When you tell people you own a gym, they probably respond with some iteration of, “Wow! What a great job. I bet you get to work out all day and take all the vacations you want.”Read More >
In this article I will share with you my best practices for Instagram growth, all of which have helped me amass over 30,000 followers across my business and personal accounts.
Whether you are a strength coach, personal trainer, or aspiring athlete who is looking to increase online marketability, connect with companies and other influencers, or simply grow your passion for fitness into something more, this should a good kick-start for success.
We will discuss:Read More >
In every venture, there will be vultures.
There will always be people who take credit for things they shouldn’t, as well as those who think nearly every idea they have is original.
There are those who think THEY are the expert, and those who whine incessantly behind closed doors about how they are not getting the recognition they deserve instead of focusing on the task at hand and finding versatile and meaningful ways to contribute.Read More >
EDITORS NOTE: This article was co-authored by Micah and Luke Kurtz.
There is no better place to arm young people with the tools to be successful in life than through a training program in the weight room. And there is no better person to faciliate this growth and learning process than a full time, qualified strength and conditioning professional.Read More >
Being an intermediate level coach is both a blessing and a curse.
On one hand, you’ve probably outlasted most of your peers, and you’re still putting in quality work.
But on the other hand, if you’re serious about the coaching game, you’ve probably realized you’re nowhere near where you want to be!Read More >
I invested a lot of time and money earning my bachelor's degree in exercise science and master's degree in sports performance. Upon completing my education, I was fortunate enough to immediately begin working with collegiate athletes in the weight room. I was confident in my knowledge of rep schemes, rest periods, anaerobic versus aerobic training, and things of that sort.Read More >
As the strength and conditioning industry continues to evolve, many strength coaches are finding it hard to keep up with the latest trends -- even if you are making regular time for continuing education, there is a ridiculous amount of information (both good and bad) available to you. But there in lies the problem: with so much content out there, how do you know where to invest your precious time?Read More >
You want to be a strength coach and you are looking to get your foot in the door. The glamorous life of working with athletes has got you completely seduced and you are chomping at the bit to get a shot at becoming a coach.
Well let me tell you something: it’s not all that it is cracked up to be and the long hours, being on your feet all day and working for next to no pay (if at all) is one of the harsh realities of this business. But if you insist, let me show you the way.Read More >
My biggest struggle when I first started coaching was adding personality to my classes. While I'd always been great with the technical aspect of things I learned very quickly that athletes are in the gym because they want to be engaged, entertained, and given a world class experience.
Information is available in abundance. But the connection you have with each athlete is irreplaceable.Read More >