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  • coaching
    A strategic approach to practice
    Written by Phil Kearney

    Whether playing sport, practicing a musical instrument, learning to drive or studying schoolwork, understanding how to practice most effectively has...

  • coaching
    Organising training activities to maximise learning
    Written by Phil Kearney

    Organising training activities to maximise learning: Lessons from the science of skill acquisition Skill acquisition (also known as motor learning)...

  • runzone
    RUNSAFE, STAY SAFE
    Written by Grace Lynch, RDO for Munster for AAI

    As a runner, I am always faced with new challenges which require me to adapt in order to persevere and reach my goals. Maybe it is starting a new...

  • juvenile
    Carraig na bhFear AC focusing on retaining their juvenile members
    Written by Athletics Ireland

    Children love to run and jump with their friends. Athletic clubs provide a structure and organisation to develop these skills of running and jumping...

  • organisational
    Some tips on getting up and running
    Written by David Matthews - 2 Time Olympian, Double Irish Record Holder

    There’s no doubt we are right in the middle of a running boom in Ireland.  There isn’t a parish or village across the country that...

  • organisational
    Relaxation and Running
    Written by Catherina McKiernan

    Running has always been an integral part of my life, and I have been lucky enough to be able to turn my passion for running into a career which I look...

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