already highlighted in my previous blogs that I find it challenging to remember, focus on and apply key elements of various principles; therefore I constantly find myself having to re-read them as a refresh. However, a “refresh” is a good thing, right?
“Another Principle!” I hear you say? In our professional world, there is a vast amount of principles to learn, digest and apply. I find it challenging to remember, focus on and apply key elements of these varying principles; therefore I constantly find myself having to re-read them as a refresh. However, a “refresh” is a good thing, right?
Are you focusing on or designing your programme around the correct training principles during the season for your athlete(s)?
We all want to get the most out of our athlete(s) throughout the year and we have already discussed the fine line between Overreaching vs Overtraining. However, are you applying the Principles of Training effectively?
"It’s a long road ahead” This phrase will never leave me. One of the most humble of mentors I have had– Tom Clough, said this to me at Bradford Bulls in 2011, and I totally agree.
Can you define Strength & Conditioning? Do you know what a Strength & Conditioning coach does?
Strength & Conditioning (S&C) is essential and very much a necessity in sport. However, do you know what it is or involves for either the coach or an athlete?
In this blog, I shall outline why S&C proves to be such a pivotal role and an important part in developing athletic performances of athletes.