All posts tagged "coaching"

  • Coaching “Philosophies”

    David Chalfen discusses the idea of having a ‘philosophy’ as a coach I blame Jeremy Harries. The highly experienced Preston based...

  • Coaching Blues in (Easing Of) Lockdown

    David Chalfen reflects on the opportunities and challenges of lockdown from a coach’s perspective The numerous athlete blogs sought out by...

  • The “More-on” approach

    Scottish running coach Sophie Dunnett talks about the challenges on configuring training load during lockdown, as well as the opportunity to...

  • Know what you know

    People think being intelligent is knowing everything. In reality it’s more important to know what you know and realise the limitations...

  • The engaged athlete

    Following on from Jack Gray’s post last week, the Cambridge & Coleridge athlete talks about getting the athlete to take some ownership of their training. ...

  • We need to trust the next generation

    One of the driving forces behind the recent Virtual Road Relay Championships, Tonbridge AC coach Mark Hookway has British endurance and...

  • Bound to the plan

    In this two-part Fast 10 blog, Jack Gray considers whether overly prescriptive coaching, underpinned by the prevailing conceptualisation of the athlete as...

  • The runner’s guide to parenting

    GB distance runner Jo Wilkinson reflects on sharing her passion for athletics with her son, knowing when to support and advise...

  • Coaching the individual

    Last week Fast Running coach Tom Craggs spoke about how a coach cannot predict the future, so to follow up here...

  • Don’t predict the future

    In this two-parter Fast Running Coach Tom Craggs gives an overview of the things he thinks about when developing a plan...

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