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3 Things Other People Wrote Volume 12

On training…

I’ve been a big fan of Dean Somerset for aboot (Go Canada!) a decade now. As of late he’s had a blast of amazing articles and content coming out including this gem on training vs working out- a common question Fitness Pro’s get…check it out!

On business…

My friend and former 3 Things Podcast guest, Ross Oberlin, wrote this GEM on Fitness Business development over on the Strength Faction blog. Totally worth a read if you work in fitness…

On something not training OR business…

I’m not a big reader but I just slowly trucked through “Death by Meeting” by Patrick Lencioni - definitely a solid read that has helped me improve communication with our entire coaching staff across multiple departments as well as maintain quick and effective communication with other aspects of the health club.

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3 Things Other People Wrote- Volume 3

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The last week of 2018 in the books! Here are three things I’ve read/watched/listened to this week that gave me a boost.

On Training…

‘Tis the season for “best of” articles to be published…each year I enjoy the content that Eric Cressey puts out and I’m sure most people who are reading this know know who Coach is I wanted to spotlight his “best of” video posts for the year. Great detail and great information, awesome for any coaches development.

On Business…

'This isn’t an article recommendation, but a book recommendation. If you’ve followed my work for any length of time then you may know I suck at reading…I average one book a year. I think that books I do read are amazing…one that I have actually re-read a few times, and do so at the start of each year, is the E-Myth by Michael Gerber. You can pick this book up used on Ebay or Amazon for under 4 bucks- something every person in the fitness industry should read for sure.

On Anything Else…

I might be a little biased on this one…okay, VERY biased on this one…but I put together a podcast episode for Strength Faction, compiling the three co-founders, Todd Bumgardner, Chris Merritt, and Mike Connelly, in to one massive episode. These three dudes have amazing brains and give amazing insight that have helped a lot of trainers and business owners- it’s a little long (3 episodes in 1), so break this sucker up and enjoy!

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