Conversation with PGA Golf Coach Gavin Clark

https://sportsprinciples.com/podcast-player/1637/conversation-with-pga-golf-coach-gavin-clark.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 46:21 | Recorded on May 4, 2020In this episode, Sam chats to friend and colleague Gav Clark, PGA professional at Winter Hill...

Conversation with Nick Jackson – Rugby Coach

https://sportsprinciples.com/podcast-player/1622/conversation-with-nick-jackson-rugby-coach.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 51:58 | Recorded on April 20, 2020In this episode Sam and Nick have a meandering conversation over a couple of beers one...

Sam and Lucy Moore Talk Coaching Relationships

https://sportsprinciples.com/podcast-player/1609/sam-lucy-moore-talk-coaching-relationships.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 75 mins | Recorded on April 18, 2020In this episode, Sam talks to Hockey Coach and Sport England Coach developer Lucy Moore....

Sam and Rugby Coach Edd Conway Discuss Coaching Philosophy

https://sportsprinciples.com/podcast-player/1585/edd-conway-coaching-philosophy.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 47 mins | Recorded on March 28, 2020Rugby Coach Edd Conway did his Masters thesis on the subject of Coaching Philosophy. If you want to...

Recruitment and Retention

https://sportsprinciples.com/podcast-player/1467/rugby-recruitment-retention.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 15 mins | Recorded on October 24, 2019Sam and RFU rugby coach Nick Jackson chat about the opportunities for recruitment and retention at...

Coaching and Philosophy

Coaching and Philosophy By Sam Jarman – It may not be fashionable to say it in certain circles, but some types of knowledge, some levels of thinking, are just more important than others. This hierarchy of knowledge, or more precisely, the fact it isn’t...

Thinking Correctly Under Pressure

Thinking Correctly Under Pressure. By Sam Jarman –  If you would prefer to listen to this article rather than read it, please click the Play button on the audio file below. T- CUP Audio by Sam Jarman...

The Illusion of Control

Ten Things You Can’t Control, so Can Quit Worrying About by Sam Jarman The meme above has been doing the rounds on Twitter over the past few months. I believe it is pointing players and coaches in the wrong direction, so I posted the following as a counter...

It’s OK Not To Be OK..

But Then What ? By Sam Jarman – If you would prefer to listen to, rather than read this article, you can hear a narration by pressing play. It's OK Not to Be OK Audio by Sam Jarman...

Coaching Young People

https://sportsprinciples.com/podcast-player/1614/coaching-young-people.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 51:51In this episode, Sam and Grayson discuss the importance of understanding how the mind works when it comes to coaching young...

Leadership and Culture

https://sportsprinciples.com/podcast-player/1613/leadership-and-culture.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 56:56In this episode, Sam and professional rugby player Grayson Hart share some thoughts about leadership and culture both on and off the field of...

Authentic Leadership

Authentic Leadership By Sam Jarman- If you would prefer to listen, rather than read the article, please press the ‘Play’ button below. Authentic Leadership Audio by Sam Jarman...

The Problem With ‘Evidence – Based’ Coaching

The Problem with ‘Evidence – Based’ Coaching by Sam Jarman- Over the past 50 years, science has played a major role in the development of all major sports. From revolutionising the equipment used, to the improved understanding of physiology and nutrition, to the...

Are Your Values Valuable?

Are Your Values Valuable ? By Sam Jarman – Often when we are approached by a sports team, school or business, there are references to the ‘values’ that the organisation has decided are important for their people to embody or express. There is frustration felt by...

How Do You Know What You Know?

How Do You Know What You Know ? By Sam Jarman – In recent years, as science has played a greater role in sports, a trend has developed to making coaching ‘evidence based’. While in theory, this seems like a good thing, it raises important questions. Questions...

What Comes Next?

What Comes After A Career in Professional Sport? Article by Sam Jarman and Grayson Hart – For most professional athletes, time spent playing the game they love will be the shorter of their two careers. Consideration of what happens afterwards can be the source...

The Game of Life

The Game of Life.  Article by Grayson Hart –  Sport is a great analogy for this illusion we call life. We strive and compete for an outcome. We get fully immersed in the process. We love it. We hate it. We become overjoyed and depressed. But when all is said and...

Conversation with Russell Earnshaw

*PODCAST* ‘Rusty’ is a legend in rugby coaching circles. As Head of the player pathway at the RFU he was instrumental in revolutionising the way young players are coached. He now runs the Magic Academy, a coaching organisation dedicated to improving the...

Transitions In Sport and Life

https://sportsprinciples.com/podcast-player/1612/transitions-in-sport-and-life.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 53:01 | Recorded on April 16, 2018In this episode, Sam, Grayson and Glasgow Warriors back row forward Adam Ashe discuss ways to understand...

The Link Between Well-being and Performance

https://sportsprinciples.com/podcast-player/1611/well-being-and-performance.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 1:01:46In this episode, Sam and Professional rugby player Grayson Hart talk about how understanding well being and happiness can influence...