Posts Tagged "Mark O’sullivan"
@jeancote46 the Canadian Sports scientist has devised three-stage model for young athletes:
Sample as many sports as possible until early adolescence;
2. Focus on a few main sports in their early and mid-teens;
3. Specialise in their mid-to late-teens. “We philosophically believe early specialisation narrows long-term...
I’m delighted to announce that I will be holding an event in Dublin 15 on Monday 02 March 8pm with Uefa A Coach Mark O’Sullivan @markstkhlm AIK: Player+coach dev+mentor. District Coach Educator. Coach Ed consult. PhD research.
This is a complimentary event (VENUE: St Mochtas Parish Centre next door to Castleknock...
It seems obvious to me but today children don’t play like they did in previous generations.
The development of fundamental movement skills and fundamental sports skills that permit a child to move confidently and with control in a wide range of physical activity – The Canadian Sport Centre(Higgs, Balyi, Way, Cardinal. Norris and...
Footblogball has continued he’s series of excellent interviews with brain centered learning coaches. I’m delighted to be able to post this on the TCD blog for you.
Footblogball: You have recently been working at AC Milan . Can you give us a brief insight as to what you were doing there and how responsive did you find...
NOT ALL CHILDREN WILL BECOME ELITE ATHLETES BUT ONE THING IS CERTAIN , ALL CHILDREN WILL BECOME ADULTS AND HEREIN LIES OUR BIGGEST CHALLENGE AND RESPONSIBILITY.
“ Youth Sport Coaching is a complex and multidimensional where the coach can be expected to assume many different roles. Instructor , teacher , trainer , motivator ,...
I met Sergi Angulo Lerin at the Espanyol Academy in October 2012. We spent a lot of time discussing football and coaching methods over a series of lunches and of course Barcelona / Espanyol academy games. Sergi is hired by the prestigious FN Sport Etudes French Academy as coordinator and coach of the football section in...
In the days following Ireland’s exit from the European Championships, Pádraig Nicholson got used to being asked where it all went wrong.
Plenty of people knew Nicholson. They might have been aware of him from his years with Athlone Town but many more knew of his years as a regional development officer, as a coach and as a...
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