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At the Core of every IRON REBEL, is a powerful, disciplined and strong Athlete, with an unyielding work ethic and a never-say-die attitude. IRON REBEL is a reflection of the every day Athlete who pursues the most unattainable goals in hopes of a personal victory. The IRON REBEL Movement has begun. Link in Bio!
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Огромнейшее спасибо @alexeyumilin за этот подарок!
Отличный протеин, ценнейший белок, которого так часто не хватает в жизни, особенно если угадаешь рацион и испытываешь повышенные нагрузки.
Надеюсь , что Kevin Levrone удержать меня от катаболизма и мои мышцы останутся в целости и сохранности.
Often times people will neglect the one-on-one aspect of Online Coaching due to the highly impersonal nature of it. As someone who works with dozens of clients through Online/Remote Coaching, I’ve been able to develop great one-one-one relationships with my athletes by engaging in constant, consistent communication, as well as giving feedback after every training session as opposed to only once a month or once per week.
Going back to the Art of Coaching, being able to develop a strong personal relationship with an athlete is another great way to build trust and allow for a constant flow of communication, as well as feedback. Being constantly engaged with an athlete and giving “on the fly” feedback can be a huge aspect for personal development and building confidence. I make it a habit to communicate with an athlete before, during and after a training session- often times I will communicate set-by-set, receiving videos and sending appropriate feedback to help them improve upon their next set(s).
To some this may seem as a highly impractical and tedious aspect of Online Coaching, but I’ve seen great success with this approach and I’ve been able to bridge the gap between an online coaching experience and a more personalized, “in person” style. Although limitations exist, as a coach you must be able to work through certain barriers and make it your goal to put the athlete first by doing everything within your power to provide them with the best possible Coaching experience. Simply giving an athlete a template or program and telling them to send you a few videos/feedback at the end of the month is unacceptable. When an athlete reaches out to you and seeks coaching they expect to receive a certain degree of effort, professionalism and attentiveness.
Although some may believe that Online Coaching has become impractical and puts the athlete in a disadvantage, I firmly believe that it is a great way to reach a broader range of athlete and provide them with the knowledge, guidance and well thought out programming approach of any in-person coaching service.
I really badly wanted to gym last night, and today evening... But I know my body is feeling sick, I can feel it too!
Sometimes even resting require discipline, I’m doing my best to listen to the signals of my body indicating me to rest even though I really don’t want to. •
But I just have to remind myself, sometimes to get where we want to go, we have to do thing we don’t wanna do...
A little comparison between my 1st and 8th back off set of 380 x 3. (Also had an AMRAP set at 390lbs before all this, but I’ll share that later) Each “backoff” set I only get 60 seconds of rest.. so this literally felt like it was back to back to back to back x 8. 😭 looking back at both of these sets, I don’t notice too much of a difference with bar speed, but there was a HUGE difference in my mentality. I’m usually very calm when I lift, but after the first 7 sets, my mind was telling me to quit so I had to drown all that out and just tell myself it’s only 3 goddamn Reps. My legs were burning BAD lolll I’m not used to all this volume AT ALL, so these workouts have been killing me, but I know it’s part of the process. I want it bad enough. And I will get better. Day by Day. Little by little. But I will get better. #progress#itsaprocess
So thankfully I’m on my Deload, but I actually got sick. Currently down with flu, headache, fever and coughs. So I’ve been off work for 3 days and I’m actually feeling a lot better.
So while I’m actually off work, I’d thought I’ll try to read more books while I’m not sleeping 😂. I actually get bored easily if I’m not doing anything, so here’s a few books I’ve bought. Hopefully keep me entertained and learning.
Anyone have read these books? What are your thoughts? Also any other books I should check out?
Another successful day staying on track of my nutrition. Dieting has been the ultimate challenge for me ever since the beginning of my fitness journey. And just trying to make the small victories count! #strongstyleathletics#healthymind