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    Coaching moments of 2017

    The publication of UK Coaching’s research ‘Coaching in the UK’ revealed that over nine million adults experienced the broad benefits of coaching in the last 12 months, and the majority agreed that coaching had improved aspects of their physical and mental well...

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    Posted Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - 12:10 by jwright with comment(s)

    Coaching Behaviours Framework

    Inspirational People Make a Difference

    We have all had inspirational people in our lives, whether it was our parents, siblings, or perhaps a teacher from school. Someone who understood you, knew how to motivate and support you, perhaps towards a goal they helped you identify.

    To be able to replicate that same effect for everyone, every time would be an...

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    Posted Wednesday, June 14, 2017 - 13:00 by cblain with comment(s)

    Relationship Management team on the UK Coaching Summit

    This year’s UK Coaching Summit was definitely one for celebrity spotters, with an opening address from HRH The Princess Royal; Rory McIlroy coincidentally joining delegates for breakfast, and Anthony Statham, Sports Development Manager for Active Sussex, watching Greg Wallace tuck into poached eggs at Heathrow airport.  

    The common message, consistently touched on throughout...

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    Posted Friday, June 9, 2017 - 16:56 by pthompson with comment(s)

    #UKCoachingSummit2017 - Live Blog

    Read the news story: Key message from UK Coaching Summit in Northern Ireland - coaching is people inspiring people

    And access all event photography....

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    Posted Tuesday, June 6, 2017 - 10:24 by jwright with comment(s)

    Guest Blog: What the Duty of Care in Sport Review means for UK Coaching

    About the author: Keir McDonald MBE founded EduCare 30 years ago. Since then, he has strived to develop the best possible online training courses, with a focus on Safeguarding and Duty of Care. In 2012, Keir was awarded an MBE for Services to Children in acknowledgement of...

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    Posted Tuesday, May 30, 2017 - 16:48 by with comment(s)

    Nutrition and hydration for physical activity

    This is not a diet.

    Try these 5 ways to eat healthy and stay hydrated:

    1. Eat two small meals instead of one
    2. Plan time to eat so you don’t rush meals
    3. Keep a food diary – there’s an app for that
    4. Drink small amounts often – think water first
    5. Follow a healthy eating plan 80% of the time

    With the...

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    Posted Monday, February 20, 2017 - 11:37 by sajaib with comment(s)

    Guest Blog: Moving ahead with mentoring

    About the authors: Liz Dimmock is the CEO and founder of Moving Ahead and Women Ahead - enterprises that design, deliver, evaluate and support world-class mentoring partnerships between and within the worlds of sport and business. Jane Booth is the Head of Research at Moving Ahead/Women Ahead.

    About the blog: Sports Coach UK teamed up with sport and business mentoring experts...

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    Posted Saturday, December 31, 2016 - 13:55 by pezard with comment(s)

    The Best Coffee Break You’ll Ever Have

    Driving to Nottingham on a cold December morning, I was very uncertain about what to expect. I was attending a ‘Modern Learning Event’. There was no real agenda other than to come with an open mind. This was going to be a new way of learning for all involved.

    The following is a timeline of my experience as a part of the group, along with some of my...

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    Posted Wednesday, December 14, 2016 - 16:35 by rhooper with comment(s)

    Reach – a year on!

    It’s been a really exciting and busy year for the Reach team and, as we turn one next week, we thought it appropriate to reflect on the past year. I just wanted to share a few findings with you:

    There are some amazing women coaches out there

    We have uploaded around 33 coaching stories to our website from some great women coaches wanting to share their...

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    Posted Tuesday, September 27, 2016 - 13:43 by StcyJyne with comment(s)

    Guest Blog: The PHYSICAL factors to consider during the first days back at training?

    After a long layoff from training and/or competition, the body and mind have had time to recover from the stress and pressures that work in conjunction with competing and training at high intensity.

    Slight overuse or impact injuries have disappeared and the body has adjusted to a new routine of relaxation, in young sportsmen and women, the rest may have allowed their bodies to grow at...

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    Posted Wednesday, May 25, 2016 - 15:41 by StcyJyne with comment(s)

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