As the year draws to a close, it's time to release the most popular blogs of 2015. (You can see 2014's most popular here. It's seven this year as six and seven were tied!)
We'd again like to say a massive thanks to all writers who've given their time to share thoughts and expertise over the year.
Without further ado, here are our most read posts of 2015 (in alphabetical order).
A day in the life of David Guest (video) - DAVID GUEST
In the form of video showing a day in the life of David Guest - the Assistant Coach and Performance Analyst for the Kookaburras (Australian Men's Hockey Team). Australia won the World Hockey League this month and go to the Olympics as the No.1 team.
Achieving a Growth Mindset in Schools - BRUCE AITCHISON
Growth Mindset is a popular topic in the sporting world at the moment but instilling the same philosophy is Schools has been slower to implement. Bruce, a Principal Teacher of P.E. explains the benefits and how it can be achieved.
Coaching Styles - NICK HILL
Nick is currently Director of Rugby at The Grange School. Previously, he oversaw a remarkable turnaround in fortunes with Denstone College, leading them to two unbeaten seasons in English Schools' fixtures. He explains here how players can develop when game like sessions are added into training through TGfU (Teaching Games for Understanding).
Key Elements to Coaches Communicating Effectively - EDD CONWAY
Edd is owner of Edge Rugby and an established coach through Schools and Universities, currently coaching Latymer Upper School. An extremely well-thought of Writer in Coaching Circles, here he writes about the importance of communication and the key elements to doing it effectively.
Player to Coach - the Ups and Downs - STUART CORSAR
Stuart is the Coach of Aberdeen Grammar. Here he talks about the Player to Coach transition. Stuart himself played professional rugby for Glasgow Warriors, Rotherham Titans and Doncaster Knights and therefore writes with first hand expertise on the subject.
The 'WHY' and the 'HOW' of Analysis - JAMES MOLYNEUX
James writes with practical experience as a Performance Analyst for London Irish. As part of his series of blogs, he explains why understanding the reasons behind the Analysis is key. A must read for those who analyse their teams's performance.
Video Analysis key part of Saracen Women's Success - COACH LOGIC
We visited Saracens recently to catch up with players and coaches and watch the squad in action. This blog post explains why Video has become an integral part of their set-up.
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