Three things to think about on the golf course

By Mark Walker | December 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

You may not be able to improve your technical game while you are playing, but mentally there are a number of things you can do to optimise your performence. Check out my video below for three areas to work on which could help improve your output on the golf course. For more tips on how…

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By Stewart Coggin | November 14, 2017

With the Aussies ramping up the Ashes rhetoric in advance of the big event it’s time to get behind the England boys and show your support. If you aren’t one of the lucky ones heading Down Under in the coming weeks, Barmy Army and BT Sport have teamed up to provide you with a great…

How to be a nasty fast bowler (when you are a nice guy)

By PitchVision | November 10, 2017

Picture the typical fast bowler personality. You are probably thinking of an angry, red-faced bundle of fury. They are bent on everything short of murder and not short of a few choice words or a bouncer aimed straight at your teeth. But what if you have a bit of fast bowling talent without the aggressive…

Ten quotes to inspire your athletes

By Stewart Coggin | November 7, 2017

At Teamer, we’re sure you’re doing a great job of motivating your athletes, whatever the sport. But from time to time, we all need a little inspiration. Here are 10 great quotes from some true sporting greats that won’t fail to galvanize your troops ahead of the next game. 1. “I can accept failure, everyone…

Watch Spurs at Wembley

By Stewart Coggin | November 7, 2017

Teamer and Tottenham Hotspur Football Club have joined forces to offer grassroots footballers the opportunity to watch Premier League football this season at the home of football, the iconic Wembley Stadium, connected by EE. Spurs are flying high in the Premier League and after the recent memorable 3-1 win against Cristiano Ronaldo’s Real Madrid, the…

World-first cards for coaches to trial in A-League and W-League

By Stewart Coggin | November 2, 2017

The A-League and the W-League are to become the first top-level competitions to trial red and yellow cards for coaches and other team officials. The move is aimed to improve the behaviour of team officials towards match officials. It will be implemented in this weekend’s round of fixtures, with the head of A-League and W-League,…

Inside the sports science department at the Swansea City academy

By Rob Rowland | November 2, 2017

Sports Science can often be regarded as a complicated and grey area, but it essentially involves using objective measures and data to best inform practise and optimise football and physical performance. At Swansea, we break Sports Science down into six key areas: GPS & training load (TL) monitoring Recovery & regeneration strategies Health & wellness…

Expecting success: the power of beliefs

By Alan Goldberg | October 31, 2017

In my book, Sports Slump Busting, I discuss how fear closes the door on peak performance and can lock you into a slump. I present some techniques you can use to neutralize some of the paralyzing effects of fear, especially when that fear is related to a physical injury, such as getting hit by a…

How to bowl faster with net practice

By PitchVision | October 27, 2017

The more you practice, the better you get. That idea is well established: but many bowlers with ambitions of bowling fast fail even when they do practice hard. The problem is you are doing the wrong kind of practice. You turn up to nets and bowl. The coach offers useful advice while the batsmen go…

Clubs invited to enter #UBLTry Of The Month

By Stewart Coggin | October 24, 2017

Ulster Bank are running a #UBLTry Of The Month award where clubs across all five divisions can post their best tries, with the winner receiving a monthly prize. The Ulster Bank League kicked off last month with clubs invited to post the best tries from their fixtures on the club’s Twitter, Facebook or Instagram pages…

Record number of grassroots teams created through £2.36m Grow the Game investment

By Football Foundation | October 24, 2017

An FA and Football Foundation initiative is set to substantially increase participation in our national game amongst underrepresented groups. £2.36m of investment from The FA has been awarded to 728 clubs by the Football Foundation, which delivers the Grow the Game scheme on behalf of the national governing body for football. This investment will enable…

Five types of sporting parents

By Stewart Coggin | October 19, 2017

No matter what the sport, all parents want their children to perform well. The benefits of team sports at youth level are well documented, and there are a lot of parents who put in the hard miles each week to ensure that their children are getting the most out of their chosen sports. It is…

StreetBall combatting juvenile crime in Darwin

By Stewart Coggin | October 18, 2017

A grassroots group in Palmerston, Darwin is using basketball as a way to drive down juvenile crime. StreetBall is a youth diversion program funded by the territory government which has been trialling for a month in the suburb of Moulden on Saturday evenings. Children of all ages have been encouraged to come down to their…