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  • How many days a week should you do speed training?

    How many days a week should you do speed training?

    Speed training is an essential component of many sports and fitness programs, including running, football, basketball, and rugby. It helps athletes improve their running technique, explosiveness, and overall performance on the field or court. However, the frequency of speed training can be a tricky question to answer, as it depends on several factors, including your…

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  • Essential Training for Rugby – Speed

    Essential Training for Rugby – Speed

    Rugby is a high-intensity sport that requires players to possess a combination of strength, power, and speed. Speed is a crucial component of rugby as it enables players to quickly move around the field, evade opponents, and make important tackles. Speed training is a vital part of a rugby player’s training program, and in this…

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  • How to get the most out of your Wall Drills

    Today I’m gonna talk about real quick sharp get straight into it. I recently did a post on Instagram “how to organize your wall drills for seamless acceleration” and it got a load of traction so I thought I’d bring it into the fold. If you’re a coach or an athlete wall drills get shut…

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  • BODYWEIGHT STRENGTH TRAINING

    BODYWEIGHT STRENGTH TRAINING

    NEW YOUTUBE VIDEO: BODYWEIGHT STRENGTH TRAINING: 3 REASONS WHY YOU NEED BODYWEIGHT EXERCISES TO GET STRONG AND FAST Bodyweight strength training for athletes is an incredibly powerful means when done properly. Almost in every athlete’s training journey, there are disruptions. There are times where you cannot get to the gym or do not have the…

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  • Strength and Conditioning Internship

    Strength and Conditioning Internship

    Voluntary Strength and Conditioning Coach Internship – London Scottish Rugby PROGRAM AND COACH FROM DAY ONE!!! If you are looking to gain experience and insight into a professional sporting environment then I invite you to apply for this unique opportunity.  Coming into the 20/21 Rugby Championship season London Scottish are looking to hungry coaches to…

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  • What Strength Training Youth Athletes should do

    What Strength Training Youth Athletes should do

    Strength training as a whole is a huge part within professional, amateur and youth athletic development across multiple sports. When delivered in an appropriate system, strength training can have a major impact on long term athletic development (LTAD). This impact can have a lasting effect by increasing the longevity of a sports person’s career as…

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  • Youth athletes strength and conditioning start here.

    Youth athletes strength and conditioning start here.

    Learning to Train: Stage 1 when Training Youth Athletes Welcome back to the blog series on youth athletes strength and conditioning. But if you are new here make sure you check out the previous article on Youth Athletic Development. In the early 2000’s, Balyi and Hamilton were the first authors to release a research paper…

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  • Lower back pain crushed with these simple steps.

    Lower back pain crushed with these simple steps.

    Lower back pain is a terrible problem to deal with. Now that a vast majority of the population of the planet has been resorting to working from home I am receiving a lot of messages about this issue. If you have any questions, drop me a message. What I have decided to do is put…

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  • A Mobility Routine for increased energy

    A Mobility Routine for increased energy

    A mobility routine or mobility flow as people like to call them are a great tool to warm up the body before training. They comprise of selective movements targeting range of motion and specific strengthening. A mobility routine can also have secondary benefits. Such as relieving stress and increasing energy. This is perfect if you…

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  • Youth strength and conditioning series. Body Awareness

    Youth strength and conditioning series. Body Awareness

    This is the first instalment in a series of blog posts discussing ideas surrounding youth strength and conditioning training. We will also be discussing the popular phenomenon of long-term athletic development (LTAD). In this article, I’ll be writing about my view of what it means to create body awareness, why it’s important for youth athletes…

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