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Teaching Coaching Mentoring Consultancy 'Player-Centred Coach' +ve Pedagogy TGfU/GameSense/Constraints-led LTAD GAIN Member
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Wade Gilbert 18h
Thank you Murray for the opportunity to chat about quality coaching and high performing cultures. The article looks good. ‘You win one championship - let's win another, then let's win another' (via )
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Ben Ryan 9h
Being a good coach or teacher has nothing to do with budgets or resources or standing. It is simply about understanding that individual and creating the environment around them that brings out their very best, consistently.
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Stan McChrystal Oct 16
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Nick Hill Coaching 22h
Linking training sessions together... &
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RussellEarnshaw 22h
Slowly dying over the (way too widely held) view that adults think that other adults shouting at their kids is a great way to build character/learn life lessons... 😡
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Wade Gilbert Oct 18
Thank you for the interview John, well done. Wade Gilbert finds Irish rugby ‘really curious about learning’
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Sudamerica Coaching Oct 18
Check out the learning themes for The Future of Learning Conference with from & on 4th & 5th January 2019 To book 🎟 visit👇
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Dr Martin Toms Oct 17
In youth sport we mustn’t solely focus on the <1% of young players who ‘might' make it at the cost of the >99% who could become lifelong participants. It’s about fun, learning, enjoyment, socialising, engagement, legacy & the development of EVERY child regardless of their ability
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Nick Hill Coaching Oct 17
I think that just helps with organising things... & the way year groups in schools/clubs r arranged/organised. With PHV & RAE, this adds another far more detailed/complex factors 2 this debate as well as
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Vern Gambetta Oct 17
I actually prefer not to use the term. It is an organic process based on physical literacy and play. Basic foundation should be physical education. No pathways, too many variables & moving targets.
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Nick Hill Coaching Oct 17
From my experiences the “long term” part is key “Athlete Development” covers all areas Looking @ it as a & applying as
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England Rugby Oct 16
in 2000 switched codes... The rest is history ⚡
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Paul Hunter Oct 16
Can anyone share some evidence to support the effectiveness of LTAD? What are the benefits of adopting LTAD and what are the problems of adopting LTAD? Are there any alternatives to LTAD? Does LTAD help in growing and developing sports? 🤔
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Ross Tucker Oct 16
Here is the full thread of how research has informed a systematic process of trying to reduce risk in . All in one place, with a few new thoughts. Again, if you feel this may help anyone in the field, please share, & thanks for your time!
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Greg Thompson Oct 16
One of our students modified a diagonal chop and lift we learned years ago as a backward lunge/med ball movement from Steve Myrland. Our student lunged forward and used a sandbell.
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Ross Tucker Oct 15
Right, rugby (and other contact sport) friends, gather round and let me try to share with you some slides & ideas I presented at the Conference on Collision sport in London last week. This set was on nudging safer behavior, it’s a thread. But it’ll have pictures…1/
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Ross Tucker Oct 15
Replying to @Scienceofsport
48/ Again, sorry for length. I’m going to take the thread and turn it into a blog post too, so people can read it that way, but thanks for following, & please do share the thread, because I think the more the message gets out the better for safety. Cheers!
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Ross Tucker Oct 15
Replying to @Scienceofsport
20/ So again, we ask the experts “How do we get the tackler lower?”. And we discuss this for hours, lively debate. Some people think it was done flippantly, I can assure you it wasn’t. Every option was considered. Broadly we come up with three phases (hypotheses), as shown here:
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HMMR Media Oct 12
"Why would I spend an hour in the car to take my son to practice and watch someone tell them what to do while they barely touch the ball? Why not just play? Adults are getting in the way of children developing." - on this week's podcast:
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Nick Hill Coaching Oct 14
Sam Cane last week. So it’s already happnened at the highest level.
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