How Do You Get Better Buy-In on Resets?

One of the most common issues I hear from trainers and coaches alike is getting their clients and athlete to “buy-in” to doing resets, breathing, correctives, etc.

And trust me – I know how it feels!

It can be really tough to get your fast-paced, high-energy, or massively driven clients to slow down and do the little things that will make them better.

So how do you convince them?

How do you get them to take 3-5 minutes out of their session to work on breathing or resets?

I explain in this short video!

I really hope this helps – thanks for watching and have a great day!

All the best,

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