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Stephen Harvey 6h
Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: Positive Pedagogy Meets Performance Science w'Mike Young
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Brett Bartholomew 16h
You shouldn’t be joining social media because you want a following- you should be joining it to share thoughts and helpful insight. If you do the latter effectively and consistently the rest takes care of itself. The medium isn’t the issue. It’s usually the messenger(s).
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Nick Hill Coaching 8h
Replying to @Joe_Eisenmann
Here’s one of the seasons...
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Nick Hill Coaching 8h
Replying to @Joe_Eisenmann
That’s why I posted what I did... World Rugby wouldn’t cut out data. Plus the ongoing English Premiership long-term Injury Surveilance Project wouldn’t either.
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HMMR Media 17h
In today’s world of fast information and big data it is easy to forget that we coach people, not numbers. A simple guideline to help focus on what matters is to remember the 3 C’s: connect, convey, and convince. More from :
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Rugby Strength Coach 12h
Ever hear about that coach who got appointed to a senior position at a desirable team/institution after seeing it advertised on a job site/twitter thread? Me neither. Jobs are being GIVEN based on network and relationships. Operate accordingly.
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Alex Yi 14h
Replying to @DerekMHansen
Any who‘ve seen him before 🏈 games knows he was that ONE guy directing 100+ athletes in warm-ups. Quite front and center 😹 Love Rad and have sat to talk to him outside of work @ Oregon Athletics, as well. Always gave time to mentor and advise future strength coach classmates
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Derek M. Hansen Apr 19
Great pic and quote by Coach Radcliffe. Someone I met back in the 1990's and had an influence on me getting into the performance field.
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CoachStClairNewman 13h
Replying to @DerekMHansen
Legend in the coaching profession. So much respect for him.
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Jermain King 13h
Out with the old and in with the new!
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CoachStClairNewman 13h
Replying to @NH_Coaching_
Usual problem ... putting money before people’s health.
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Simon Brown 15h
Thanks to for flagging this one. Really sobering article. Sobering in the sense that there's still any kind of debate. At Colorado, a Breach in Football’s Wall
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Nick Hill Coaching 17h
“NFL gathered data in an effort 2study dangers of concussions. 887 recorded...consistently described as every head injury... ...database served as backbone 4committee’s 13 research papers. ...@ least 100 concussions were not included in league’s studies.“
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Nick Hill Coaching 17h
Have 2worry when Uread this... “NFL declined 2make Dr. Pellman available 4interview...study’s epidemiologist, who no longer works on behalf of NFL/The editor of Neurosurgery when papers were published, didn’t respond 2interview requests.”
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Nick Hill Coaching 17h
Why teaching & coaching in sport MUST change 4 the BETTER... “I taught players what I was taught,” he said. And what was that technique? “Put your helmet right in the guy’s jaw and drive up through his throat to his head,” he said.”
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James Marshall Apr 19
I agree. Nothing like it in the UK and also involved in that discussion.
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andrea masi Apr 19
For those obsessed about weight.. These three are the lightest players in the world and also the hardest to bring down! Credit to
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Patrick McHugh Apr 19
I am not sure if this article does much service to the craft of coaching or the culture of major college football. But sadly it seems to be the reality. When Oregon made it to the National Championship game their program philosophy was more progressive than this.
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Training Ground Guru 22h
“I believe you build resilience into players and that protects them from injury, so we’ve had a much more aggressive training approach since I’ve been here.” Director of Performance
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Andrew Frapwell Apr 18
Petition: Make PE a core subject from KS1-KS5 with a minimum of 2hrs allocated weekly
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