If you’ve ever played sport, I’m sure you can appreciate the value of a good coach.

They are there to give you advice, encourage you and help you improve.

A good coach will help you be better, and will see things in you that you didn’t even see for yourself.

But do we always like what they have to say?


And that’s ok.

I’m sure my clients don’t always like what I ask them to do, because often it gets them uncomfortable.

It pushes them outside their comfort zone.

I ask people to work harder, run longer and lift heavier than what they probably thought they could ever do themselves.

Sometimes they don’t want to do it, but they trust me enough to know that I have their best interests at heart, and do it anyway.

I had to have that same faith in my strength and conditioning coach this week at training.

Here’s why….