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Brett Bartholomew
Coach, Best-Selling Author of "Conscious Coaching” & Keynote Speaker. I help others solve people problems that impede performance.
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Brett Bartholomew 14h
Replying to @CoachVMcC
Thanks Vince. Roy does a good job talking about his take on this as well in this episode. Hope you’re having a great week:
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Brett Bartholomew 14h
Understanding what it means to “respect the process” and embracing the grey area in coaching with
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 23
Buy-in is not something you can “get,” permanently possess, or otherwise passively receive. Rather, it is a feeling that is built over time and must be maintained through a combination of results, mutual respect, consistency and high-level communication.
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 23
Let ‘em play. I’ve said this before- but worth repeating. Coaches need to be comfortable stepping aside at times and letting their athletes explore various movement solutions. A great coach allows for periodic…
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 21
“The Session” is a new series I’m kicking off in cities around the world that is geared towards bringing coaches together to discuss common struggles they’ve experienced throughout their career, and the strategies…
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Erik Korem, PhD Jun 19
Wait a second...but we’ve always done 16 x 110s. Don’t tell Christian McCaffrey...I love it when athletes can articulate the training process better than the “professionals”
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 20
The oft unspoken realities regarding challenges strength coaches face in their careers:
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 19
My lifelong answer to vague “what’s the best exercise” questions from strangers... It is completely dependent on who’s doing the movement, the reason they are doing it, their medical history, their past experience, age, form & the competence of the person coaching it.
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 19
Replying to @CoachVMcC
Absolutely. A byproduct of many things- including entitlement and the apprenticeship model we’ve misunderstood.
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 19
The one word that states led to him overcoming major obstacles in his career.
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 19
Get the weave runs rolling! How well can you maintain your speed while maneuvering tells me a lot more about your athleticism than how many cones you can dance around. Stick with the training solutions that offer…
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 18
Replying to @PillarPrepCa
Exactly!
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 18
Replying to @LorneGoldenberg
It’s exhaustingly self-righteous and unnecessary IMO.
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 18
Replying to @built_by_craig
Isn’t that the truth!
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 18
Replying to @ChappyStrength
I don’t disagree. Thanks for sharing.
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 18
Replying to @_nicole_lilia
Such an excellent point.
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 18
Replying to @Coach_BrettB
It’s almost as if S&C wants to be angry. If not about an exercise then about another coach. If not about another coach it’s about money. If not about money it’s about governing bodies. Maybe some in our field are just inherently unhappy people 🤷🏻‍♂️
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 18
Replying to @Coach_BrettB
Then consider how you expect that to change if the ethical coaches don’t invest in learning more about communication and marketing. How do you create change? By being a part of it! Too much wasted time worrying about others. Take action yourself!
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 18
Replying to @Coach_BrettB
And for those who say “yeah but there are so many parasites who market themselves and don’t use best practice- yet charge exorbitant fees!” This exists everywhere. They’ll filter themselves out. Focus on YOU and who you serve!
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Brett Bartholomew Jun 18
Replying to @Coach_BrettB
In reality-many who go on and one about this are trying to exemplify and signal some sort of “moral virtue.” How many other professions feel the need to state this as openly and pervasively as S&C? I assure you the greater general public doesn’t perceive us as a “flashy” field.
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