How many times have you banged you head against the wall
trying to explain what "bend at the knees", "sit back and down", or
"keep your chest up" when trying to explain the squat movement? Now it
is your turn to return the favor. Do this drill incorrectly, and the
instant feedback will easy for the client or athlete to figure out.
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like giving "homework" assignments for athletes to work on. You work
with a client for an hour, or an athlete has a two hour practice, and
then what happens? You don't see what they are doing. They do what they
want because you are not there to remind them. Does that seem
productive? Providing "take home" nutrition assignments, or self-help
books are fine, but let's also work on some body positions,
flexibility, while they don't have you barking in their ear. Teach
someone something they can share. Keep it easy and fun. Try sharing
this tip and see what those around you say.http://wp.me/pJBFK-8w
I hope all is well. Have a great day.