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Jim, Posting Your Athletes Lifts?


#1

Jim, Would you ever post some of your athletes lifts on your website? Would be good to see some insight into how you train your clients, thanks mate.


#2

I’m not sure what you mean by “posting your athletes’ lifts” but I just submitted an article to TNation called “Passing the Torch” that details some of the things we do with the kids. I certainly am not going to post videos of kids - that shit is creepy.


#3

[quote]Jim Wendler wrote:
I’m not sure what you mean by “posting your athletes’ lifts” but I just submitted an article to TNation called “Passing the Torch” that details some of the things we do with the kids. I certainly am not going to post videos of kids - that shit is creepy.[/quote]. Yes that shit would be a bit creepy. Was talking more about the powerlifters not kids that you train would be good to get an insight into there training and how often they do meets?


#4

I only train HS kids - that is the only group I personally want to work with. It’s the demographic I most enjoy and where one can really make a difference (as will be shown in the article). It’s what I enjoy and the training is much more dynamic/fun.


#5

[quote]Jim Wendler wrote:
I only train HS kids - that is the only group I personally want to work with. It’s the demographic I most enjoy and where one can really make a difference (as will be shown in the article). It’s what I enjoy and the training is much more dynamic/fun.[/quote]. I see now why you prefer to train hs kids good article jim


#6

[quote]Shaun87 wrote:

[quote]Jim Wendler wrote:
I only train HS kids - that is the only group I personally want to work with. It’s the demographic I most enjoy and where one can really make a difference (as will be shown in the article). It’s what I enjoy and the training is much more dynamic/fun.[/quote]. I see now why you prefer to train hs kids good article jim
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You are welcome - here is the link to the article for those that haven’t read it.