Coach Development

Read the evidence, but don’t ignore what works.
Volunteer hours will mold you into the coach and trainer you want to become, so take every opportunity to learn from others.
Sometimes we forget that the workout is not the end goal, it is merely part of the process to a larger vision.
If you conduct a variety of large-scale interval-type exercise sessions (group exercise and boot camp-style) you need to be organized and have a pre-set plan.
DVRT education delivers value by focusing on a clear and sensible system, not just exercises.
This simple exercise can help you deliver your expertise with confidence.
Without standards and quality control, your knowledge, passion, and coaching skills are for naught.
Effort-based praise can improve an athlete’s performance by creating a growth mindset.
Knowing a bit about a lot is the key to being an effective trainer.
This book is for anyone seeking to pursue less to achieve more.
A strong, braced core actually impedes athletic power.
Loaded carries can be your secret weapon in client progress and retention.
Modelling better movement is essential to bridging the gap between a coach’s and the client’s experiences.
The best teachers deliver the right cues for the right bodies.
Success in the fitness business sometimes means getting naked.
It's the little things, done with absolute consistency, that bring the most profound rewards.
If optimizing each student's’ unique experience sounds like a lot of work, it is.