You can't teach an old dog new tricks. This old proverb definitely fits when it comes to Strength and conditioning (S&C) with athletes. The later a player is introduced to structured S&C programmaes the more difficult it can be to get buy-in and learn the technique of exercises as they may have been doing things … Continue reading Teaching athletes proper exercise technique- the younger the better
Most people have no idea how to eat healthy or for fat loss. Even the people who do think they know a few things about diet generally get something wrong and can be even harder to get out of a bad habit! There are various reasons why your diet isn't working, you … Continue reading Three ways a Coach can help you keep progressing with your diet.
Your New Years Resolution, remember it? Hopefully most of ye are still keeping up with your goals and if you've already forgot about it then there's no better time to kick start it again then now and no point in waiting until next new years! This post is focused on New Years resolutions regarding exercise. … Continue reading Don’t make excuses, have a back-up plan
So over the next few days people are going to start thinking up some new years resolutions. Some will keep them secret others will tell everybody some will fail nearly straight away, some may succeed for a while and then fail and some just might succeed. In this blog I'm going to try look at … Continue reading New Years resolutions- setting yourself up for failure?
Last week I got the chance to experience minus 110 degrees in a cryotherapy chamber as part of trip organised by my class in college. Today I'm just going to write about that experience and my thoughts. If you're like me you are probably thinking how could I go into -110 degrees and not freeze or … Continue reading Minus 110 degrees in a pair of hurling shorts