Although propelperform was started in June 2012, it was only on September 2nd 2013 that we got propelperform.com up and running (long story that anyone trying to get a website done will probably identify with).
First up, thanks to our contributors who have shared their ideas, experience and wisdom. You’ll no doubt recognise many of the names below as leaders in their respective fields.
- Brendyn Appleby
- Jorge Carvajal
- Dick Gould
- Alex Hampton
- Jon Hood
- Matt Howley
- Jeff Janssen
- Justin Keogh
- Ian McKeown
- Eric Krause
- Glenn Ottaway
- Dan Palmer
- Lachlan Penfold
- Joey Scrivano
- Andrew Small
- Grant Stephensen
- Brad Stoffers
- Pete Wilkins
Secondly, thanks to those who visit, share, like, and comment. To progress the coaching profession we need to all contribute.
Thirdly, if you think you have some ideas that might help other Coaches, Athletes or Parents, drop us a line here. Especially female coaches, we’re deeply embarrassed that we don’t have a single female contributor (looking at you: Suki Hobson, Dee Jennings, Kristie Taylor, Kelly Beahan, Sally Bailey, Emily Nolan, etc.).
Some info we have collected on Google Analytics:
Top 10 Articles are:
- Dear Former Athlete
- The Differences (and Similarities) between Elite & Developmental Sport By Ian McKeown
- For Athletes Only
- 11 Ways to Improve your Coaching
- Things I Thought were Important (But Probably Aren’t) by Brendyn Appleby
- The Silent Evidence
- 7 Essential Questions for Great Coaching by David Hodge
- 8 Reasons S&C Coaches Should get More Credit by David Hodge
- Defending Gen Y
- What Make a Good Coach? by Dan Palmer
People from 122 Countries/Territories have visited.
Top 15 Countries are:
- Ireland (must be the McKeown factor!)
- New Zealand
- South Africa
We have had people from 3244 Cities visit the site.
The Top 15 Cities to visit are:
- Gold Coast
- New York
(The first South African city, Cape Town, comes in 20th).
Average Time Spent on each Page – 2 minutes 12 seconds.
Here is to the next year of growth and development.