Don't Crash: How to Give Useful Coaching to Your Clients

Endurance Sports, Kettlebells, Strength and Conditioning

“The purpose of coaching is to transfer the technical ability of what students are doing to what they should be doing by shifting their awareness.”

- Steve Brouggy, California Super Bike School


It may sound strange to quote a guy who spends his days in leather teaching motorcycle racing when it comes to coaching advice, but Steve Brouggy is one of the most experienced coaches anywhere in the world. Having spent a few years working for him on the track in the past, I can verify there is no better test of your coaching ability than convincing a motorcycle rider to attack corners faster. One of the things that the Super Bike School does incredibly well is to break down the tiny control elements of riding a bike fast and give you that information in a format that is both easy to understand as well as implement.



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