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An athlete’s guide to avoiding the flu.
November 15, 2017
Intro   Getting ill sucks! We’ve all been there, tucked up in bed shivering and feeling sorry for ourselves. Here is my guide to avoiding the flu. Nobody enjoys being ill and it can have a terrible effect on an athlete’s fitness, training and performance. Not only does having a blocked nose reduce performance, it […]
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Pre-season training

In conjunction with our blogs on pre-season training. These handouts accompany the series. If you sign up to our Sports Training System, you get many more like this, plus video clips and an interactive podcast each week.

You can find comprehensive detail in our ebooks on Amazon

Run Faster 

Jump Higher

Get Stronger

 

5 self assessment tests for pre-season

5 exercises to bullet proof your athlete.

5 strength training sessions to get started

5 day agility training programme

speed training programme

 

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Client Testimonials

University of Exeter
James has been our lead strength and conditioning coach for the Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) at the University of Exeter since the scheme's inception. His attitude, professionalism and above all his drive and desire to help each sportsman and woman develop and reach their potential is exactly what we require. James shows a real interest in each of his athletes and helps them to aspire to be as good as they can and ensures that no goals are unattainable.
 
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Educational Gymnastics: 23rd November, Devon.
23 Nov 2017

Educational Gymnastics Children today are physically illiterate. The massive reduction in time spent in free play has led to a generation of people who have yet to experience the joy of movement. Formal gymnastics (as seen at the Olympics) requires the child to strive to perform very specific skills. The end product of the skill […]

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