17 Signs Your Trainer is Screwing Up Your Workouts

We polled five STACK Expert strength coaches to learn common mistakes that trainers make during a workout.

11) Relying on Familiar Training Concepts

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11) Relying on Familiar Training Concepts

A common issue that's seen frequently in strength and conditioning settings is strength coaches having their athletes train a certain way simply because that's how they were trained when they were an athlete. The best strength coaches think outside the box. They obviously use aspects of what they learned from their own coaches; however, they also explore, analyze and implement other forms of effective training techniques that they may not have been directly exposed to.

Joel Seedman

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A common issue that's seen frequently in strength and conditioning settings is strength coaches having their athletes train a certain way simply because that's how they were trained when they were an athlete. The best strength coaches think outside the box. They obviously use aspects of what they learned from their own coaches; however, they also explore, analyze and implement other forms of effective training techniques that they may not have been directly exposed to.

  • Joel Seedman


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