November 7, 2016

Don’t Chase ‘Time’, Chase Challenges

This might come across a little 'ranty' - but I think it's rant some folk need to hear, and not because I think they are 'wrong'... but because too many…
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Athlete Testing
September 5, 2016

Why You Should be Benchmarking Performance for Your Sport

There are many, many approaches to benchmarking and testing for every sport... too many to cover here, it also wouldn't be particularly helpful. For instance, I¬†would use a different testing…
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Dave Scot Williams
August 25, 2016

A Very Quick MAF Case Study

I just wanted to share a very quick little case study with you on what a consistent approach to MAF running can do. For those unfamiliar with the MAF approach,…
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August 22, 2016

It’s YOUR Training Session

The latest short post in my ongoing 'Why' series on motivation and mindfulness. If you're interested you can check out the other posts in the series: A Simple Technique to…
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Coaching Call
August 8, 2016

Good Coaching Relies on Good Feedback

How to Get the Most From Your Coach You put a lot of effort into your training, your coach spends time crafting a well thought out, periodized program to deliver…
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Moor Performance Squad
July 21, 2016

Plus, Equals, Minus – A Philosopy for Training Groups

I was listening to a fantastic audio book while on the turbo trainer, ('Ego is the Enemy' by Ryan Holiday, if you're interested) when a particular anecdote really struck me.…
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Tired Runner
July 15, 2016

A Simple Technique to Help You Pick Better Races

Have you ever signed up to a race only to find you're lacking that drive to train, no mojo to get out the door and swim/bike/run? Yeah, me too. But…
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Can Too logo
July 13, 2016

Why I’m Excited to Be Coaching with CanToo!

Firstly, for the uninitiated, what is CanToo? In their own words and from their website: The Can Too Foundation is a Health Promotion Foundation that transforms lives through fun, fitness,…
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