The Coaching Knife: The power of a word to improve performance, with Reed Maltbie
Rugby Coach Weekly Podcast
by Dan Cottrell with Reed Maltbie
2w ago
Focusing on harnessing the use of language, we are going to cut to the root on why words matter when it comes to optimal performance.  Coach Reed has two master’s degrees—in sports psychology and early childhood development—and thirty years of professional coaching experience,  His philosophy is human performance is a distinctly individual phenomenon based on the skills, tactics, values, and beliefs of each person and our role as coaches/leaders is to help create the environments and provide the tools people need to raise and chase their own excellence. Excellence can be achieved eve ..read more
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The Coaching Knife: How to coach evasion and agility, with Joe Goodman
Rugby Coach Weekly Podcast
by Dan Cottrell with Joe Goodman
3w ago
In this episode we speak to Joe Goodman, owner of Evo Rugby and head coach of the University of Bristol mens rugby team. Focusing on the EvoRugby promise to ignite your attack, we are going to cut to the root on how to coach evasion and agility skills in rugby.  Joe, a Level 4 RFU coach says this about this philosophy: Within an innovative, enjoyable and measured performance learning environment, where detail matters, values are lived, and people are both cared for and empowered, I aim to educate, align and challenge athletes as they pursue excellence in developing themselves to achieve ..read more
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The Coaching Knife: Why touch rugby isn't rugby touch, with Sammie Phillips
Rugby Coach Weekly Podcast
by Dan Cottrell with Sammie Phillips
3w ago
In this episode we speak to Sammie Phillips, General Manager and Head of Elite Performance at England Touch Rugby. Focusing on the benefits of touch rugby, we are going to cut to the root on why touch rugby isn’t rugby touch. Sammie is a current touch rugby international and her philosophy is to identify potential in coaches and athletes and support them to maximise their potential and achieve their vision/mission/goals.  You can contact her @sammiephillips04 on Instagram and find out more about England touch rugby on www.englandtouch.org.uk   ..read more
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The Coaching Knife: What's wrong with coaching pathways, with Eamonn Hogan
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by Dan Cottrell with Eamonn Hogan
3w ago
In this episode, we speak to Eamonn Hogan, Level 3 coach, author and studying for a PhD around sports coaching. Focusing on coach development, we are going to cut to the root on what's wrong with coaching pathways. Eamonn has coached all around the world, particularly in the US, and his philosophy is to reveal current thinking about rugby union coaching as a career and to grow opportunities for true meritocracy, . You can contact him on Twitter @theeamonnhogan, or through @rugbycoachweekly.  ..read more
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The Coaching Knife: Contextual interference to improve practices, with James Barkell
Rugby Coach Weekly Podcast
by Dan Cottrell with James Barkell
3w ago
In this episode we speak to James Barkell, Lecturer at the University of Sydney & Coaching Consultant with the Coach Doctor. Focusing on how you can improve the design of your practices, we are going to cut to the root on how you can use contextual interference. James runs the CoachDoctor podcast, and is  Level 4 High Performance Coach in rugby union and has a PhD which focused on high performance in rugby. His philosophy is to encourage creativity in coaching, no one way is correct and you need to modify what and how you teach content depending on age, ability etc. Using questions i ..read more
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The Coaching Knife: How to coach using theming, with Dave Sharkey
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by Dan Cottrell with Dave Sharkey
3w ago
In this episode we speak to Dave Sharkey, director of Team Architecture, a communications consultancy. Focusing on using themes and stories in sports coaching, we are going to cut to the root on how we can use them effectively with our players. Dave is a English teacher and rugby coach as well as a consultant. His philosophy is "Some see things as they are and say: 'Why?' I dream of things that never were and say: 'Why not?'" You can contact him at www.team-architecture.com @SharkTeams (Twitter) David Sharkey on LinkedIn ..read more
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The Coaching Knife: What is really meant by concussion, with Dr Sam Barke
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by Dan Cottrell with Dr Sam Barke
3w ago
In this episode we speak to Sam Barke,  sports doctor - Head of sports medicine at Meliora Medical Group and Return2Play. Focusing on the myths surrounding concussion, we are going to cut to the root on how you play in the zone.  Sam is a school doctor at several major private schools and is match day doctor at Harlequins. Return2Play's philosophy is that by managing risk we can ensure the huge benefits of rugby can continue to be enjoyed. You can contact him at sam.barke@melioramedicalgroup.co.uk and visit their website: www.Return2Play.org.uk ..read more
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The Coaching Knife: What is meant by playing in the zone, with Brian Moylett
Rugby Coach Weekly Podcast
by Dan Cottrell with Brian Moylett
1M ago
Dan Cottrell cuts to the root with Brian Moylett from Mindset & Performance at Off-Field Rugby. They discuss playing in the zone from The Book On How You Become A Pro Rugby Player. Brian is a mindset and performance coach at off-field rugby. He also coaches university women's rugby and men's rugby in Canada. His philosophy is that he helps young players become more confident on the field, develop their self-belief and play in the zone.  You can contact him at brianmoylett@gmail.com and visit his website www.offieldrugby.com  The book is on sale now, The Book On How You Become A ..read more
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Women's Rugby Coaching Magazine World Cup Podcast Series: The finals
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by Jess Bunyard, Eamonn Hogan with Claire Cruikshank and Graham Smith
2M ago
It's finals week. Claire Cruikshank joins the pod to chat about her experiences on the World Rugby Coaching internship. Jess and Eamonn also chat with Graham Smith, who discusses coaching in Estonia, and how to prepare for a World Cup final ..read more
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Women's Rugby Coaching Magazine World Cup Podcast Series: Semi-finals
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by Jess Bunyard with Liza Burgess and Eamonn Hogan
3M ago
This week, Liza Burgess joins the pod to chat about her experience and how to invest in female coaches. Eamonn reflects on a week coaching in France before chatting about the semi finals and how to show vulnerability when coaching ..read more
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