Posts tagged "coaching"
Chris Holder: Breaking Down Coaching Instruction
Coaching is an art form. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Chris Holder breaks down coaching instruction to uncover what makes great coaches . . . gre...
Dave Whitley: The Art of Perfect Practice
Strongman Dave Whitley takes on some of the famous aphorisms about practice, discusses the wrong way to practice and leads you to the right way.
Guy Massi: Stay General or Go Specific When Training Young Athletes?
A philosophical and practical look at the training timeline for young athletes; from general athleticism to sport-specific skills, giving guidance on decisions to be made along the way.
Chris Holder: Coaching with Confidence to Share Knowledge and Experience
Chris Holder reflects on 20 years of collegiate strength coaching experience and provides wisdom and guidance regarding knowledge, communication and building positive relationships with...
Dan John: Strength Coaching Athletes
Training wisdom from Dan John: strength coaching athletes isn't always about the weight room. Sometimes you have to get inside their heads.
Dan John: Alignment
Dan John discusses the simple beauty of alignment and why it must be a common theme and vital requirement in sport and fitness.
Greg Dea: Wellness Monitoring
On any given day, your client’s wellbeing has more to do with how good a trainer or coach you are than you might think. Greg Dea explains why wellness monitoring should be mandatory ...
Joey Wolfe: Connecting with Players is Coaching to Win
Using his personal experiences as a baseball player, baseball coach and trainer, Joey Wolfe looks at the vital need for coaches to know their athletes, personally and emotionally, in or...
Taylor Lewis: How Training Specialized Athletes Helps Your Everyday Clients
Working with the 1% population is a blessing within a blessing. Taylor Lewis breaks down the key components of specialized training for specific athletes and looks at how those experien...
Coaching Movements and Skills with Nick Winkelman
There are two parts to great coaching. The first is possessing the right knowledge—what techniques to use, what exercises to use, what drills to use and what methods to use. The other...
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