Plus, get a copy of Tony’s Pick Things Up, a quick-tip guide to everything deadlift-related. See his butt? Yeah. It’s good. You should probably listen to him if you have any hope of getting a butt that good.I don’t share email information. Ever. Because I’m not a jerk.
The word “easier” is subjective in this context. I mean, can we really make a squat or deadlift easy? Photo Credit: Elitefts Maybe a better way to state things is to say “easier to perform so that someone doesn’t shit their spine.” As a strength coach it’s obviously important for me to help get people… Read moreRead this post
Note From TG: Today I have a treat for everyone: a guest post from world renowned strength and conditioning coach, writer, and educator, Nick Tumminello. Nick’s someone whom I have a lot of respect for, and someone who I feel is at the upper echelon of coaches who “get it.” He recently released an excellent… Read moreRead this post
Wait, wait, wait! Don’t click away!!! Most of the people reading this don’t live in Australia and (probably) won’t be interested in the details that follow. Fair enough. So, in an effort to make up for it – and so that you don’t leave this post empty handed – I wanted to share my latest… Read moreRead this post
I’ve made it known that if I weren’t a strength coach I’d somehow try to find a way to watch movies for a living. Photo Credit: Erin M Okay, that’s a lie. First I’d want to be a professional baseball player. Second choice would be an Avenger. And third would have to be starting my… Read moreRead this post
Tony Gentilcore is one of the co-founders of Cressey Sports Performance, which really should have been called "Cressilcore Sports Performance" because that sounds like an awesome castle where a wizard lives (and plays sports).
When he’s not picking things up and putting them down, he trains top-level athletes, contributes to the top fitness magazines and websites around, and sets up a camera in his garage to record his lightsaber skills.
He lives in Boston. With Lisa.