Category: coaching

What Triathletes Will LOSE in 5 Years’ Time

What Triathletes Will LOSE in 5 Years’ Time

A lot of fuss is made about GAINS for triathletes, but I predict that in the next 5 years triathletes will LOSE something and gain something HUGE out of it. What’s my prediction? I predict that in the next 5 years, triathletes will NOT see… […]

The Hidden Plague That Ravishes Sports Clubs

The Hidden Plague That Ravishes Sports Clubs

It’s pretty obvious what happens to players or club members when they get injured. They have to take themselves away for a while, speak to a professional and get it sorted out. But there’s a wider, more devastating impact that those injuries have on clubs. […]

Why Coaches Are the Most Underused Asset in the Injury Cycle

Why Coaches Are the Most Underused Asset in the Injury Cycle

Coaches are on the front line, day in, day out, helping train our athletes right from being tiny tots, to competing on the World Stage. It seems that the industry is happy for them to be responsible for the majority of the movement those individuals […]

How to Get Started Building Injury Free Athletes

How to Get Started Building Injury Free Athletes

Since the advent of the internet, we are communicating in person less and less. We don’t call each other anymore, we text, email or use social media. As a society, we are distancing ourselves further and further from ourselves and each other (just take a […]

How to Confidently Predict Sporting Injury

How to Confidently Predict Sporting Injury

Predictions are difficult, aren’t they? Especially when it comes to sporting injury. Most injuries seem to come out of nowhere, with the smallest of movements – how is it even possible to predict them?   Well, firstly, injuries may appear to “just happen”, but they […]

#1 Thing Coaches Need to Understand to Improve Athlete Performance

#1 Thing Coaches Need to Understand to Improve Athlete Performance

  There’s a lot of pressure on coaches these days, both from the athlete to deliver results, and from the industry to incorporate increasing amounts of technical elements into each session. Trying to balance what the athlete wants (just get on with the training) with […]