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Brett Bartholomew on the Art of Conscious Coaching

Brett Bartholomew is a strength and conditioning coach, author, adjunct professor, and Founder of the performance coaching and consulting company, The Bridge Human Performance®. His experience includes working with athletes both in the team environment and private sector along with members of the United States Special Forces and members of Fortune 500 companies. Taken together, […]

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Dan Noble on Motivation and the Art of Coaching

Dan Noble is in his 10th year as the strength and conditioning coach and director of Physical Education at The Hill Academy. He is also the owner of Noble Sports and Performance. In this show, Dan and I talk about how he got his early motivation via Hulk Hogan, his thoughts on the art of […]

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My 5 LEAST FAVORITE Coaching Cues

(Lead Photo Courtesy of Flickr) After last week’s article, I was perusing the Twitterverse and came across the following comment: @RobTrainSystems can you write one with your least favorite cues? — Jared Rosenberg (@JRStrengthFit) June 8, 2016 Thanks Jared for the great idea! Normally I like to keep my articles positive. Yet in this case, […]

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Do’s and Don’ts of Coaching

I don’t know about you, but when I went to school there wasn’t a textbook or a course for coaching. We could get all the anatomy, physiology and biomechcanics that our little heart desired. But when it came down to the nitty gritty details of helping a real, live person get better? Sorry, but that […]

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RTS Coaching – Whole Foot on RDL’s

One of the key things we focus on at IFAST is feeling your feet when you train. Feeling your whole foot is critical for optimizing center of gravity, which in turn allows you to load and feel the appropriate muscles when training. I often joke that strength training is the only sport where it’s beneficial […]

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