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Are You Training for the Event or the Date?

“I have a marathon on [insert date]” “I have a 5K on [insert date]” “My season starts on [insert date]” So on and so forth. All interesting statements. My general reply: “Are you training for the event or the date?” Then I typically get one of two responses: that person gets it or they don’t. […]

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The Better Off Dead Approach to Fitness Cues

In between snorting real snow, Charles De Mar tried to keep it simple for Lane Meyer and focus on one thing: a simple external cue for greater focus production, with an alternative if a barrier appeared. If you have to repeat the cue more than once as a reminder, it might not be the right […]

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The “Buzzword” That Most of the Fitness Industry Lost Sight Of

Scenario: Prospective Client: “My goal is to lose two pant sizes. So what do you do?” Trainer: “I’m a Certified Personal Trainer / Fitness Coach / Wellness Coach / Life Coach that specializes in functionaltraining and also prescribes corrective exercise after a movement screen to improve my client’s mobility and movement.” “specializes / (specialist),” “functional,” “prescribes,” “corrective exercise,” “screen/assessment,” “mobility,” “movement” — Dear “trainer” / “Coach,” you are […]

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