Warmup: Gnome-Up

This is the second version of my currently used warmup sequence for training sessions. It has seen it’s use in the Pink Pain training for tryhards and has yielded good results so far. It is influenced by warmups from Jugglers Jugg (GER) and Setanta (IRE), as well as own experience and field sport warmup reserach. […]

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Coaching Basics I – Structured Training

Summary This article outlines and explains the term training in sports and its requirements in praxis. It aims to raise awareness to the need of structure in training sessions. Requirements of an organized training are argued. Requirements on a sports training Let’s start from an encompassing view and work with some terms and definitions. According to […]

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Coaching Basics II – Prevent Injuries

Four out of five times injuries in Jugger are absolutely avoidable. While this estimation lacks any empiric basis, I want to stress the issue: Many players act like injuries are problem, which occurs to other people.While risk perception is a complex psychological field, injury prevention in sport is not. The clue is: For a prevention to work, you have […]

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Art of Warmup

How to perform a proper warmup is a most controversial topic in mass sports. As even sport scientists disagree with each other, the truth is not easy to be found and may be a search of its own. On the other hand, there is a good set of do’s and don’ts we can start working […]

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Introduction

Welcome everyone… …to the Jugger coach blog. Since I’m missing a website where Jugger players can get and share information on Jugger Training and how to exercise good Jugger training sessions, well… lets start this! What is the Jugger Coaching Blog? It’s an approach on the missing coach schooling opportunities in Jugger sport. Sadly, after […]

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