Every Session Better – Reflecting & Revising

You may have already viewed the video available at this link where I talk about presenting at a recent coaching conference and the conversations that followed. My own hour-long presentation really focused on the ‘what’ and content of a session but the questions asked by many coaches focused on ‘how’ to host better sessions.…
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Getting the most from GPS Monitoring (Part 4)

Our three articles so far have meandered on the topic of player/athlete monitoring with GPS technology. Let’s have a look now at our motivations and actions around data collection – some of my own learnings and those of experienced practitioners in GAA, rugby, football, hockey, lacrosse and basketball. When assessing data and creating insights be…
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Getting the most from GPS Monitoring (Part 3)

We’ve recently been looking at some learnings – both my own over many years and from other coaches & performance staff – with a focus on the detail of getting the very maximum value from your investment in GPS monitoring for your team/club. With many clubs entering into this space it’s vital that staff at…
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Getting the most from GPS monitoring (Part II)

Yesterday we started to look at recommended ways for getting the most from your investment in GPS equipment such as VX SPORT. It is massively important to know “Why” you are investing as well as “What” you will do and “How” you’ll go about it – more often than not the “Why” is the most…
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Getting the Most from GPS Monitoring

An insight into best use of GPS Monitoring – Part 1 Like most involved in performance I’m always looking towards continuous improvement in terms of coaching and all skills allied with helping players perform at higher levels and enjoy a lower injury risk. Part of ongoing development as a coach is swapping an sharing experiences,…
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Less Answers and Better Questions

With club GAA pre-season around the corner – or having started in some cases – there is no shortage of answers in the form of expertise, insights and the latest, greatest tools openly available in the online world. Not all of this is bad of course – however it’s all in the context of being…
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Stephen Bray

GAA All-Star

I first worked with Paul in 2007 when he was part of the Meath Senior management. We reached the All Ireland Semi-Final and he was very important in physically preparing the team.

Since then Paul has been a huge support with the many injuries I have had, advising on rehab exercises, prehab exercises and one to one strength and conditioning sessions

From Twitter

3 days ago
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