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Master Competitor is a CoachTube featured instructor!


I have a new adventure underway and I wanted to tell my readers about it: Master Competitor is a now a featured instructor at CoachTube.

The site developers contacted me a few months ago prior to launch date. We discussed format and segments, also many of the visuals that make the site, and my personal channel, appealing to the consumer audience.

According to the site,  "CoachTube gives every athlete in the world access to the instructions, knowledge, and motivation they need to grow and progress as athletes. We do this by providing access to online training from the world’s best coaches. These lessons are available on-demand, so that students can learn where & when it’s convenient for them. CoachTube is like an app store for coaching and instructional courses featuring videos and detailed training from the to 5% of coaches across the web. We provide a wide variety of experts so no matter what the subject is, we believe students and athletes should be able to learn about any topic, from coaches anywhere in the world."

Working with Coach Tube is a lot of fun and it's a great repository for teaching and learning opportunities. Whether it's throwing a fastball or running your first marathon. CoachTube has the resources to help you make it happen.

I want to give a quick shout out to Phillip Loyd, who was patient and helpful in putting together my first lesson plan. So, here it is, check out my "No fail nutrition plan" which tracks closely with my book "Mind Over Diet."

I'm already working on an outline for my "No fail fitness plan" and then "Most Efficient Running Technique, Part 2."

Well, I'd like to write more, but I better get to the gym and burn more calories. When you have a CoachTube channel, it's important to get in coaching form and shape!

Hope you enjoy the CoachTube experience.




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  1. Sounds cool. Is this available to anyone or only students?

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    1. Jennifer all in. I have some free lessons or my nutrition planning package is $5.99.

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