Chasing Excellence
Chasing Excellence
Sep 22, 2020
Common Mistakes CrossFit Coaches Are Making
Play episode · 35 min

There are best practices that every CrossFit coach can use to make their classes more professional and more effective. They include things like starting workouts better, not making eye contact and using too many filler words.

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02:15 - Over- or under-coached warm-ups
04:30 - Uneven running routes
07:00 - Too much cheerleading, not enough seeing and correcting
09:20 - Lack of consistent standards
16:45 - Bad 3-2-1-Go!
19:30 - Poor clock management
21:15 - Moving together too much, or not enough
23:45 - Not enough eye contact
27:00 - Using filler words
29:30 - Monotone delivery

About the Show

Chasing Excellence is dedicated to dissecting what it means to live a life of excellence, inside the gym & out. New episodes every Monday.

About Ben

Ben Bergeron is a best-selling author, coach to 7 CrossFit Games champions, and founder of CFNE and CompTrain.

About Patrick

Patrick Cummings is a long-time CrossFitter, podcaster, and brand coach to gym owners & entrepreneurs.

The Revive Stronger Podcast
The Revive Stronger Podcast
Revive Stronger
173: The Improvement Season - Mini Cut or Normal Cut?
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Barbell Shrugged
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Jason Ferruggia
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1 hr 3 min
The WAG Podcast
The WAG Podcast
Working Against Gravity
Self-Care for Working Moms
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The Stronger By Science Podcast
StrongerByScience.com
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The Online Trainer Show
The Online Trainer Show
Online Trainer Academy
Comparing Yourself To Other Online Trainers Is Damaging Your Business #43
Comparing Yourself To Other Online Trainers Is Damaging Your Business (Online Trainer Show #43) Whoever came up with the quote “Comparison is the thief of joy” (not Jonathan Goodman) summarizes it perfectly. When we rely on external validation, we search for it in others, and when someone looks more successful than us, our self-esteem goes out the window. In this story-filled new episode, the gang discusses the myriad of ways people compare themselves to others, how to enjoy the process of mistakes and growth, and steps to focus on no one but yourself. In This Episode: * Jonathan breaks down the fundamentals of comparison [20:26] * Carolina illustrates how clients can easily fall prey to comparison [24:31] * Ren reminds us that each person’s “finish line” is different [28:12] * Jonathan shares an insightful story [28:58] * Why comparing another person’s business to yours is a trick [38:37] * Carolina speaks on how she avoids comparing herself to other women in the industry [41:28] * Amber explains how curating her environment sets her up for success [43:15] "No matter how successful you are by objective standards, there is always going to be other people that you're going to compare yourself to." - Jonathan Goodman From Business to Biceps Comparison is sneaky with how it can show up anywhere, whether it's 'likes' on an Instagram post or weights on a barbell. We have all done it, so don’t beat yourself up for it! Recognize it, pinpoint the what and why, and remind yourself that the comparison between you and others is like the comparison between apples and oranges. Every Moment Counts Every journey worth taking has its big wins worth celebrating, but it has even more micro victories and missteps. All are worthy of celebration. Every mistake is an opportunity to grow, and every day you show up is a day you get closer to your goal, no matter how small. Curate Your Mental Feed Humans naturally gravitate toward negativity, and when you combine that with an influx of information, no wonder so many people feel inadequate. The internet and social media can be wonderful tools, but they also can easily strip someone’s self-confidence. At the end of the day, you control the information you receive, and if you cut out sources of negativity and invite positive ones, you will find your inner self and stop comparison in its tracks. Ready to scale up your online fitness business? Apply for OTA 2 here: www.thePTDC.com/OTA2 SPONSORS Get started TODAY with the world-leading certification and business development program for personal trainers, nutrition coaches, and gym owners – The Online Trainer Academy: https://onlinetrainer.com/academy Enjoy this special offer of 60 days FREE on PT Distinction from The Online Trainer Show! - https://www.ptdistinction.com/ots YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/JonGoodmanPTDC
49 min
Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
Sal Di Stefano, Adam Schafer, Justin Andrews, Doug Egge
1407: Build Amazing Shoulders With These 10 Forgotten Exercises
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50 min
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