I chatted to Dan Cottrell about the widespread negativity towards the recent top-level rugby matches we've been witnessing in the northern hemisphere. Is the game broken, are there irreparable cracks or do we just need to adjust our lenses? Dan can be found on Twitter @dan_cottrell (https://twitter.com/Dan_Cottrell) and his website is rugbycoachweekly.net Thanks to Raging Bull for sponsoring this episode. Get 10% off your order at ragingbull.co.uk when you enter the code ARP10 at checkout. PODCAST KIT Everything I use to create, edit and produce this podcast can be found on my Creating a Podcast (https://www.amateurrugbypodcast.com/creating-a-podcast/) page. SUPPORT If you would like to support the podcast in some way then there are plenty of options for you on my Support the Podcast (https://www.amateurrugbypodcast.com/support/) page.
Dan Cottrell - How to Improve as a Player During the Coronavirus Pandemic - The Client-Coach Relationship and more...
The Rugby Muscle Podcast
This week has been a strange one, not just for the Rugby Muscle Podcast but for pretty much the entire world.Nevertheless it was AWESOME to have notorious rugby coach Dan Cottrell on the show to share his wisdom and challenge TJ with some intriguing questions and thoughts.An extremely valuable episode indeed.To find more of Dan's coachinghttps://www.facebook.com/RugbyCoachWeekly/https://www.rugbycoachweekly.net/I will make sure he has an Instagram next timeIf you're interested in Training Camp sign up at https://www.rugby-muscle.com/trainingcampSupport the show (http://rugby-muscle.com)
Real awesome to have Dan go through his journey with Mumbles u6-u16, how the journey with Rugby Coaches Weekly began and touching on discussions around game design and safe environments.Website: https://www.rugbycoachweekly.net/Twitter: @Dan_Cottrell
Creating a magical culture is the key to all aspects of life. Today's guest Dan Cottrell is a master of this, through his teaching, coaching and business. This week's podcast will provide everyone with a truckload of knowledge and ideas to improve whatever purpose or passion they have in their life. Dan has over ten seasons as head coach and editor of Rugby Coach Weekly where he has provided thousands of subscribers worldwide with drills, insight and advice covering all aspects of coaching.A former player for Bath and Bristol, Dan is a level 3 coach, level 2 referee and course tutor. He has coached international rugby with Wales Women, representative rugby with Ospreys U25, U18s and U16s and is currently a coach with Swansea Schoolboys U15. He also coached his son’s team from U6s through U16s.Dan's a regular contributor with ConnectedCoaches and a former director of rugby at Cranleigh School. Dan’s goal is to help all coaches be the best they can be. Great coaches make great players.https://www.rugbycoachweekly.net/
Dan Cottrell, Ep 61, 25 Years of Coaching & Rugby Coach Weekly
The Rugby Coach's Corner Podcast
Dan Cottrell is the Editor of Rugby Coach Weekly and comes with 25 years of coaching experience. Originally a teacher, he took on the Rugby Coach Weekly role full time in 2005 and now mixes it with coach education, tutoring, and coaching. He has had roles with age-grade rugby in Surrey and the Ospreys region, along with an assistant coach role with the Welsh Women. Twitter: @Dan_Cottrell Website: www.rugbycoachweekly.net
Free time, monkey bars and 'Jedi Coaching' - A conversation with Dan Cottrell
The Talent Equation Podcast
Dan Cottrell is an extremely experienced coach with over 25 years at the coal face. He has been writing and discussing coaching for over a decade as the editor of Rugby Coach Weekly, an online magazine for rugby coaches which has allowed him to learn from some of the game's best practitioners. Dan came to the podcast with a specific question about the best way to coach kids when there is an element of safety that needs to be attended to. Needless to say...we didn't stay entirely on topic but the conversation was richer for it. In the podcast we cover...- Why Dan believes that children shouldn't play organised sport younger than age 10- How he uses 'free time' to enable children to truly 'play' without adult intervention- How he uses games to let children learn key movements - Intervention strategies to guide learning and ensure safety- Insights from some of the worlds best coaches and coach developersThis is a conversation rich with information for those trying to improve what they do on a weekend with youngsters as well as having significant implications for those working in talent environments. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Dan Cottrell exposes the latest Scam's, Con's and Hustles invading the planet. Kick back and end the weekend in style by listening to 419 Scammers on the phone, where the tables turned and revenge is comedy! Call the show on +1 (646) 716 7822 email: email@example.com or chat live in the studio chatroom
Dan Cottrell exposes the latest Scam's, Con's and Hustles invading the planet. Kick back and end the weekend in style by listening to 419 Scammers on the phone, where the tables turned and revenge is comedy! Call the show on +1 (646) 716 7822 email: firstname.lastname@example.org or chat live in the studio chatroom
Dan Cottrell exposes the latest Scam's, Con's and Hustles invading the planet. Coming up on the show for Sunday 12th July 2009 (one week before the two year anniversary!!!)President Obama is on a visit to Ghana! I ask our Ghanaian (scamming) spokesman what this means for his economy!The Michael Jackson saga continues as Mr Aishat convinces me that I am the beneficiary of his money (forget what the newspapers say, it's mine OK?) but, is this scammer just the lowest form of common life walking the planet who deserves to be exposed to the world for cashing in on such a tragic death!And Inspector Gadget has a cheque lad on the bounce (Ha ha, see what i did there?) Laughing We put him through his paces to see what he's made of!All that and more coming up on the entertainment highlight of your Sunday! Kick back and end the weekend in style by listening to 419 Scammers on the phone, where the tables turned and revenge is comedy! Call the show on +1 (646) 716 7822 email: email@example.com or chat live in the studio chatroom