Tag Archive: Training

Feb 27

Post-Training Recovery and Prevention

Re-hydrate – Refuel – Recover   Guidelines and Suggestions – Part 1   Contrary to popular belief, training per se does not make athletes stronger, faster or fitter. Those benefits only are achieved afterwards during recovery when adaptation takes place. No matter the training (duration, volume, or intensity), without adequate recovery athletes not only squander …

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May 12

Training Principles for Athletes

  Training Principles for Athletes Coming Soon!  

May 11

“Body Language in Coaching: A Tool for Effective Communication”

ASCA World Clinic 2010
 August 30 – September 5 Indianapolis, IN “Body Language in Coaching:  A Tool for Effective Communication”   Abstract …Body Language is the outward reflection of a person’s emotional condition, defined as gestures, postures, and facial expressions by which a person manifests various physical, mental or emotional states and communicates non-verbally with …

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May 05

Reasons to Incorporate Modified Ballet Training As Cross-Training for Athletes

Football

Coaching Best: Sport sociologists and psychologists have been very concerned for some time about the escalating drop out from organized children and youth sports (currently estimated at 73%). Equally, medical experts are troubled over the lack of fitness due to increased inactivity, rising overweight and obesity among the young. According to many researchers, today’s generation …

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Mar 17

Picture of InMotion Network Board Member, Monika Schloder

Coaching Best: Picture of InMotion Network Board Member, Monika Schloder in action, coaching swim teams in Turku, Finland at a Swim Training Camp (courtesy of TURKU Sunday Edition). (See Full Story Here)

Mar 16

Schloder shines through adversity

Aly McAndrews The Gauntlet Coaching Best: There are not very many white women who would have the courage to walk into the backyard of gang territory. However, Monika Schloder is no ordinary woman. A swim coach by trade, a humanitarian in spirit, Schloder once risked her life and limb in an L.A. ghetto. “I was …

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