Dr Mark Noon is a lecturer in sport and exercise science at Coventry university as well as assistant manager at Brackley Town Football Club.In this conversation we discuss his recently published (2020) peer-reviewed article:The Influence of Recruitment Age and Anthropometric and Physical Characteris
Publish Date: May 23, 2021
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Dr Mark Noon is a lecturer in sport and exercise science at Coventry university as well as assistant manager at Brackley Town Football Club.In this conversation we discuss his recently published (2020) peer-reviewed article:The Influence of Recruitment Age and Anthropometric and Physical Characteristics on the Development Pathway of English Academy Football Players Published in the International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance.The Five W's PodcastWhat Works for Who in What Context and WhyThe podcast explores a biopsychosocial approach to athlete development, Each episode explores a unique perspective on the topic from the viewpoint of academia, athletes, coaches, practitioners, psychologists, researchers, S&C and sports scientists, and seeks to be relevant to anyone interested in athlete development. DEFINITION OF TERMS(My current working definitions):BioPsychoSocial: A recognition that athletic and sporting performance depends on the interaction of a large number of interconnected factors; Bio (Physical), Psycho (Psychological) and Social (Socio-Environmental) and the practitioners deliberate planning, implementation, practice and reflection of all three aspects combining to provide optimised individual learning opportunities for athletes and coaches. Psychosocial: The understanding and appreciation of how psychological (e.g., pedagogical / andragogical strategies, motivation, coach-athlete relationship) and socio-environmental (session design, social interaction, leadership) factors underpin physical (bio) performanceThis podcast is a form of knowledge exchange for my Doctoral studies which I am currently undertaking at Leeds Beckett University, so I do want to highlight their contribution to my skills, knowledge and experience as well as a HUGE thank to my supervisory team Professor Kevin Till and Dr Tom Mitchell, as well as all the other lecturers within the Carnegie School of Sport that have and continue to support me on my research-practitioner journey. The podcast is brought to you in association with PlayerLayer.comPlayer Layer is a sports brand with clothing that is built to last. Their products are simple, functional, no fast fashion, using Eco Friendly materials. Their Sport can drive change campaign is certainly one that sits well with Podium Performance Strength & Conditioning and The Five W’s podcast.They create clothing to help connect athletes to their team and to build bonds between players, coaches, staff and supporters. They all Belong..One Earth, One Team, Belong.Follow the Five W’s podcast on Instagram to receive discount codes for Player Layer clothing.