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Coach Expertise and Client Agency: Finding A Balance


Fitness blogs and trade journals alike have many articles on ways to improve your coaching, and we’re no exception. There are entire books devot... Continue reading
The Importance of Emphasizing Power Training in Older Clients


Muscular power is the ability to quickly generate force, apply it to a load and successfully complete an action. Although we routinely schedule progra... Continue reading
Unconventional movements to add to your conditioning workouts


Those privy to the functional fitness scene are very familiar with the so-called "conventional” exercises in WODs and competitive exercise ... Continue reading
Utilizing Post Activation Potentiation to Maximize Power Output


How many of us early in our training history looked at the warm-up as just some time for a little stretching, coupled with a little cardio before hitt... Continue reading
Movement Standards


We all have them, whether we are aware of them or not. Some are elegant and beautiful, while others can be downright atrocious. Some are clearly defin... Continue reading
Don’t skip Out on Jumping Rope


There are few modes of training that offer the wide spectrum of training effects that rope jumping does. In addition, a good, high quality rope costs ... Continue reading
Training with Chronic Illness: A Perspective


Exercise is generally prescribed for people that are living with chronic illness and while it seems to be universally accepted as a good idea, there d... Continue reading
Willpower


Happy New Year! Each year when December rolls over into January, a widespread phenomenon called the New Year’s resolution occurs. The idea is th... Continue reading
Five Holiday Gift Ideas For Your Favorite Athlete


Getting the right present isn't always easy, especially when the person you're shopping for seems to have everything they need. Here are some options ... Continue reading
Staying Consistent During the Holidays


So Thanksgiving’s just passed. Your eyes are still heavy from the tryptophan and your belt’s a little tighter because of Grandma’s a... Continue reading
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