Hitting a wall in your training? Are your personal records stuck? Wishing you had time to accomplish more, but just can’t make it work? Here are six articles from six of our expert coaches on how you might be going about things wrong and how you can turn your training around to use your time more effectively.
Endurance coach Graeme Turner hears a lot of stories about how there just isn’t enough time to train for a triathlon, Iron man, or other endurance events. But he doesn’t believe these stories one bit. Here’s what he recommends as far as fitting your endurance training into the 24 hours you’ve got each day.
In other businesses, the customer may always be right – but according to coach Eric C. Stevens, that’s not how the fitness industry works. He sees that far more typically the training clients think they know how to get what they want, but the truth is, they wouldn’t be coming to see you if that was the case.
You’ve probably coached one of these clients at some point. Or maybe you were this client at some point! You know, the way-too-enthusiastic client who wants to do way too much, too soon. Coach Mariah Heller gives some great tips on help to help newbies get through this phase successfully.
In this second episode of our Breaking Muscle Radio podcast, we spoke with former world-class skiier and current world-class coach Eva T. about the difference between athletes and trainees, and how we can all go about staying healthy and training for the long-haul.
Trying to have it all and getting frustrated? Well, coach Andrew Read says you can have it all. Sort of. I mean, not really, but you can likely get a whole lot closer than you currently are by following this simple program that combines a variety of fitness and strength goals.
You’re doing it wrong. Yes, that’s right – you. You’re doing it wrong if you’re coming at your training in any of these three ways outlined by strongman and strength expert Chet Morjaria. Which one is you? Or maybe one of your clients?