Coaching…it’s what we do! The key to being a successful strength and conditioning coach is getting your athletes to train enough to spur adaptation, but, not get injured. This can easily be done by regularly monitoring your client’s physical and psychological state.
Any significant atypical performance or attitude in the gym should be immediately addressed. The logical solution to poor performance or attitude is rest and recovery, followed by a reduction in the athletes training volume and/or intensity. This is the art of coaching, and ultimately is why some coaches are successful and some are not!
We build great athletes…we don’t hurt them! If you are on the fence about Crossfit and have heard all the horror stories of injury and inadequate coaching…dont believe the hype. Come on in for a free trial session with some of the best trainers in the industry.