Uniaxial Joints Explained

In this article we give an overview of uniaxial joints, examples of uniaxial joints and explain their function. We also give some sporting and exercise examples of how this contribute to movement.

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Multiaxial Joints Explained

In this article we give an overview of multiaxial joints, examples of multiaxial joints and explain their function. We also give some sporting and exercise examples of how this contribute to movement.

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Biaxial Joints Explained

In this article we give an overview of biaxial joints, examples of biaxial joints and explain their function. We also give some sporting and exercise examples of how this contribute to movement.

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Whole & Part Practice: Answer For Coaches & Athletes

The way you train can play a key role in how quickly you learn a skill. Here we explain whole and part practice, before diving into what the research says about the best methods to use in order to optimise your skill development.

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One Rep Max Calculator

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Below is a one-rep max calculator – you focus on the athlete/lifting and we’ll take care of the maths.

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Illinois Agility Test (IAT)

The Illinois Agility Test

The Illinois agility test is a popular test that requires you to sprint and change direction around multiple obstacles. In this article, we’re going to cover how to set up and conduct the test. We’ll also provide normative data and answer common questions on the test. What is the Illinois agility test? The Illinois agility … Read more

What is the learning effect in research and testing?

The learning effect is a phenomenon observed in many areas of testing and research that surround human performance with a physical or cognitive capacity. In this article we’ll explain the learning effect, when it can become an issue and how to account for it.

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How Many Learning Stages are There?

If you’re wondering how many stages of learning there are, then this article is for you! There has been a great deal of research and study on the topic and we will explore the various theories.

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T-Test Agility Drill: How to Perform & Measure

t-test agility drill

The t-test is a popular way to measure athletes ability to change direction forwards, backwards and side to side.

It requires athletes to sprint forwards 10 yards, shuffle to the left 5 yards, then shuffle to the right 10 yards, then shuffle back to the left 5 yards and then run backwards to return to the start/finish line.

The Pro Agility (5-10-5) Test

In this article, we’re going to cover what the pro agility test is, how to perform the test and provide normative data for athletes competing in various sports and at various levels.  What is the Pro Agility Test?  The Pro Agility test, also known as the 5-10-5 test or 20-yard shuttle test, is a popular … Read more