A How-To Manual for a Successful Career in Strength and Fitness
~ 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.
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