Our guest today believes that we are blinded by what we don’t know. Charlie Reid is a coach, educator, massage therapist, strength and mobility trainer, physical culturalist, alum of San Diego State University with a B.S. in Kinesiology, anti-guru, espresso purist, trainer of embodied athletes, bass player, husband, and fitness imagineer.
Charlie is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Certified Massage Therapist, Functional Range Conditioning/Release practitioner, and Precision Nutrition certified coach. His online courses, co-created with Jules Mitchell, includes Intro to Resistance Stretching and Mobility-Based Conditioning: Bodyweight Drills for Stronger Yoga Asana. You can find him training individuals at Move-SF in San Francisco.
- How to be a good generalist
- Why you should understand “psychological judo” to get your clients to do what you want them to do
- Why having many tools can help you better serve your clients’ needs
- Why fun should be the most important part of your personal practice
- Why there is never only one way
- Why we need fewer glamour shots and more honesty about the process and being willing to admit we don’t know
- and more!
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