Category: Product Review
So I’ve got some good news, some better news, some exciting news and some amazing news. Simply put, life is great!
The good news for all of my readers is that things should be going back to normal shortly as I will finally be moving into my new apartment soon and will have TONS of my time freed up.
The better news is that I will be flying out to Kansas City for the Fitness Summit in a few weeks to meet some of the brains in the industry and pass ideas, learn some stuff, and destroy some KC BBQ. Mostly the BBQ.
The exciting news as well as one of the reasons I have been so busy lately is I began coaching at Myoforce, which is a personal training studio set up for corrective exercise and performance enhancement. The owner, Aaron … Read More »
Every once in a while I read a book so epic that it changes the way I think, work, and perceive life in general. There are many books I have read that have done just that and truth be told that I like to read, a lot. Sometimes I have my nose in several books at a time from strength and conditioning, self-help, leisure, to badminton conditioning. What motivates the girl with the dragon tattoo to deadlift? (This is how my brain works)
The most recent book I finished is Dan Pink’s book DRiVE: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us. Sounds geeky huh? This is my life but honestly some of my favorite reads and those which have profoundly impacted my life are those dealing with behavioral psychology and economics. I mean, it’s not only a huge part of my … Read More »
In the past, I have talked about proper warmup, soft-tissue work, mobility, stability, strength training, flexibility, power (explosiveness), plyometrics, agility and the list goes on. These are all great characteristics of a sound program but how the hell are you going to fit them all in your 60 minute “no more, no less” workout?
Seriously, if I tried to fit every aspect of training into one of my clients training programs their head would probably start to spin and they would start doing a backwards crawl up the stairs like in The Exorcist. There is simply not enough time to get it all in and why would you want to?