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“Join-the-dots” to improve your clients’ technique?

“Join-the-dots” to improve your clients’ technique?

Imagine you’re at a party. There’s two whiteboards at the front of the room, one person standing in front of each of them and everyone else divided into two teams. There’s three dots on each board and your team has to guess the right shape. […]

If You Think This, Your Clients Definitely Do (and that’s NOT good)!

If You Think This, Your Clients Definitely Do (and that’s NOT good)!

How much do you look forward to coaching a warm up? I know, it sounds ridiculous. But seriously, do you love those first 5-10 minutes of your session as much as you love the “meaty” bits? Didn’t think so. You don’t love those first few […]

Why “Correct” Technique is a Misplaced Ideal

Why “Correct” Technique is a Misplaced Ideal

What is “correct” technique really, when you think about it? As far as I can see (and I’m sure you’ll tell me if you agree or not), the idea of “correct” only comes from one of two places: 1. An outstanding athlete who achieved better […]

Fitness Coaches: You’re Not Doing Your Job If You’re Not Doing This…

Fitness Coaches: You’re Not Doing Your Job If You’re Not Doing This…

Prefer to read? Here’s the transcription of the video… Fitness Coaches: You Are Not Doing Your Job If You’re Not Doing This. Hey, I’m Sarah from mostmotion® and I’m here with another video for every fitness coach who is looking to give an outstanding service […]

Are Fitness Coaches Creating Problems for Themselves?

Are Fitness Coaches Creating Problems for Themselves?

She was fuming. So angry and disappointed that she just walked out. She loved her training but she couldn’t take it anymore, so she left the weights she was using on the floor, grabbed her bag and left. Lucy was a youth social worker with […]

3 Reasons That Sporting Injuries Are More Likely During the Coronavirus Outbreak

3 Reasons That Sporting Injuries Are More Likely During the Coronavirus Outbreak

This is an article for every sports and fitness coach who is trying to guide their clients through training within the restrictions that have been put in place during the coronavirus outbreak, so we can keep our clients safe and reduce the strain on our […]

3 Killer Coaching Tactics Every Experienced Sports or Fitness Coach Needs to Know

3 Killer Coaching Tactics Every Experienced Sports or Fitness Coach Needs to Know

Warm Up. Drills/Skills Practice Main Workout Cool Down & Stretch We’re all familiar with this set up. In fact, we’ve taught it so often (or a variation of it) for so long now, we could probably do it in our sleep. But did you know […]

5 Ways to Make Money With Injury Prevention …Guaranteed?

5 Ways to Make Money With Injury Prevention …Guaranteed?

There aren’t many people who go into the service industry for the money. Coaches don’t. Teachers don’t. Nurses don’t…the list goes on. But while we might not coach for the financial reward, we do need to pay the bills, so here’s 5 ways you can […]

Neuroscientist Calls Science “Fuzzy”

Neuroscientist Calls Science “Fuzzy”

Trust. It’s a big issue. It takes ages to earn it and can be completely destroyed in seconds. ​ The sports and fitness communities have been basing their advice on scientific research for decades. Why? Because they trust it. But in 2017, writing in the […]

How to Make Your Coaching Services Stand Out From the Crowd?

How to Make Your Coaching Services Stand Out From the Crowd?

It seems like everyone and his dog has some sort of fitness certification these days. If you take a brief look around you, you’ll see really experienced, popular coaches who are all over social media. You’ll see athletes-turned-coaches who have got their “successful” athlete status […]