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Brett Bartholomew
S&C Coach, Best-Selling Author of "Conscious Coaching:, Adjunct Professor, Husband, Lifelong Student.
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Brett Bartholomew 4h
Painters vs. Artists, Cooks vs. Chefs, Rappers vs. MC’s; take your pick of analogies. The bottom line is that few of the greats seek to create needlessly dividing lines between necessary components of their craft.
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Brett Bartholomew 17h
I know some will peg me as the “art of coaching” guy based on my current peojects & focus- but I still geek out on training as well. Grateful to have contributed to this project & glade to see it finally released!
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Brett Bartholomew 17h
Replying to @Coach_Alejo
Great title! Wish I could be there. Always a pleasure listening to you present. Also reminds me of how thankful I am that you never once “big timed” me the first time I came up to introduce myself or ask you questions. Won’t ever forget that for what it’s worth!
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Brett Bartholomew 17h
Replying to @jclaffey8
Honored James. Lots to learn still but did my best.
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⚽James JD Claffey⚽ Feb 21
Sometimes the transfer of coaching from the USA to Ireland can be very difficult but book on conscious coaching is the best I've read in a few years. Humble enough to mention his weaknesses which shows all coaches have scope to learn. Thanks
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Brett Bartholomew 17h
Replying to @Frikken343
I appreciate that Jon. Was a dark time, and the hardest part of the book to write. Wouldn’t change the experience for the world though.
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Jon Frikken Feb 21
Replying to @Coach_BrettB
I have a lot more book to read, but I truly appreciate your story from the hospital. I can’t express what it meant to read about it. So for now I’ll say, thank you.
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Brett Bartholomew 17h
Glad to do it Trevor! Thanks for talking shop.
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Trevor J. Klump 22h
Thanks to for sharing today! Looking forward to Bought In and…
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Brett Bartholomew 17h
Happy for you Kaillie!
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ALTIS Feb 20
The first question I ask when auditing a program is “Why?” Why are you doing what you’re doing? A surprising number of coaches can’t answer that simple question.
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Daniel Noble Feb 21
I don't know if there is any one applying LTAD concepts right now better than . Some of the best shared content out there. This is the type of foundation that every athlete needs in order truly maximize their potential down the road.
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Brett Bartholomew 18h
Coaching is complex because people and the relationships between them are complex. No matter how…
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Brad Stulberg Feb 17
Too much convenience threatens to erase the sort of struggles and challenges that help give meaning to life. Created to free us, it can become a constraint on what we are willing to do, and thus in a subtle way it can enslave us, homogenize us.
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Brett Bartholomew Feb 21
Go get ‘em !
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Adam Ringler Feb 20
Session RPE (sRPE) can be a very user-friendly method for gaining an insight into internal training loads. While it should not be an “all-or nothing” method for evaluation, it can have a very meaningful impact when used among other methods.
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Brett Bartholomew Feb 20
He’s one of a kind.
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Brett Bartholomew Feb 20
Replying to @Jose_8523
I appreciate it Jose. Hope all is well with you.
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Brett Bartholomew Feb 20
Well stated. Thanks for commenting.
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Tim Fargo Feb 20
I can't understand why people are frightened of new ideas. I'm frightened of the old ones. - John Cage
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