Month: December 2019

The Coffee That Changed A Decade?

The Coffee That Changed A Decade?

Where were you this time 10 years ago? Most people have high hopes for the coming year, making all kinds of plans, but around this time a decade ago, the bottom was about to drop out of my world – that turned out to be […]

Ridiculous & Dangerous Fitness Industry Practices #6 – Insisting on “Correct” Technique

Ridiculous & Dangerous Fitness Industry Practices #6 – Insisting on “Correct” Technique

If there’s one teaching point that’s GUARANTEED to cause injury… ​ Kicking in swim training is one thing that a lot of adult swimmers and triathletes struggle with. There’s a sinking feeling of dread that goes through their bodies when they read the word “kick” […]

Ridiculous & Dangerous Fitness Industry Practices #4 – Foam Rolling

Ridiculous & Dangerous Fitness Industry Practices #4 – Foam Rolling

The problem with the dissemination of information is that the further it travels, the more the information gets tweaked and altered based on what people can remember…it’s a bit like the game “Chinese Whispers” we used to play as kids. We’d all sit in a […]

Ridiculous & Dangerous Fitness Industry Practices #1 [VIDEO]

Ridiculous & Dangerous Fitness Industry Practices #1 [VIDEO]

Discover how the simple practice of asking if anyone is carrying any injuries is: – actually creating more of a problem than it’s solving– has problematic implications for individuals and coaches– tempting experienced coaches into dangerous territory– and much more! If you’re a coach and […]

How Sports and Fitness Coaches Can CASH IN on the New Year Surge…through January and beyond!

How Sports and Fitness Coaches Can CASH IN on the New Year Surge…through January and beyond!

We all know it’s coming. It happens every year. People are falling over themselves to get fit in January, but by the end of the month, they’ve vanished. Disappeared. Was it something we said? Or worse…was it something we did? It’s not very likely it […]

The TRUE Cost of Injuries? (and it’s not money)

The TRUE Cost of Injuries? (and it’s not money)

Let’s imagine for a second that you love triathlon (it’s difficult, I know, but bear with me). You’re a member of your local club. You go to multiple group sessions that they run every week (swim, track, turbo etc.). In fact, triathlon has become much […]