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Can you achieve the same or better performance results with reduced training volume? More on More with Less.

One of the greatest challenges many traditional Olympic sports face is how to achieve the same or better results in less time. Kids and parents have very little spare time and for sports like swimming, track and field, rowing, diving, gymnastics, tennis and cycling, finding ways to optimise athletic development and enhance sports performance efficiently: […]

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The Top Ten Reasons Why Coaches Fail

Ever wanted to know what’s holding you back as a coach? Ever wanted to know why you are not realising your potential? This post, “The Top Ten Reasons Why Coaches Fail” outlines the ten biggest mistakes coaches make, discusses how you can avoid them and in doing so ensure your coaching becomes everything it could […]

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Multi-Disciplinary (Performance) Sports Science: The Future of High Performance Sport.

There is no doubt that successful sports performance is multi-disciplinary in nature. Athletes and coaches need to be aware of the physiological, biomechanical, psychological, nutritional, medical and immunological and other issues that can impact on their competition performances. It – performance – is rarely – if ever -about one thing in isolation!  (more…)

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The Role of Parents in Sport

Discussions with Coaches Geoff  Marsh (Cricket), Joyce Brown (Netball) and Lindsay Gaze (Basketball).  In response to repeated community complaints, a Sydney Council announced it planned to introduce the following policy: City of Botany, Code of Conduct, Sports Field Users. “At it’s meeting of 26th May 1999, Council endorsed the following policy direction as outlined in […]

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