Thoughts, Ideas, Resouces

Posted by GaelicPerformance on 6th Feb 2018

7 Ways Rolling can Help You

While there is little doubt that foam rolling or self myofascial release does work, why it works is often debated among exercise physiologists - By doing our own little bit of research, here ar …

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Posted by Dermot Mc Ardle on 2nd Feb 2018

The Sprint Finish

If you've ever integrated any kind of running into your training, no doubt you've done intervals of some kind.Here's a set I done last night , with a slight twist.5 mins RollingWarm up - 5 Min Light p …

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Posted by GaelicPerformance on 1st Feb 2017

Injury Prevention With Conor Mc Manus Day 2

Upper Body Stability and Strength This Press Up Modification is excellent for developing a resilient core and upper body strength. Very often in games and training, the core is challenged in no …

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Posted by GaelicPerformance on 28th Nov 2015

The Black Friday Lesson

Yesterday, I think my inbox nearly exploded with "Black" Friday emails.... 50% off this, 20% off that.I found myself asking the question,why? If marketing and selling is all about differentiating your …

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Posted by GaelicPerformance on 24th Nov 2015

80/20 Rule

Maybe we have written on this before, but its worth restating Generally Speaking, 80% of your outputs, will result from 20% of your inputs.This is abroad statement, but worth thinking about if you are …

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Posted by GaelicPerformance on 10th Nov 2015

Minimal Viable Training Protocols

In the commercial world, a Minimal Viable Product " has just those core features that allow the product to be deployed, and no more" - Basically what this is saying is that the product functions …

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