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Sharpening Your Coaching Voice: Inflection and Tone

By Carl Case / October 23, 2017 /

The human voice: it’s the instrument we all play. It’s the most powerful sound in the world, probably. It’s the only one that can start a war or say “I love you.” – Julian Treasure The previous Sharpening Your Coaching Voice segments have focused on what nonverbal communication can signal to others, your physiology and…

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Sharpening Your Coaching Voice: Word Selection

By Carl Case / July 13, 2017 /

On your journey to sharpen your coaching voice we started by examining nonverbal communication, and how it sends a specific message and influences physiology. The next chunk we are going to move on to is word selection. “Abracadabra.” When you hear this word you instantly associate it with magic.  However, the origin of abracadabra comes…

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Sharpening Your Coaching Voice: Nonverbal Communication

By Carl Case / June 15, 2017 /

Much time is invested by strength and conditioning coaches in sharpening their understanding of how to coach movements, program, and the science behind it all; rightfully so since knowledge is power. However, how much time is invested in sharpening your coach’s voice and ability to communicate? Use the wrong tone, select the wrong words, or…

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Coaching Conversations: The Multi-Cultural Coach

By Adam Campbell, CSCS / November 5, 2018 /

There are an incredible number of cultures spread across this disk we call Earth. If we use language as a dividing line to separate one culture from another, some experts have placed the number as high as 5 to 6,000 different groups all sharing this hockey puck as we hurl through space. There are those…

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Coaching Conversations: Relationship Advice for the Mercenary Coach

By Adam Campbell, CSCS / October 8, 2018 /

During our last chalk talk, we discussed what it meant to be a Mercenary Coach, the part-time/assistant coach. We covered how you can make yourself an invaluable asset to the business, and how you can Empower the Performance of your clients and athletes, even if you’re not there full time. Today, I want to expand…

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Ep 520 – Searching for Outrage w/ Dr Matt Zanis

By Tex McQuilkin / July 16, 2021 /

In this episode the Crew dials the voicemail to answer a question from a loyal Power Athlete Radio listener: What is the current state of communication, and why is there so much fear around speaking your mind? The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena Dr. Matt Zanis joins the Power…

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