Understanding Movement Coaching - Part 1

by Dave Kirschen |   Date Released : 24 Nov 2009
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Dave Kirschen

About the author: Dave Kirschen

Dave Kirschen is a 15 year veteran of the fitness industry. His experiences range from personal training, to management, to continuing education. Dave has taught hundreds of trainers his simple and logical approach to program design. As a competitive powerlifter, he has won numerous national titles, been featured in Men’s Health magazine (Nov 2004) and is consistently ranked in Powerlifting USA magazine’s top 10 light-heavyweight powerlifters. Dave holds a degree in Physical Education from SUNY Cortland.

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Oliver, Wendy | 06 Nov 2011, 14:14 PM

Great article. So true! We carry our clients far too much and as a result they rely on us to maintain their continued good form. Errors are fundemental to motor learning as long as not causing immediate hinderences.

Foster, John | 05 Sep 2011, 01:10 AM

I agree with the author that mistakes are not to be avoided but accepted as part of the learning process.

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