If you’ve coached anyone through anything, you’ve probably come across the 80/20 rule. You know, the classic 80% of the time you should do this and 20% of the time you should do that. The 80/20 rule is probably 2 days older than dirt, but as a timeless cliche, it holds many truths. For example… …
Parisi Coach and Program Director, Heather Vowell, shares her insight on how to successfully train youth athletes.
Find out why Casey Lee and Sully Parker are better coaches because of their experience as a DJ.
Parisi Coach, Harley Ryder, shares his advice after being in the fitness industry for more than 20 years.
Coach Corey Halford share his experience as a new Parisi Coach learning under the guidance of Parisi Master Coach, Chad Coy.
Parisi Performance Coach, Dan Stickna, shares his words of wisdom from coaching in the Parisi Network for almost 10 years.
Parisi Coaches Sully Parker and Casey Lee discuss the differences of 1-1 training and team training.
Eric Cressey joins the Parisi Podcast to discuss breathing techniques for better sports performance. For the full episode, sign up here.
Eric Cressey, Director of Player Health and Performance for the New York Yankees, joins the Parisi podcast to discuss the dangers of sport specificity. For the full episode, sign up here.
Parisi Program Director, Kyle Harper, shares his advice how to succeed as a Performance Coach, and why the Parisi Network has been so beneficial for him.
Parisi Owner, Ben Jones, shares his advice on how to keep very young athletes engaged and excited about training, while staying true to effective training techniques.
Parisi Program Director, Candace Seaton, shares her advice for coaches – stop comparing yourself to others!