coaching

Be safe, be proactive, and stay active.
So many of us can relate to the struggles of change, the challenges of being a parent, and learning to balance both your life and your families. Here is one story to inspire.
Trainers should practice empathy, learn about what the client's dreams and goals are, dig deeper, and find their real why.
Get yourself a promising amateur or an established professional to help you understand your body and how it best responds to exercise.
It is the people and situations we tend to avoid that can teach us the most and promote our own growth.
Jennifer Pilotti’s inquiring mind and constant need to educate herself, and her peers, has helped her shaped a unique movement practice among in the Monterey Bay area.
The vast majority of people who are working out right now are in a globo gym and the vast majority of them don't have proper coaching
Our objective should be to create opportunities for health and fitness for everyone. Our goal should be to elevate the indie gyms that create supportive, nurturing fitness families.
Top officials are well into retirement age while the generation that should be replacing them is often missing in action.
Improving weaknesses in particular areas and gaining better neuromuscular balance and control should be the goal of training.
Having the drive to improve yourself is a start, but what’s the point if you’ve got nowhere to direct your energy?
The fitness industry is a service industry so, you better get used to demanding better service or lose out in bigger ways than you anticipated.
Whatever the past year brought you, it's time to stay in the moment and put the lessons learned to good use in a new year.
Coaches should be paid based on gross revenue, and on clients sticking around.
If you understand what a coach has to consider to create a good program, it can help you identify a good coach or even help you understand how to program for yourself.
If you listen to the wrong kind of “experts” these days, there’s a good chance you’d never try anything.
If attempting to complicate training protocols too quickly, an athlete can be placed in a dangerous and potentially harmful situation.