Coach Development

Older clients are capable of amazing things. Plan smart to help them stay strong and mobile now and in the future.
A client's battle isn't always physical. Understanding mental and emotional factors can help overcome roadblocks.
We're going to wrap up The Talent Code adventure by analyzing the catalytic addition of a master coach.
The problem is, we need to set minimums. We need baselines that we decide are acceptable before we move onto higher and harder training.
Coaching is a tough profession and achieving long-term success is difficult. Use these proven techniques to get the most out of your athletes.
Don't let a bad ump ruin your game. Instead, use respect and communication to your advantage.
I’ve identified a problem many beginners have with learning the snatch, and I hope it will help other coaches, too.
Nervous about jumping into youth coaching? There’s no need. Here are some tips if you're just getting started.
As a coach working with youth, there are a few things that you need to get straight.
Don't let the weightlifting enthusiasm in your youth slip through your fingers, instead learn how to keep them engaged.
Avoid potential injury in young weightlifters by employing these four shoulder exercises before it's too late.
Coaches, don't let the sun set on the potential of youth weightlifting before its potential is discovered.
I'm a big believer in starting children while they're young. Here's why RDLs are my favorite exercise.
Coaches, stop the downward spiral of detrimental coaching and nutritional counseling with your obese clients.
Teaching kids how to do the Olympic lifts is different from teaching adults. Change your cues accordingly.
Young athletes don't always realize the impact their training will have on their future. Here's how to protect them.
Coaching clients over forty isn't just about teaching technique, but also learning how to communicate with them.