The mistake we can make as coaches is nearly like a youngster preparing for an exam
We probably don’t realise it, but as parents we are possibly the biggest obstacle to the coaches of underage teams.
Coaches and managers hate to hear the words “I’m not training tonight, I’m injured.”
Steven Poacher explains some of the key developments of Gaelic Football
“One man in Gaelic football who is not reluctant when it comes to sharing and learning is Louth man and current Meath coach Colm Nally.”
Steven Poacher explains why coaches should make their training sessiosn shorter.
DURING lockdown, I really used the time to reflect and refocus my approach to coaching. I don’t think any coach likes to stagnate or not try to evolve, because the game continually evolves and if you don’t as a coach you will get left behind. If we had to search deeply for positives during our […]
A FEW weeks back I did a podcast for the ‘Coaching Bubble’, a sports coaching podcast exploring all sporting and coaching concepts from participation to performance. The podcast, due to be aired in August or September, focused on all things coaching, but particularly items such as your philosophy and the challenges facing a coach. One […]
Teams like Tyrone and Dublin have had the most effective benches in recent seasons, and that has been clear in results.
THIS week, the Down u-17 management team delivered a Zoom session to all club minor managers within the county regarding the return to play. The call offered advice and guidance on injury prevention and about basing their training around a games-based approach. It really made me reflect on the type of games we use to […]