The Top Article of the Week
Keeping the ‘Coach’ in Science-Based Coaching — James Kreiger, RippedBody.com
As fit pros we all want to make sure that our coaching practices are science-based.
How can we best use science to optimize results for our clients?
Read all about it in this week’s top article.
Does Insulin Status Predict Carbohydrate Tolerance? — Cliff Harvey, Science Driven Nutrition
My Body Size Does Not Determine My Ability — Kristy Fassio, Girls Gone Strong
How to Assess Your Postpartum Client –Marika Hart, Girls Gone Strong
When It Comes to Fitness Start with the Right Questions — Eric Stevens, Brekaing Muscle
2 Ways To Think Like An Olympian — Martin Rooney
Tip: Slow Gains? 3 Things You Might Be Missing — Tony Gentilcore, T Nation
Hydration Testing — William Jardine, Science for Sport
The 5 Most Dangerous Deadlift Mistakes — Christian Thibaudeau, T-Nation
Is Muscle Confusion The Right Move? — Rudy Mawer
Keto Diet: The What, Why And How — Joe Huskey, Healthy Living, Heavy Lifting
Living Better in a Profession of Martyrdom: Advice for Young Strength Coaches— Bryan Mann, Elite FTS
How to Make This Fitness Career Thing Work — Erica Suter
The 3 R’s To Grow Your Personal Training Income — Bedros Keuilian
How to Be a Master Salesman and Influence Decisions — Bedros Keuilian