Category Archives: evaluating

What is the purpose of your testing?

I have been thinking about this recently as FMS (functional movement screen) has managed to arrive on the SouthCoast of MA. FMS is currently offered at the local YMCA and was present at TriMania Summit. And while the region is … Continue reading

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Yup, that's me. I have my agenda, my goals and my objectives…. And I can easily spend just as much time doing much of nothing as I can be productive. Rest and down time are vital, but when these seethe … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

I want to take a moment to wish you and your family a Happy New Year! In southern New England, 2014 has arrived in a fury, and we are expecting blizzard-like conditions tomorrow and Frdiay. I am glad I have … Continue reading

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The Speed of Trust

I have been audio-'reading' the book, The Speed of Trust, by Steven Covey. This book while designed for the business world, has some valuable insights into developing trust in relationships. I have been learning and utilizing tools to develop trust … Continue reading

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When the record does not reflect the Ability

And so…… Our record is 1 and 5 — that is five losses and one win. And right now, many of you are thinking that the field hockey team must not be that good. While we have our share of … Continue reading

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Testing….. why???

Testing is training and training is testing. This is my firm belief. ┬áThere is a purpose in the testing and there is a purpose in the training and the two are interconnected and an integral part of any training protocol. … Continue reading

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