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Nick Baggott's CRM & Digital Marketing blogNick Baggott's CRM & Digital Marketing blog

CRM & Digital marketing consultant and trainer, talking about the lates...

 
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The ideal resource for all your health and safety needs all content contrib...

 
Run, Jimmy, RunRun, Jimmy, Run

Hey! I'm Jimmy and I'm a running neophyte. Run alongside me as I ...

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

 


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Ice Ice Baby

By Total Flanker on Jan 30, 2018 in: rugby, training

Research published in the Journal of Physiology recently suggests that the much loved ice bath might not quite be all it's cracked up to be when it comes to recovery from intense exercise.Instead the report concludes that, rather than freezing one's...

Is just it me, or is Owen Farrell only passing half a rugby ball during England's training camp at Brighton?The question is - who has the other half?

Researchers at Rice University have developed a way to train robots with just a little push. Their method uses algorithms that allow robots to not only respond to a human's touch in the moment, but alter their trajectory based on that physical i...

I’m just back from leading a singing weekend for singers who want to improve their small group harmony singing skills. We focused quite a lot on blending which required us to look at vocal technique.But should you make space for this kind of work i...

Whether from home, in the stands, or over the radio—Americans love their sports. Today, part of that All-American sports experience involves big data and new immersive technology like virtual reality (VR) to draw in more fans and improve gameplay.

So the England and Wales forward packs plan to train against one another before the November internationals in a no holds barred set piece session in Bristol?What could possibly go wrong?

Government organizations have historically not been early adopters of much hyped technology like virtual reality. Bureaucratic red tape, tight budgets, and a general resistance to change are just a few of the many reasons this has been the case. But...