Entries by dazdrake

APA are Recruiting!!

I have a few important announcements today!!! APA Are Recruiting! APA have a number of vacancies within the APA network.  If you would like to be considered for a role with APA then please send a covering letter and CV to APA Owner, Daz Drake at daz@apacoaching.co.uk with email title APA.01 For Full Details Download […]

Workshop Review- [Part1] Proformance April 2019

This will be the first in a series of Workshop reviews starting with a Guest Blog from APA coach Gabe Fishlock Over the 6th and 7th of April myself and many other professionals spent the weekend diving down rabbit holes of various depths inside the heads of James Baker and Dr Mike Young, the minds […]

Can Heavy Sled Training Make You Faster?- Part 2

I wanted to follow up one the blog on JB Morin’s Pacey Performance Podcast with a bit more of a discussion around resisted sprints.  This will be a two-part blog.  The first blog looked at the benefits of resisted sled work in developing technical mastery.  This blog will look at the use of resisted sprints […]

Can Heavy Sled Training Make You Faster?

I wanted to follow up one the blog on JB Morin’s Pacey Performance Podcast with a bit more of a discussion around resisted sprints.  This will be a two-part blog.  The first blog will look at the benefits of resisted sled work in developing technical mastery.  This is more an opinion of mine rather than […]

APA Are Recruiting!

I have a few important announcements today!!! APA Are Recruiting! APA have a number of vacancies within the APA network.  If you would like to be considered for a role with APA then please send a covering letter and CV to APA Owner, Daz Drake at daz@apacoaching.co.uk with email title APA.01 For Full Details Download […]

Pacey Performance Podcast REVIEW- Episode 212 Boo Schexnayder

This blog is a review of the Pacey Performance Podcast Episode 212 – Boo Schexnayder Boo Schexnayder Website: www.sacspeed.com Background:  Boo began his career as a high school mathematics teacher as well as the American football and track coach.  He eventually gravitated into collegiate track and field, and upon his first retirement in 2007 began […]