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In Part 1 of this blog we defined functional movement and its relationship and importance to athlete development. Part 2 takes this into a bit more depth.
In the 2014/15 Northern Territory Football League, I was lucky enough to work with Andrew Hodges at Wanderers Football Club. Andrew bought four rules to the playing group that I wanted to reflect on, as there are some lessons I have learnt through my time in the Military and the challenges I faced throughout my service.
I talk about functional movement a lot. It is what I have built my Athletic Performance Framework around; athletes being excellent at the basics.
On the majority, parents are supportive of volunteers who take the time out to coach their children. Sometimes however, there are a few out there, as always in society that ruin the experience for all involved.
Recently, a team I was working with was shaping up to have a tough day of competition in the den of the enemy with the last minute ground changes. This was on top of a few big losses in previous weeks and injuries to key players.
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