Monthly Archives: January 2011

Miscellaneous Miscellany Monday: 1/31/2011

My girlfriend has been away for the past ten days doing some consulting work down in Colombia, and while it was nice to have some free time to hang out with the boys, leave the toilet seat up, burp out loud, and chew food with… Read more

Who Ever Said Lifting Heavy Things Ain’t Cardio………

  is kidding themselves.  Or, most likely, has never really lifted anything other than pink dumbbells or their remote control.   Not too long ago, one of my female clients told me an awesome story where she was finishing up her training session at… Read more

Please Hold While We Take Care of Technical Difficulties

My apologies to everyone.  This may come as a surprise, but I’m not what you would call “technologically savvy.”  I mean, I still type with two fingers for crying out loud! That being the case, I’ve been having issues trying to learn the software for… Read more

Welcome To the New (and More Baller)

Cue Mrs. Doubtfire voice Well, heeeeeellllllllloooooooo. Read more

Why You’re Small and Weak (Most Likely)

In any given month, I’d say I get at least 1-2 emails from people asking me if I’d be willing to promote their fitness-information product. As you can imagine, much of what is sent my way I’d rather use as toilet paper; or a coaster for my coffee table at best. They’re poorly written, sloppy,… Read more

Miscellaneous Miscellany Monday: 1/24/11

I just realized that I haven’t done one of these in a while, so I figured I’d take today and ramble a bit. 1. Website update: I know I’ve been saying this for a while now, but the new website is literally right around the corner. Jason Lengstorf and his staff at Copter Labs have… Read more

What’s the REAL Key to Progress?

I finished a really interesting book not too ago called Why We Make Mistakes: How We Look Without Seeing, Forget Things in Seconds, and Are All Pretty Sure We Are Way Above Average. I love reading books like this, which talk extensively on behavioral economics, because a lot of what is discussed (even if it… Read more

Location: bursal side (standard subacromial location when most think of impingement). Or, external impingment), and articular side (what most would deem internal impingement). Internal impingement is most commonly seen in overhead athletes and is typically the result of hyperlaxity in the anterior direction. As Mike Reinold has noted on several occasions, the easiest visual I… Read more