coaching cues

More than anything else, music has helped me learn a visceral connection to movement and lifting weights.
As coaches, we learn best when we expose ourselves to different perspectives and challenges.
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.
Fix some of the most common mistakes in your deadlift.
Let your ego go, apologize when appropriate, and practice often.
How can you learn skills on your own confidently, without risk of injury?
Proper position and movement patterns are the foundation of every athletic movement.
The best teachers deliver the right cues for the right bodies.
Don't drown your athletes in a flood of cues and information.
The development of the coaching eye is not a well defined pathway, but it is one that must be undertaken if one wishes to become the best coach possible.
We're going to wrap up The Talent Code adventure by analyzing the catalytic addition of a master coach.
Better coaching means better client learning. Choose your words wisely.
Having mirrors in your gym can be good for reflection, but bad for form. Shatter technique issues by teaching self-awareness.
Coaching grip the correct way will have a profound impact on your athletes' performance and longevity.
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.