Culture development is one of the buzz phrases of modern sport, and coaches play a huge role in helping build a strong culture within a human performance program.
While sport psychology is becoming somewhat better known in recent years, there is still a lot of stigma around who can benefit from it. It’s certainly not only for those at the elite level of sport.
A good (or bad!) preseason rugby training schedule can sometimes make or break a team’s season. Here are six core principles to follow.
Virtual reality for sports training is becoming an option for many athletes. While it’s not for everyone, it does have potential to help support the development of technique and even help minimise some injury risks.
We still need to learn more about how to use vitamin D to improve sports performance but it does seem clear that obtaining sufficient vitamin D can only help improve an athlete’s bone structure, immune system, and potentially muscle health.
Speed training is a difference-maker in many sports, and technology can play a massive role in shaving milliseconds off your sprint time. But when it comes to that all-important tech, where do you start?
There are many risks involved with losing weight ahead of athletic performance, but a leading performance nutritionist says there are ways to do it safely. Here, he shares his weight cutting tips.
It’s an age-old question when many people set foot in the gym – should you use free weights or machines? We delve into the science to see if there’s any real differences.
Some people swear that cold showers can deliver myriad health benefits, from keeping chronic disease at bay to clearer thinking, improved circulation and general wellness improvements. But what does the science have to say about them?
Speed training in football (soccer) is as critical to performance as technical and tactical mastery, as well as strength and conditioning. Here’s how to develop it to blow your opponents away on the pitch.