Learn from Coaches across a Wide Range of Sports
You can learn a lot by looking outside your own sport for coaching inspiration. Subscribe to Coaching Edge, and whatever your sport, you will learn something new from this convenient and time-saving form of continuing personal development (CPD) that you can access when and where you please.
Browse a previous issue of Coaching Edge for a taste of what you could be enjoying.
"The diversity of the articles covered in Coaching Edge helps me to see many different points of view and coaching in different sports."
Neil Troth, Level 1 rugby league, rugby union and football coach
"Coaching Edge really does cater for all levels of coaches, working with every conceivable age group and ability level".
Paul Button, Level 2 Cricket Coach
Coaching Edge is packed full of:
- insightful analysis
Pick up useful coaching tips using the easy reference pull-out boxes – The Coach’s Edge – that analyse and summarise the key points in the articles.
- informative articles
Including advice on different coaching methods, such as how to coach specific groups (eg children).
- coaching news
Helping you keep your finger on the pulse in the world of coaching.
- inspirational interviews
Learn from some of sport’s best grass-roots and elite-level coaches from different sports.
What’s inside the new issue of Coaching Edge?
Autumn 2016: Yes! You Can
In this issue of Coaching Edge we focus on the joys, the rewards and the challenges of working with disabled people at all stages of development, with some lessons which are relevant to every coach in every sport. Darren Clarke and Davis Love III also join us to explore their coaching philosophies.
Also included are articles on:
Harry's Game! The UK’s first qualified table tennis coach with Down’s syndrome reveals his ambitions and his coaching top tips..
Yes You Can!...Practical advice on coaching disabled athletes from our Panathlon experts.
Learning Curve... we speak to some experts to see what advice they had for coaching athletes with learning disabilities.
Champion Coach...Coach, mentor and friend to generations of athletes and students. Charity fundraiser. How Bud Baldaro turned a life-changing condition into motivation.
Game Changers...Coaching in male-dominated sports is unsurprisingly dominated by men – but some women are now breaking through at the very highest level. Carrie Dunn takes a look at football and rugby – and talks to some of the women changing the game.
It's Good To Talk...Can teams be successful without great communication? We look into just how much the brain needs real human interaction.
Plus we explore the breath-taking growth of triathlon and get a rare peek inside a strength and conditioning haven: Bisham Abbey and much more!
It really is a must-have for anyone who wants to develop and improve their coaching.
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