An Alternative look at the physical preparation of GAA Players

In previous blog posts I have written about the bigger picture, planning your season and the different factors that players need to satisfy for the demands of the game. Today I will look at the way I feel top level teams could plan out their training demands. First I think we should look at what […]

What one thing could we do to give our players a chance of a more successful season?

What one thing could we do to give our players a chance of a more successful season? In my last blog post I wrote about the bigger picture, communication, education and leaving a lasting impact or creating a culture within a team or club. We are far too short-sighted in our approach as sports people […]

Strength & Conditioning – the Bigger Picture, Communication, Education and Leaving a Lasting Impact

Strength and Conditioning- the Bigger Picture, Communication, Education and Leaving a Lasting Impact I have written in the past about ‘why’ I have become a strength and conditioning coach, today I am going to write about some of the lessons I have learned, the changes I would like to see and where I feel the […]

Stereotypical Runner

One thing I am gradually learning is not to judge a book by its cover But when it comes to stereotypes Runners, joggers, distance athletes etc invariably fall into this category this is not just based on impressions this is based on years of experience and evidence Runners as a category tend to have the […]

Master the Front Squat

Master The Exercise – Series If you like to train hard either inside or outside of the gym you may have a tendency to try and progress the exercise too soon before you have mastered the technique. We totally get that, it is very easy be impatient in the gym, particularly when working out on […]