Our first Applied Research Conference has come to an end...
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As 'Shaping the Future... Read more
Posted Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - 16:16 by jwright with comment(s)
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... Read more
Posted Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - 12:10 by jwright with comment(s)
About the author: Now working as a writer, Jackie Edwards, started her career in finance and banking, but after becoming a mother, refocused and decided to spend more time with her family and especially her son, who, like his mother has autism. When she's not writing, she volunteers for a number of local mental health charities and also has a menagerie of pets to look after.
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Posted Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - 14:16 by with comment(s)
At UK Coaching we are a signatory of the Mental Health Charter for Sport and Recreation. The charter outlines five action points which we must adhere to, including: 'Promote positive public health messages using diverse role models and ambassadors to... Read more
Posted Tuesday, July 4, 2017 - 13:22 by cblain with comment(s)
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... Read more
Posted Wednesday, June 14, 2017 - 13:00 by cblain with comment(s)
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... Read more
Posted Friday, June 9, 2017 - 16:56 by pthompson with comment(s)
About the blog: The body of research behind stretching is contradictory and can be confusing for coaches. This blog aims to clear up the research, explaining the different types of stretching and whether stretching is appropriate to carry out before, during and after the training session. The blog concludes with practical guidance for the coach, describing how to implement an appropriate... Read more
Posted Tuesday, March 28, 2017 - 12:28 by cchapman with comment(s)
Over the last two blogs we have focused on the role of the coach and how they can support their athlete’s psychological needs. The first blog looked at the different transitions athletes go through from childhood to adolescence, the challenges this may present and the changes... Read more
Posted Tuesday, March 28, 2017 - 11:46 by cchapman with comment(s)
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... Read more
Posted Saturday, December 31, 2016 - 13:55 by pezard with comment(s)