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What Training Methods do Coaches Use for their Professional Development?

Coaches usually know a lot about their sport and have a good command of how to help their athletes to do better.

Training When There isn’t a Training session

Envisioning our performance in any physical practice has shown to be a great complement to improve our sports performance.

Education and elite athletes in the 21st century

New study methodologies of the 21st century and an unexpected change due to the pandemic is setting the stage for change.

THE ROLE OF THE NUTRITIONIST AND SPORTS PSYCHOLOGIST DURING INJURY RECOVERY

The first question that almost all players ask after getting injured is: “When will I be able to play again?” The return to the pitch or return to play (RTP) is seen as that magical day in which the player returns to fully enjoy the sport, at the same level or even better than before, as if the injury had never occurred.

Player’s motivation in tough situations

Stadio Olímpico, Rome, in 2009. Manchester United and FC Barcelona are getting ready to play against each other in the Champions League Final.

DIFFERENTIAL ASPECTS OF FEMALE PHYSIOLOGY IN TEAM SPORTS FOR LOAD MONITORING

The rise of women in sports started years ago, and it is expected to continue growing at all levels. It now corresponds to science to respond to the specificity necessary to apply, in order to adapt its performance.

THE IMPORTANCE OF TEAM LEADERS GIVING CONFIDENCE TO THE TEAM

The success of team leaders has a lot to do with their ability to inspire and empower the team.

ANDREAS IVARSSON: “INCLUDING PSYCHOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES IN THE PREVENTION PROGRAMS WOULD REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURIES”

One of the great dangers an athlete can face, if not the greatest, is the risk of getting injured. That’s why its prevention and treatment constitute an essential part of the medical and performance department of the clubs.

MOVING MAKES US HAPPIER (PART 2)

The effects of exercising: from an increase in motivation, willpower and emotional control, to the improvement of memory, attention, and learning.

MOVING MAKES US HAPPIER (PART 1)

Moving makes us happier and helps to create a well-being state to all of us.