Unless you have been living under a rock, you would know all about the fantastic infographics produced by YLM – French Sport Scientist, Yann Le Meur, PhD. He has literally created 100s of infographics focussing on research in sport science, … Read the rest
As Tupac wrote. ‘…things will never be the same’
This blog has been writing itself in my head over the past 4-6 weeks after listening to Derek Evely on the HMMR media podcast. The episode titled ‘Changes’ discusses the use … Read the rest
Selective thinking could be another way to describe the phenomenon of Confirmation Bias. Whereby, people begin to look for or confirm their own beliefs and ignore or undervalue information which may contradict their views or beliefs.
Essentially, people would rather … Read the rest
Coaching is all about relationships. Period. There really is nothing else. Athletes will not listen or buy-in to coaches’ they have not formed a connection with.
The past week has been perhaps the most traumatic week of my life. As … Read the rest
Every time I open my Twitter account, there seems to be more research and information released specific to Force-Velocity Profiles (FVP). It is becoming of greater interest to understand that although homogenous training is necessary at specific times during the … Read the rest
This is a concept that has been around quite a while but of recent times gathered more steam on social media. Minimal Effective Dose (MED) refers to giving the athlete the smallest training dose (or stimulus) to elicit the desired … Read the rest
I put together this infographic last week after reading the new text by Frans Bosch, Strength Training & Coordination: An Integrative Approach.
Some parts of the text are pretty dense reading (which is similar to his previous text ‘Running’) but … Read the rest