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Tag Archives: Coach’s Responsibility

Gen Pop Training: Overload Principle

At Power Athlete there are a few things we are openly passionate about: the Fast and Furious documentaries, Flat Earth, and the idea of being wedded […]

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Coach Like a Pro, Not Like a “System Guy”

In the world of performance it’s common practice for a coach to label themselves as a system guy: “I’m a conjugate guy”, “I’m an weightlifting guy”, […]

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Coaching Conversations: So You Want to be a Mercenary

We’ve finally come full circle. Living life as a Mercenary coach,the part-time/assistant coach, is never easy. Riding your Harley from gym to gym while your leather coat […]

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Coaching Conversations: The Multi-Cultural Coach

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 […]

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Coaching Conversations: Relationship Advice for the Mercenary Coach

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 […]

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Coaching Conversations: Life As a Mercenary Coach

We spend a lot of time here at @powerathletehq dropping knowledge bombs, repeating jokes, and dropping knowledge bombs with repeated jokes, to help prepare coaches across […]

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Power Coach: Process

Readers are leaders! In The War of Art, author Steven Pressfield dissects his life into two parts, “before turning pro, and after.” Contrary to mainstream thinking, […]

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How to Build Team Camaraderie

NFL season is back! The first week brought some amazing displays of athleticism, come-from-behind victories, and a Houston triumph over Chicago (taste it, @Luke). Despite that, […]

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Attacking Limiting Factors: Speed Training

As the Power Athlete Speed Program became an Instagram sensation, I found myself trolling the overused and often misapplied hashtag #speed. After sifting through countless badass […]

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