programming

With the exploding popularity of group training, we have lost touch with what it actually means to call yourself a coach.
Whether you run classes or coach one-on-one, programming flexibility is a necessity.
Older clients are capable of amazing things. Plan smart to help them stay strong and mobile now and in the future.
Is there such a thing as CrossFit programming?
Teaching methods and coaches are evolving, as are the cookie-cutter software programs.
A shift in perspective is what the industry needs to prioritize movement for the long haul.
Smart group programming is secondary to a good community, but it can also be an effective way to build relationships.
A complete system has elements of performance, but it must also address injury prevention and whole body integration.
The price and weight gaps can make moving to a bigger kettlebell intimidating, but here's how to progress logically and safely.
If you've decided to build your own training plan from the ground up, here's how to get started.
Simplicity isn't sexy, but it's the only "weird trick" you need to know.
Managing intensity and fatigue is the key to a well-rounded program.
First understand the science, then layer the art on top of it.
Get strong, stay strong, and keep getting stronger by decoupling volume and intensity.
The best program is one written just for you, but when does personalization become counterproductive?
The key to perpetual muscular adaptation and growth is the introduction of unfamiliar stimuli.
If you are a novice lifter or looking for quick results, save both your time and your money and wait until you’re ready to focus.