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6 Coaching Principles For Delivering Immediate Feedback

By Ben Crookston | Mon, Aug 1

Newton’s first law tells us, “an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.”

In the world of performance, we can expect a similar phenomenon. That is, unless provided a reason to change course, we should expect athletes to maintain consistent patterns.

Artfully delivered Immediate Feedback is the necessary force that guides the desired trajectory of athletic performance.

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Program, Process and Psychology: How To Deliver a World Class Training Experience

By Ben Crookston | Mon, Jul 25

The most important thing we can do in life is decide how we spend our time.

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The Great Max Out Debate: What Olympic Weightlifting Coaches Should Know About Testing Their Athletes Top End

By Misbah Haque | Wed, Jun 29

The elusive one rep max - as a weightlifter, setting a new personal record is a lot like chasing a pot of gold strapped to a unicorn that shows up at the strangest times. You never know when you're going to get it, but it's totally Instagram worthy when it happens.

What follows is an interview with Jon Zajac in which he covers everything you need to know about testing your athletes top end, the ever illusive one rep max.

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