Bookmarked 2: Frans Bosch and 2016 Debrief

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I’ve spent the better part of the year revisiting the work of Frans Bosch, biomechanics and motor control, as well as more personal and professional development books within the realms of Simon Sinek and Daniel Pink. It is my aim for 2017 to revisit the simpler concepts, or rather the fundamentals within the scope of Strength and Conditioning as well as actively synthesise what I’ve panned out of 2016’s continued education efforts. I will also endeavour to be more active across social media (including this site) for the purposes of sharing information and ideas for the collective growth, but more importantly, to celebrate the consistent efforts of the good people who I am fortunate to work with and am so very proud of.

Below are some of the online articles that I’ve recently saved relating to the above topics. You can also find some other reviews of Frans Bosch’s work and a huge selection of other good reads in a previous post here.

I hope you have all had a fruitful 2016 and wish you and yours a safe entry into 2017, and wellness and prosperity throughout.

Regards,

DJ

Training Monotony: How This One Factor Can Reload or Ruin Athletes

A Review of Strength Training and Coordination: An Integrative Approach and
20 Best Tips of 2016 for Sport Professionals
from Carle Valle at Simplifaster

4 Things I learned From Frans Bosch
By Martin Bingisser

5 Important Points From My Trip To Holland To Meet Frans Bosch
by Dave O’Sullivan

The Less-Traveled Road: Frans Bosch’s Path to Contextual Strength Training
by Ken Jakaslsi

Review: Frans Bosch Clinic
from Pat Ward

Random Thoughts on the New Frans Bosch Book and More
by Mladen Jovanovic, members only

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Best Books of…2016
by Stu McMillan of Altis. Stu offers his thoughts on Bosch’s methods and I tend to agree with his sentiments.

Coach stuart McMillan’s Best Books of 2016

What the Top Fitness and Rehab Experts are Doing Differently This Year

Storytelling Enhances the Influence of Science-Based Writing

https://altis.world/news/coaches-are-not-mind-readers-the-art-of-the-daily-debrief/
from Kyle Hierholzer at Altis

The Art of The Debrief
By Michael Bungay Stanier

”The hard work is behind you. The project is over, and everyone is breathing a sigh of relief. But, how did it measure up?”

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