I spoke to Simplifaster about my work with TeamNL, my work in rehab, and my general philosophies around performance and training. I particularly like that they pulled out this quote … Continue reading Siobhan Milner on Simplifaster: Performance Training for Niche Winter Sports
Video is a powerful tool for feedback in your strength training. And you don’t even need any fancy apps. Here’s why I love filming in the weight room! 1. The camera doesn’t lie. You’ll see when bad habits are slipping in. I highly recommend filming a set, watching it back IMMEDIATELY, then re-trying the set with your desired technique if changes are required.
Learn about Siobhan Milner’s approach to Strength & Conditioning for Youth Hockey Athletes
A couple of weeks back, I mentioned that one of my athletes who keeps facing rescheduled, cancelled, and postponed races was asking me about tips for staying motivated. I told … Continue reading Races still getting cancelled? Here’s how to stay motivated to train
I spoke about why it’s so important to keep moving (even when gyms are closed!) and gave some practical tips for busy entrepreneurs to integrate movement into their schedules.
Do you want to achieve your sports goals in 2021? Or are you looking to get a pesky injury under control this coming year? Join my free webinar: Goal Setting and Habit Formation for Athletes on Wednesday January 6 at 18:00 CET!
How to readjust your training goals (because… 2020!). Some tips on how to tweak or redirect your goals in the face of changing circumstances.
I firmly believe that showing up to train on your worst days means you’ll always be there on the best days.
I want to remind you of some of the endless benefits of exercise training, even when it feels rough. I think even when we’re not training for anything in particular, these should be pretty strong reasons for us to keep filling out our training logs.
I often talk about the importance of having a goal to direct your training – but how do you set a goal? I’ve got two methods I usually give to clients. Check ’em out here.
I have always been an outdoorsy mover; I prefer running on trails to the treadmill, ocean swimming to the pool (although lakes tend to be a better option around here!), and cycling on the road compared to a spin bike. So the shift to working outside with COVID-19 restrictions has actually been a blessing in disguise! There’s also something else I’ve been noticing: How it’s improving my sleep.
Thank you so much to everyone who has joined me for free workouts over the last two months (and for supporting me along the way).
As many of you know, the Netherlands is now allowing outdoor workouts, with 1.5m distance between people. This means I’m returning to training many of my athletes and rehab clients, AND I’m teaching 4 general strength and fitness classes a week at Stride 6ft8 Sports Performance’s pop-up location at Kralingseplaslaan 149, Rotterdam.
I’ll be honest – it feels almost insensitive to share this new paper in light of how overwhelmed ICUs and hospitals worldwide are at present in the wake of the … Continue reading New Paper: Intensive care unit clinicians identify many barriers to, and facilitators of, early mobilisation