Two trainers, both with over two decades of experience each, go into the weeds on assessment, program design, the psychology of client motivation, how to troubleshoot common strength exercises, and the best Jason Bourne fight scenes. This at home study course is the inside track to leveling up your coaching skills.
Strength training can be an intimidating process. Like, what’s a barbell? What do you do with dumbbells? Is a deadlift nothing more than a sad squat? The Beginner to Badass program is designed to teach you the basics and to keep you on task with complimentary weekly “lessons” on motivation with Dr. Lisa Lewis
Most sequels suck. Matrix Reloaded, Speed 2, shall I say more? This sequel, however, doesn’t suck. This is 11+ hours of NEW content Dean Somerset and I add to compliment version 1.0
Nine fitness industry leaders and 17 hours of content designed to help other professionals weed through the speed bumps and pitfalls of building a business and brand.
Megan Callaway is my “go to” coach when it comes to helping people increase their pull-up badassery.
This program will get the job done.
The most comprehensive resource on shoulders and hips available in the known universe (not that I’m biased or anything). Myself and Dean Somerset cover assessment to corrective exercise to how to coach up common strength training exercises.
Meatheads and geeks collide. This is a fantastic resource.
Dr. Mike Israetel talks how to pack on slabs of muscle, and Dean Somerset talks assessment and how not to move like a crowbar.
Presented by the smart, strong, and beefy guys over at StrongerByScience.com, this is a monthly research review that covers topics in strength and getting jacked. If you’re like me and hate reading research, this saves you a ton of time.