Back Room Talk. It’s the candid conversations that happen when the music is off, the barbells are put away, and we sit down to reflect on another day of fitness coaching. OPEX Coaches Carl Hardwick and Georgia Smith host weekly episodes of Back Room Talk, always seeking to help coaches increase their value and lead their clients towards their ideal version of fitness. PLUS, for the high-performer who wants to discover their fitness potential, listen to weekly BONUS Crafted Conversations episodes with Michael McElroy and Sam Smith.
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Program design is the easy part of coaching. The real challenge (and the fun!) is in nurturing relationships and using the principles of human behavior to help your clients make sustainable changes. more
Crafted coaches Sam Smith and Michael McElroy discuss the importance of intentional training to reach your highest level of sports performance. more
We’ve changed our thinking on what it means to be an efficient coach over the last few years, and so we want to clear a few things up in this week’s episode of Back Room Talk! more
I’ve learned so much and continue to learn so much from listening to this every week. Georgia, Carl and their guests are always fantastic and for a new fitness coach it is unbelievably helpful to get insight into their thought process and methods. I miss the episodes where there was a brief discussion on something that wasn’t about Opex but Carl and Georgia’s take on a fitness topic from another source- would like to see that come back in some form!
Awesome podcast, great information each week.
My friend and I think that Georgia and Carl must have bugged our phones because all the topics, questions, and issues they cover weekly on this Podcast are the real world problems and curiosities we as Coaches experience. They offer the top-notch, best education in the biz and are also really fun to listen to conversate! more
In my opinion, this podcast went downhill when Robbie was removed as the host.
Appreciate this very much . Articulate and very informative . Thank you
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Back Room Talk launched 4 years ago and published 227 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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