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Advances in WarmUp (Part 1)

Gareth Sandford takes us through how the warm up has advanced and talks through some key things coaches can do with their athletes to best prepare them for their workouts.

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Advances in Warm Up (Part 2)

  • Uploaded: 02.08.2015
  • Duration: 00:25:38
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  1. Posted by jim ashworth-beaumont on 04/08/2015 at 12:49 AM

    New to UCoach, I’m very impressed with this interpretation of good science along with recognition of the limitations of the evidence as it applies to the target groups. I’d bet that this kind of discussion would go down very well with a relatively lay audience, say on BBC during athletics programming for example? Great work

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