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.
The key to success with sedentary clients is getting started right.
Nothing will expose your mobility or stability problems faster than squatting with a weight over your head.
There is no better tool to force your entire body to work as one cohesive piece.
Better coaching means better client learning. Choose your words wisely.
I’ve identified a problem many beginners have with learning the snatch, and I hope it will help other coaches, too.
Rules of alignment have a place in helping us learn, but your body still holds the answers.
Teaching kids how to do the Olympic lifts is different from teaching adults. Change your cues accordingly.
Movement hierarchies are an invaluable tool for group training, to ensure everyone is at the right level.
Want to be a better coach? These simple techniques will help you along your way.
Evaluate your coaching, evaluate each other’s coaching - then make the improvements. Your athletes will thank you.
Are you simply repeating the words other coaches use or are you using your cues to address an athlete’s specific physiological challenges?
Are you actually coaching your clients? Time to incorporate the Compliment Sandwich or Macro-Micro-Macro Approach.