The Top Article of the Week
“I’m a coach, not a therapist!” 9 ways to help people change while staying within your scope. — Krista Scott-Dixon, Precision Nutrition
As fitness pros, we often talk to our clients about topics outside of nutrition and training.
Although we might think this should be avoided, there are ways to use these conversations in a positive way.
How can we enact this positive change in our clients?
Find out in this week’s top article.
Speak Up: Identifying Rape Culture in Everyday Conversation — Erica Smith, Girls Gone Strong
The unbearable vulnerability of eating enough. — Michelle Allison
Representation Matters: Eating Disorders Aren’t Just for White Girls — Marbella Carlos, Girls Gone Strong
Why Cardio? — Jessi Kneeland
Nutrition for seniors: 7 lifestyle strategies to stay strong, healthy, and independent longer. — Jennifer Broxterman, Precision Nutrition
How to Choose a Personal Trainer: Myth Versus Reality — Nick Tumminello
Forget About Squat Depth — JL Holdsworth, Geoff Girvitz, T Nation
How to Train on Vacation vs. Business Trips — Bryan Krahn
How To Cure Yourself From Keto — Jason Helmes
How Running Kept Me Overweight — Antonella Kahler, Breaking Muscle
5 (Counterintuitive) Reasons Why Your Results Are Stalling — Jill Coleman
Draw Your Line in the Sand — Amir Mofidi, Breaking Muscle
The Addiction of “Likes” in the Fitness Industry — Erica Suter
Your Perpetual Referral Plan: Get Your Clients To Refer More — Ryan Ketchum
What Is Your Intent? Reminding Yourself Why You Do What You Do. — Mallika Chopra, Entrepreneur
Develop These 5 Communication Skills to Succeed at Business — Joe Rutland, Entrepreneur