coaching

The mark of a good trainer isn't the ability to work with an athlete, but rather with the Average Joe.
Nervous about jumping into youth coaching? There’s no need. Here are some tips if you're just getting started.
A recent study reveals that a personal training certification does not necessarily equal knowledge.
Earning a black belt on the mat is one thing, but it doesn't grant you any entitlement in every day life.
For better or for worse, it is hard to deny the impact that Glassman and CrossFit have had on the fitness scene.
It is easy to point out fault in an athlete's technique, but coaching that person toward better skills is all about communication.
Clients seek out hairdressers to “do” their hair. Students seek out knowledge. Are you a client or a student?
Getting strong is about more than lifting big weights.
Discover how to identify if it's time to find a different coach for your child and what steps to take.
Take your athleticism to the next level by having rules and enforcing training standards.
Everyone has different coaching styles, but these four things will help you spot a bad personal trainer from a mile away.
If you've struggled with where to find reliable nutrition information, you'll want to read this guide.
If you're wading through the mess of choosing a coach for your child, don't worry, there's help.
Some of the toughest lessons we learn in the classroom can teach us to cope with the challenges we face as coaches and athletes.
Get youth athletes headed in the right direction and keep despair at bay.
Tangible numbers are not the only indicators of progress and you, as a coach, need to know why.
#Family is like training - more is not necessarily better. Better is better.