Performance Analysis – when is the best time? #CLChat

Performance Analysis – when is the best time? #CLChat The third #CLChat took place on Sunday 25th September and while quieter than the previous chat on Goal Setting, this one had a 2016 Olympic medal winner providing first hand experiences on performance review – pretty cool! The first question was open in nature and surrounded the best time to review performance. Jami Mülders, the Head Coach of the GermanRead more

Sherlock Holmes

What Coaches Can Learn From Sherlock Holmes

The Strategist (INTJ/INTP):  What Coaches Can Learn From Sherlock Holmes Detectives, like coaches require an outstanding skill set. Problem-solving, critical thinking, attention to detail and patience to name a few, whilst possessing an ever expanding long and short term memory store is vital to the cause. It’s unsurprising therefore that the most famous of all detectives – the uncompromising Sherlock Holmes, classifies as an INTP according to Myers-Briggs TypeRead more

100% of surveyed coaches: “video-based learning is effective in sport”

A recent survey has uncovered the indispensable value video-based learning holds for coaches and their teams.

What is a Performance Analyst? part 3

Part three focuses on the development pathway for performance analysis and associated academic and vocational learning environments.

What is a Performance Analyst? pt2

SFA Performance Analyst Dr David Stevenson details the roles and responsibilities of a Performance Analyst, both as an individual and as part of a team.

foundations of good coaching

Paving the Way: The Foundations of Good Coaching

As the curtain comes down on a captivating Premier League season, it seems an appropriate moment as any for coaches to reflect upon their season; the successes, the challenges, the processes and the lessons learnt. En route to a fixture last week a colleague and I found ourselves discussing such things from a coaching perspective despite the cricket season being in its infancy. I had a topic all linedRead more

Cuddles not Team Huddles

The team huddle photo has become the stuff of legend… team-mates shoulder to shoulder, white knuckles afraid to let go and a sweaty smoke rising from the discussive fire.

Key Elements to Coaches Communicating Effectively

Communication is crucial to all aspects of coaching and it is my belief that it needs to be carefully considered and continually reviewed by a coach.

Interview with the authors of Rugby Revealed

[spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” el_class=”.post-extra-info” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] The Authors of the new book Rugby Revealed answer some questions for the Coach Logic blog. [/spb_text_block] [divider type=”standard” text=”Go to top” full_width=”no” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] [spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” el_class=”.post-author-intro” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Rugby Revealed is about today’s winners inspiring the future generation of champions. This isn’t theory, it is top international players and coaches explaining the game we love. This engaging guideRead more

Coaching Styles – Teaching Games for Understanding – Part 1

you will no longer hear from your players “when can we play a game?” as they will know that they will be playing games all the time during EVERY teaching/training session.   Why use ‘Teaching Games for Understanding’ (‘TGfU’) in your teaching/coaching? Key questions to ask yourself:- What are you preparing your players for? What are you wishing your players to be able to do in the game? WhatRead more

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