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Successful Cueing in the Push Jerk

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ByCrossFit June 3, 2020

An effective cue is one that works. A cue repeated over and over with no change in movement calls for the coach to adapt. ⁣

Here, CFHQ Seminar Staff Flowmaster Matt Lodin (CF-L4) shifts gears when a tactile cue doesn’t work. He provides a visual cue instead that guides his athlete toward success. ⁣

A visual cue often takes the form of: “I see you doing this (show fault), and I need to see you do this (show corrected movement).”⁣

Filmed at a CrossFit Level 1 Certificate Course held at Autumo CrossFit on Nov. 23, 2019.


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Grant Shymske
June 4th, 2020 at 1:39 pm
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Seamless transition to a different approach, and used his failed cue as a teachable moment for the group. Fantastic.

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David Kearsey
June 4th, 2020 at 11:23 am
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I love this !!! simply switching tools to help someone process information better. This is Coaching (said in Gerald butler voice)

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