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KateO
Kate Offord said:
Thanks Blake,you have captured the essence of the role in a big club really well. The challenges are often the elements that are less directly sports related!
11/11/15
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davyno1
DAVID REID said:
Best wishes in the role Kate.

A just published article that covers some of the challenges you highlighted with fatigue. I read it recently and found it helpful, especially for endurance. Its free to download.

(Can clinicians and scientists explain and prevent unexplained underperformance syndrome in elite athletes: an interdisciplinary perspective Lewis, Collins, Pedlar, Rogers)
09/12/15
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robertkmaaye
Rob Maaye said:
Thanks for highlighting that article David. Here is a link to it if anyone wants to have a read http://bmjopensem.bmj.com/content/1/1/e000063.full
10/12/15
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KateO
Kate Offord said:
Thanks for that!
07/01/16
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colinbradley
Colin Bradley said:
Hi Kate, interesting read. Having just been installed as Head Coach of my tri club I would be interested to hear of any partcular initiatives/schemes you have put in place? Thanks
28/06/16
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