Posts tagged "coaching"
“It’s not where you start, it’s where you finish.” Dan John gives you the small, but important additions that lead to a successful Russian Kettlebe...
Athletes live in transitions. Dan John differentiates between when those transitions should be reactive and when they should be etched—as in Olympic lifting.
What were the game-changing events in Dan John’s life? One thing’s for sure: Dan’s game changers are all about performance!
If you want to be a great coach, you need to be a great communicator. Chris Holder guides you on errors that can easily be corrected to better convey your knowledge to your athletes.
Changing direction with speed and agility is a ‘symphony’ of athleticism – Chris Holder discusses the vital importance of turning speed and how he coaches it to his teams’ advan...
Spreadsheets are great for developing percentage-based strength training programs, but Glenn Pendlay wonders if they change how we view the training experience.
Iron Tamer Dave Whitley talks kettlebell wrist position, pain compliance and why ‘goosenecking’ is a good thing for your rack, press and getup.
In this informative primer on learning styles and learning disorders, Guy Massi gives you tips on being more aware of your client’s learning needs as part of your differentiated instr...
Drs. Weingroff and Cheng cover a quick and easy drill to make sure your hip hinge is where it needs to be: as far back as your anatomy and flexibility will allow.
People are always trying to sell you a magic pill to get you leaner, faster, stronger. The truth is, as far as training is concerned, a long-term vision is far better.
Dan John spills his three secrets of performance and plays a language game to ensure that your clients are truly understanding what you tell them.
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