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Coaching Philosophy: Book Reviews
October 19, 2016
When delivering strength and conditioning coaching courses, we always discuss coaching philosophy and how to develop a club culture. Two books I have read this year have helped with this process, both by NFL coaches.  Here is a brief review of both. Win Forever by Pete Carroll (recommended by Mike Bahn) A frank and revealing […]

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strength and conditioning devonWe welcome any enquiries that you may have.

If you are a Coach of a team or squad, then we are happy to discuss how we can help your players improve their fitness and performance.

This could be through helping you as a coach, working with the players directly, or running specific workshops on speed, strength, agility and fitness training.

If you are a parent or athlete, then we can talk about what type of coaching would be most suitable: individual or group.

James Marshall MSc. C.S.C.S.*D, A.C.S.M. HFI, UKSCA Accredited. Head Coach and Owner.
email: james@excelsiorgroup.co.uk
tel: 07976 306 494

Sarah Marshall BSc (Hons). MCSP, HPC

Chartered Physiotherapist.
email: physio@excelsiorgroup.co.uk

Carly James BA (Hons), PGCE

Part time assistant: Course bookings and enquiries.
email: carly@excelsiorgroup.co.uk 

Carlton House, Elmside, Willand, Cullompton, Devon, EX15 2RN, U.K.

To register for your course email Carly with: name, address, telephone number and date of birth. Then click on the link below and leave the appropriate deposit.

Our base is in Willand, Cullompton,Devon, Ex15 2RN. This is only 15 minutes from Tiverton and Wellington in Somerset, only 25 minutes from Honiton, Exeter and Taunton in Somerset.

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Client Testimonials

Exeter Chiefs Rugby Academy
James was in sole charge of fitness related matters, organising and implementing training programmes... also provided players with mentoring and advice on nutritional needs. He varied the programmes and was keen to keep ideas fresh and designed activities suitable to help young rugby player's progress. James was keen to put time into the thought process of his ideas and carry out to a very high standard.

Upcoming Courses

Sports Performance Workshop: Willand
25 Oct 2016

Sporting success starts here Are you a sporting teenager who wants to get better? Do you play more than 1 sport? Do you want specific advice on how you can prepare for the matches ahead? Do you want practical drills, exercises and food tips that you can walk away with? This day is for you. […]