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Brett Bartholomew
S&C Coach, Best-Selling Author of "Conscious Coaching”, Keynote Speaker, Husband,Lifelong Student.
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Brett Bartholomew 22m
The word "culture" gets thrown around perhaps more than any other in sport. Plenty of ambiguity to go around, time to deconstruct meaning from marketing.
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Brett Bartholomew 29m
The value of a coach should be measured by the value they provide. Not just to the job, but the field as a whole. Can impact be measured? How about adaptability? What does that look like?
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Brett Bartholomew 30m
What happens when those relationships are biased? Plenty of factions in S&C, and even more opinions. All it takes is for the "in-the-know" guy/gal to make a poor decision os for them to ask the wrong person. Some who won't hire a coach if they have a social media account...
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Dustin Krause 24h
If you want to be great, you better expect bruises and learn to love your battle scars. -
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Brett Bartholomew 32m
Replying to @sirElliotJohn
Here you are my friend:
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Brett Bartholomew 33m
Replying to @bdducroz20
Nice hearing from you Brittney! Thanks for adding your thoughts, and have a great rest of the week.
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Brett Bartholomew 34m
Replying to @CoachThunder45
Thanks Coach.
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Brett Bartholomew 49m
Replying to @CoachRichBartel
Well said Coach.
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Brett Bartholomew 2h
Improvement takes actual effort and focus! Please DO NOT sign up for my course if you are just looking to passively watch some videos and get a certificate. That is not how I do things,…
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Brett Bartholomew 11h
No matter how competitive you consider yourself to be, focusing on tearing others down who are working your field is parasitic, not productive. Be a professional.
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Brett Bartholomew 20h
literally asked all 150 members of the audience what specific questions they wanted answered during his talk. Before finishing he literally went line item by line item confirming he addressed all questions. Pure class 👏
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Brett Bartholomew 21h
We preach intangibles to our athletes, but do we take our own advice as coaches? This resource- like me- is far from perfect, but it is my honest attempt to help bridge this learning gap on the communication side. Enrollment now open at
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Brett Bartholomew Oct 16
When did having a balanced perspective as an S&C coach go out of style? Niches are great, but coaches should be able to speak to a wide range of performance topics, tools and variables. Be well rounded.
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Brett Bartholomew Oct 16
To follow up on my previous post regarding pain: I'd be interested in your take as to whether you believe pain to be an emotion or an experience? Furthermore, what's the distinction between the two? In your own words..
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Brett Bartholomew Oct 16
Replying to @GaryCurneen
Thank you Gary! Would very much appreciate your feedback on the course at as well. It's currently the most in-depth resource I've put out and is the foundation of some of the topics I hope to discuss. Please keep me posted on your thoughts.
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Brett Bartholomew Oct 16
diving into pain management strategies here in Portugal. Early points... -Pain is more than a warning sign, it is a teacher. -Pain has many layers. Nociceptors are just one part of the story. -Pain is specific to the individual & context.
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Brett Bartholomew Oct 16
Replying to @HarveyGalvin
Nice hearing your thoughts Harvey. Your opinion is always welcome and appreciated.
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Ciaran Fairman, PhD Oct 13
is an outstanding strength and conditioning coach, but an even bigger proponent of the art of coaching. People in exercise oncology would benefit from checking out his podcast or his book, a lot of the same principles apply to us.
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Brett Bartholomew Oct 16
Replying to @CiaranFairman
Wow! Thank you for your kind words Ciaran- I feel awful for not responding sooner as I'm only on Twitter occasionally these days. Very grateful for your support.
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Brett Bartholomew Oct 16
"Know" may be the wrong term here. There are no certainties especially since humans are often uncanny at managing their self-image when it comes to trying to obtain scarce resources. Takes more than classic interview we all think of. Resumes and hypotheticals are not enough.
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