Tim DiFrancesco stops by to offer some of his advice about where the professional athlete and the average gym goer's programming can cross paths as well as what the new trainers/coaches coming into the industry should be thinking about.
I had an epiphany the other day on something so simple that I questioned whether or not I should even write this. HINT: I wrote it. I spent the week in Boston at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning and had the pleasure of shadowing some groups led by those fucking awesome sorcerer-like great coaches. There was … Continue reading The 2017 Coach | Ch. 10
The article that explains one of the most popular oversights in the industry REMEMBER THIS WHILE READING: I fully understand, agree with, and support working hard in a workout and that intensity is a good thing. Before scrolling down (for real, don't do you sneaky f...) take a few guesses and what this picture is Did you … Continue reading The 2017 Coach | Ch. 9