JBT: Episode 23 Training Athletes vs Lifters
The best results are created when you train the athlete first and then move them to a specialty.
JBT: Episode 22 Gym Manual
If you want your staff to run the gym without you, then you need procedures. Otherwise, you are doomed to a lifetime or early morning and late evening phone calls
JBT: Episode 21 Replicate Yourself
Replicating yourself can be a long arduous process but it's necessary in order to grow your team and business.
JBT: Episode 20 Internships
There is a place for all types of internships in a gym, but having one in place provides a means of filtering potential coaching staff.
JBT: Episode 19 Giving Feedback to Coaches
Providing constructive feedback to your coaching staff is one of the most beneficial things you could do for professional development
JBT: Episode 18 Training Camp with Leo Totten
In this episode we talk training camp with Leo Totten
JBT 17: Cater to All Levels
Coaching in a format that allows you to cover a broad spectrum of athletes creates a great learning environment and crazy efficiency.
JBT: Episode 16 Timeline For Strength Days
Timeline is important for new and experienced coaches. It's the metric that proves your efficiency.
JBT: Episode 15 Academic or Practitioner
Being smart isn't much use without practical skills, while any true professional can't spend all of their time practicing. A mixed focus on practical skills and knowledge development is needed to master any skill
JBT: Episode 14 Scaling up the HSPU
Some athletes need to be challenged a bit more based on where their skill sets are. We can scale workouts down (usually) and up (occasionally).