The Top Article of the Week
Wow. Erica Suter hit the nail on the head with this one.
When coaching a client, you need to be contemplating only one question — What is best for the client? Sometimes the best thing for the client will be something that contradicts your core philosophy. If you preach moderation, you’ll stumble upon client who actually does better with rigid rules.
It’s in that precise moment that you’re faced with a choice: Is your coaching about you or about your clients?
How I Found Peace With My Body — Jen Comas, Girls Gone Strong
Good Things That Get Ruined When Taken to Extremes — Nia Shanks
Acknowledge Your Fit Privilege — James Fell
How to Trust the Process — Steve Hall
The Coaching Algorithm — Guillermo Munoz, The PTDC
This Easy 6-Step Template Saves You Hours of Time Creating Programs for Any Client — Yunus Barisik, The PTDC
The 3 Principles of Strength & Conditioning for Combat Sports — Ciaran O’Regan
Lightweight Bodybuilder In A Jacked Bro’s World — Scott Tousignant
Another New Diet Isn’t The Solution — Amber Thome, Girls Gone Strong
That Time I Worked For the Sugar Industry… — Steve Kamb
How to Improve Your Time Management — Dean Somerset
4 Steps To Deeper Learning — Mike Robertson
If You Want To Improve, You’re Going To Have To Deal With Some Shit — Justin Kompf, Tonygentilcore.com
How To Get More Referrals — Ryan Ketchum, Fitness Revolution Nation