Coaching Rules

(5 customer reviews)

To a young coach, this book will be a sturdy platform to begin your new career. The seasoned coach will find subtle reminders, fresh perspectives and reassurance that you’re not alone.

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Product Description

Brendon Rearick

Coaching Rules
A How-To Manual for a Successful Career in Strength and Fitness

“Coaching Rules will be a gamechanger for the clean-shirt intern or the-hole-in-the-shirt, sleep-on-the-gym-floor 20-year veteran. Brendon points a light on what’s truly important in our relationships with ourselves and those we coach.”
~ Tim Concannon, Nothing Stronger

 

Unlike your predecessors, it’s now possible to retire from a long and successful career as a strength and conditioning coach, personal trainer or group fitness instructor. These professions have earned the respect of other fields and are now collectively considered a legitimate career path. Being a trainer or coach is no longer viewed as just a hobby.

With all of the available training information, you’d think there’d be more about the how-tos of coaching. There are countless books on theory, access to thousands of research papers and you can attend a continuing education event every weekend, but who’s teaching you how to be a coach?

“Deliberate and to-the-point. Brendon Rearick has written a coaching how-to with practical application. Do not miss the opportunity to learn from one of our industry’s best.”
~ Olivia Egan-Rudolph, S&C Coach San Jose, CA

Coaching Rules covers the six biggest obstacles you’ll face when pursuing success in the strength and fitness profession: complacency, egotism, poor communication, lack of connection, overcomplication and client attrition.

“Brendon challenges and changes lives. He’s what we all strive to be in our field, a good and decent human.”
~ Dan John, Author of 40 Years with a Whistle

To a young coach, this book will be a sturdy platform to begin your new career. The seasoned coach will find subtle reminders, fresh perspectives and reassurance that you’re not alone.

“No matter where you are in your career, Coaching Rules is by far one of the most valuable resources for trainers wanting a career in coaching. This book provides effective and helpful strategies in becoming a better coach in EVERY facet of the job. Brendon has created something powerful!”
~ Colby Congel

 

Order your copy today to begin or strengthen your coaching career.

Brendon RearickBrendon Rearick

Coach Brendon Rearick began his career at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning in Woburn, MA after graduating with a degree in kinesiology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Over the last 11 years, he has opened a massage business, launched an education company, spoke at conferences both domestically and internationally, created his first product and, with his wife Jenny, opened an adult fitness and sports performance facility in Brentwood, CA.

“Read this book. Learn from a man for whom I have great respect.”
~ Mike Boyle, Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning

Chapter List

Contents

Foreword: Michael Boyle
Preface: Dan John
Introduction
Ground Rules

Part 1: How Should I Coach?
Communicate Clearly

Part 2: How Should I Program?
Keep It Simple

Part 3: How Should I Program?
Do No Harm

Part 4: How Do I Make Coaching a Career?
Serve Others

In Summary

Acknowledgments

Appendices
The Rules List
External Cueing List
Bibliography and Recommended Reading

About the Author

Excerpts

Introduction

Who Benefits?

Strength coaches and personal trainers who want to build a career in the field

5 reviews for Coaching Rules

  1. JULEN ANSOALDE

    I really enjoyed reading Coaching Rules. Well organized, simple and practical. The book I would want to read when I started Coaching.

  2. Elisa Semedo

    Coaching rules by Brendon Rearick

    As a healthcare professional and a strength and conditioning student “coaching rules” is a simple yet comprehensive system to guide anyone in their coaching journey.
    Brendon has the ability to make complex concepts into simple and applicable action steps. This book is to the benefit of anyone who desires to continue to grow, improve their craft and enhance other people’s lives. I’m thankful for all the information, as it served me as a review of what I learned during my internship at MBSC and how applicable these concepts are in the rehabilitation arena.
    It was also a call-out to things I can improve and need to give attention to, such as starting my exercise library with clear and targeted cues.
    Thank you for all that you do Brendon and for being a great example.

    Elisa Semedo PT, DPT, CSCS

  3. Vinny Talluto

    I really enjoyed reading Coaching Rules. Well organized, easily digestible, and a fun read that I found myself nodding/laughing to the entire time! Whether you’re just starting out looking to make an impact or have ‘skin in the game’ and love to reflect- this book has something in it for you.

  4. Jeremy

    I wish I had read this book before embarking on my strength coach career. Every coach should read this book.

  5. Cody Napaepae

    A must read!

    Fitness Coaching is not just about the X’s and O’s of training; it’s about building relationships with your clients and members to set them up for success on their fitness and health journey.

    Coaching Rules sets a framework to help you (the reader) set standards and how you can equip yourself with the right mindset to coach, not just clients, but people.

    The beauty of this book is it’s simplicity. You can read it chunks, or one rule a day. However you decide to read it, you will gain valuable insight on how to apply each rule immediately into your coaching.

    If you’re new to the fitness industry this should be one of the books you grab and keep in your library.

    If you’re a veteran in the industry; this book is a good reminder on why you got started, and how you can continually improve as a coach and building relationships with your members.

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7×9 paperback, 243 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1-931046-25-1.

The ebook edition includes the PDF, Kindle and epub files.

The audiobook was narrated by Brendon and is 4 hours and 53 minutes.

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