coaching cues

Better coaching means better client learning. Choose your words wisely.
Coaching grip the correct way will have a profound impact on your athletes' performance and longevity.
The right coaching cues can get a room full of novices on the same page. Try these non-traditional cues to get past common lifting errors.
Having mirrors in your gym can be good for reflection, but bad for form. Shatter technique issues by teaching self-awareness.
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Many athletes rely on their defaults of mobility, speed, and power to get the job done. Instead, cultivate balanced technique in all your athletes.
Using orthoses is a great way to reinforce what the correct positions are, even when you’re not standing there making corrections.
No matter what type of coach you are, save yourself some headaches and keep these tips in mind.
From setting goals to managing your lifters at competitions, there are some guidelines to keep in mind as a coach.
Being the best coach you can be means tailoring your approach depending on how each of your students learn.
It is easy to point out fault in an athlete's technique, but coaching that person toward better skills is all about communication.
Tangible numbers are not the only indicators of progress and you, as a coach, need to know why.
Despite what you may read, there is no such thing as a "one size fits all" cue for your athletes.