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5 Ways to Create a Sustainable Coaching Business

  

Coaching is a rewarding and challenging career. Here are some guidelines to help you develop your style, establish yourself as an authority, and create lasting client relationships that sustain your business.


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Exercise as Therapy: How to Plan Training and Racing For an Athlete Going Through a Crisis

  

Exercise as therapy can be a valuable tool for an athlete going through a crisis. Here is how to identify a possible personal crisis in your athlete’s life, and how to provide them with the support and training they need to help them cope, recover and thrive.


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Your Guide To Becoming The Best Remote Coach Possible

  

Remote coaching is stronger and more popular than ever. Here are seven tips to ensure you’re coaching most effectively while overseeing athletes both near and far.


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The Importance of Post-Workout Comments

  

One step many athletes overlook is the importance of post-activity comments. Here is why you should not skip the process, and some suggestions of what could be useful—whether you’re coached or self-coached.


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TrainingPeaks Brings the Endurance Coaching Summit to the U.K.

  

Registration has opened for the 2018 ECS Manchester, which will be held November 8 - 9, 2018 in partnership with British Cycling and British Triathlon and headlined by IRONMAN® legend Chrissie Wellington.


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9 Tips on Coaching an Overly Ambitious Athlete

  

If you coach an athlete who constantly pushes themselves into a state of overtraining, these nine tips can help you encourage them to put a priority on recovery and training smarter—not harder.


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Expert Instruction: What Does It Depend On?

  

Being a good coach comes down to your willingness to be open-minded and factually rigorous at the same time. Here’s how one successful coach constantly works toward that balance.


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How to Coach the Overly Busy Athlete

  

Tips for coaches on how to deal with athletes who have serious goals—but not a lot of time.


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4 Tips for Growing Your Coaching Business Using Social Media

  

These four social media tips will help you improve upon or start your social media presence in a way that will help you grow your brand, find new athletes, retain the ones you have—and have fun along the way.


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Training with TSS vs. hrTSS: What’s the difference?

  

While both hrTSS and TSS give valuable insights into the physiological cost of a workout, there are important differences between the two that should be taken into account.


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