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Power Coach: Conversations

By Tex McQuilkin / December 21, 2015 /

…detracting, orthopedically unsound trees, but my conversation with John helped me see an opportunity-rich forest. The long, long call showed me not to take this shit personally, never wait for

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Drop-In Disaster: Making Lemonade

By Cali Hinzman / February 12, 2015 /

…far along in your career in S&C you are, you can refer back to periodically to ensure the “See the forest for the trees” mantra is still active. [s2If !current_user_can(access_s2member_level1)]…

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Back in Action: A Tale of Recovery from an ACL tear

By Carl Case / September 29, 2015 /

…gym in the morning and was always done before I went to bed. No way I would miss the forest for the trees, I took it exactly for what it…

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The Dave Grohl Effect

By John / June 19, 2020 /

…the Sequoia National Parks in Northern California. They are the tallest trees on the planet with diameters of 30’ and standing in excess of 250’. Every one of these trees

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Power Coach: Potential

By Tex McQuilkin / February 20, 2017 /

…pay attention too. Don’t Miss the Athlete for the Trees Power Athlete takes a step back and considers all performance factors for an honest, complete look at an athlete. To…

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The Resi and the People Who Coach Them

By Adam Campbell, CSCS / December 31, 2018 /

It’s that time of year again. The gifts unwrapped, the trees and lights have been put away, and the N*SYNC Christmas album placed back on the shelf. The tidal wave…

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Why Your Trunk Can NEVER Be Stable

By Matthew Zanis / June 25, 2020 /

…John Welbourn, described it best: “Apples have cores. They rot and waste away. Trees, on the other hand, have trunks – strong, durable, and capable of withstanding the strongest winds.”…

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