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Hey everyone, and welcome back to another episode of The Art of Coaching podcast. I am glad to have you joining us! Today’s topic comes from a long time newsletter subscriber named Michael. Michael wanted to know how to address athletes’ who cheat reps or genuinely seem unmotivated in the weight room. Today, I dive into this discussion and what not to do when it comes to motivating lazy athletes. Enjoy!

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