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Jared Woolever

Three Things I Wish I Knew Early in my Training Career

Every once in awhile, I like to write about failures, successes, and other variables that have gotten me to where I am today.  Becoming a great coach doesn’t come easy.  I’ve spent thousands of hours coaching clients, reading books, watching educational videos, traveling the country to see the best gyms and how they operate, and have dedicated my life to being great at what I do.  In this piece, I want to share my top three things that have made me a better coach and have improved my results DRAMATICALLY!

If you’re reading this article, hopefully you’ll get a couple takeaways and improve your own personal skills as a coach, trainer, or therapist.  Each one of the three highlights will require more research to fully understand them, but as I tell each new hire or new intern coming in to work at our facilities, understanding these three things and how to incorporate them into your training will make you better almost instantaneously.  Take these three tips and run with them.  I promise you will not be disappointed with your results.

Learn 4 Quick Ways To Clean Up Overhead Pulling

 

Building a balanced program is half the battle when it comes to developing strength training routines. Creating balance within the routine will only help your client’s performance and keep them healthy over the long haul. In our programs, we really emphasize the posterior chain. In other words, we really want to develop the backside. Each program we write has balance; however, we usually add additional back exercises to each phase.