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Sue's BlogSue's Blog

Sue Dwan is a Personal Management Trainer and Professional Certified Coach....

 
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I'm a self-employed riding instructor (BHSAI/Int.Teaching)with big dre...

 
Elements Fitness BlogElements Fitness Blog

A blog designed to contribute to the BJJ and general sport community. Artic...

 
Coaching ResearchCoaching Research

The practice of coaching is expanding rapidly, yet the process and impact o...

 


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...this time to my son's Under 15 team who on Sunday completed a magnificent season by winning the County Plate, triumphing 31-22 in a tense and hugely physical final which could easily have gone the other way.In mid-March I commented on the boys' in...

Having witnessed Ireland set the bar fairly high in Dublin on Saturday only to endure the utter failure by England to come anywhere near it in Paris, my weekend's gloominess was, fortunately, dispersed by two things:- attending Rob Brydon's stand-up...

Sad news

By Total Flanker on Feb 15, 2018 in: coaching, rugby

Very sad to hear the news this week that Graham Mead, who coached me as a member of the Peterborough Colts team from 1980-83, has passed away after a short illness.A softly-spoken, humble and thoroughly decent man, Graham gave up huge amounts of his...

I am Rugby Ready

By Total Flanker on Jan 11, 2018 in: coaching

It's official - I am delighted to announce that I am finally Rugby Ready.What I mean is that earlier this week I completed the RFU's Rugby Ready course for mini and youth rugby coaches.Whilst predominantly concerned with safely introducing younger ag...

Assuming that Eddie Jones does decide to step down as England coach after the World Cup in 2019 (a stance he has consistently maintained), the temptation will be I’m sure, to try to replace him with another “proven” international coach.I’m a...

Part 1: Move Beyond the Product. By Robbie Driver, Sales Enablement Consultant, specialising in the IT & Telecoms industry. Being a Channel Account Manager is an incredibly challenging role. Every day you are competing for mind share against othe...

I’m intrigued by RFU plans to roll out a new specific 20-minute exercise programme across all levels of the community game in England in time for next season.As a youth team coach (well, I do put out the cones and hold the tackle bags) I will...