Posts Tagged with "Justice Williams"

Desired Feats of Manliness: The Roots of Performative Masculinity

A few weeks ago I was invited by my good friend and colleague, Justice Williams, a trans body positive activist (and one hell of a coach and human being), to participate in a conversation on masculinity & the fitness industry with his Fitness4AllBodies community. I was very interested in just listening, because as a straight,… Read more

Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: 8/3/18

BUT FIRST…CHECK THIS STUFF OUT  1. Strong Body-Strong Mind – Boston, MA Dr. Lisa Lewis and I have designed a 1-day workshop for health/fitness professionals that touches on a topic rarely discussed: the SOFT SKILLS of coaching. How to improve exercise consistency. How to increase motivation and competency to train. How to assess clients/athletes and write more… Read more

Addressing My Coaching Gaps

I am an imperfect coach. I don’t know everything and I don’t pretend to. One of the most admirable qualities I think any coach should possess is having a modicum of humbleness that acknowledges their “gaps.”   Some coaches are stellar at teaching the “big 3” but are unable to break down sprint mechanics. Others… Read more