Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: 5/17/2011
Okay, I’ll admit I’m being lame to start the week. Not much going on in the way of new content so far, but I’m hoping to up my game in the next day or so. As it stands today, I’m swamped with the ladies group, and Eric and I are filming some exercise demonstrations this morning for our soon-to-be epic online database. which will serve as a great resource for our current CP and distance coaching clients.
Don’t know what a Reverse Lunge with Posterolateral Reach is?
Go to the site, click on the link and you’ll know.
That said, since I’m short on time, I’m going to leave you with some stuff to read. Holla!
For those people wondering what it’s like to be an intern at Cressey Performance, this is your chance to get an inside look. Here, Jay Bonn discusses everything from coaching cues to my pecs. Okay, kidding. But in all seriousness, it’s a great read, and it’s awesome knowing that our interns are walking away with a great experience. One minor detail left out, however, is the fact that we never put the last intern class through a death circuit.
Note to Self: that won’t happen again
After posting my knee-friendly blog last week where I discussed my afinity for the airdyne bike, my friend PJ Striet contacted me to note that he, too, wrote a similar post not long ago. For those looking for a little more ass-kickery in their lives, look no further!
If there was ever an article that deserved it’s own slow-clap button, this is it! Definitely opens your eyes to some of the shenanigans and politicing that goes down behind closed doors with regards to the food policies we’re told to follow.