Sports Technology

Setanta Talks – featuring S&C Coach for Georgia Rugby, Ged McNamara

In this episode of Setanta Talks, we had Clare local Ged McNamara talk to Dr. Liam about how he has become one of the key developers of S&C for Georgia Rugby, his preparation for the Rugby World Cup and how [...]

The Oversimplification of Training Load Monitoring and a Need for Change

Elite athlete, coach, scientist and Programme Director of our Master of Science in Performance Coaching, Dr. Joe Warne, looks at key aspects hindering identifying a valid method of training load monitoring and the need to treat players, athletes, and performers [...]

By |2019-06-12T23:31:50+01:00June 12th, 2019|Athletic Performance, Sports Technology, Masters|

WGPA Player Welfare Workshop: Test Results

In preparation for our next performance workshop in conjunction with our proud partners, the WGPA (Women’s Gaelic Players Association), we have decided to take a look at some of the testing data gathered at the inaugural WGPA performance workshop held [...]

Q&A with Italian Rugby Strength and Conditioning Coach Mark Brady

A fascinating sub-plot to the match in Rome is the story of the Irish names involved in Italian rugby. There is the head coach and an outstanding out-half, while a key member of the Italian backroom team hails from Dundrum, [...]

By |2019-05-22T17:34:56+01:00February 22nd, 2019|Athletic Performance, Rugby, Sports Technology, Opinion, Setanta Talks|

David Moriarty: An Insight into the Changes of the Last Decade in Limerick GAA

How has the preparation of the fitness of hurlers changed in the past eleven years since Limerick last made an appearance at an All-Ireland final? Setanta tutor, David Moriarty was lucky to have been involved in the Limerick senior hurling [...]

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