Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: 4/7/17
Lisa and I (and Julian) are traveling back to Upstate NY this weekend to visit family and to both present at the SUNY Cortland Health & Wellness Conference. As you’re reading this we’re en route (and likely on our 11th pit-stop, give or take, to change a diaper or feed our little Gremlin).
Lets jump right to this week’s round-up.
Stuff to Check Out Before You Read Stuff
1) Strong Body-Strong Mind – Toronto
Lisa and I are happy to announce we’re bringing back our Strong Body-Strong Mind workshop.
Last year we had the privilege of presenting together in Austin, TX and London, UK, and we’re elated to be heading to Toronto, Ontario to pick up where we left off.
In a nutshell I speak to a little assessment talk, program design, and breaking down technique on a few common lifts such as the squat, deadlift, get-up, and blindfolded chainsaw juggling, and Lisa speaks to more of the mindset side of the equation and how we can help build better rapport and “buy in” with our clients/athletes.
For more information and to sign up, please go HERE.
2) Complete Shoulder & Hip Blueprint – Orlando
Our Vancouver shindig in April sold out, but Dean and I have recently announced a stop in Orlando, FL later this year, October 21-22nd at Spark Fitness.
I’ve never been to Orlando. There’s no way in hell I’m visiting Disney World.
You can go HERE for more details and to sign up.
Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work
Complete Sports Conditioning – Mike Boyle
Sha-ZAM this is a doozy. I was sent an advance copy of Mike Boyle’s latest resource and while I’ve only just begun watching it, what I have seen is really, really, really good.
I mean, come on…it’s Mike Boyle.
The man has been coaching for 35+ years and knows a thing or two about how to prepare athletes well. I appreciate Mike’s candidness and no BS, commonsense approach.
You can currently purchase the entire set at $100 off the regular price, but it the sale ends TONIGHT (4/7).
Check it out HERE and hurry!
How to Improve Ankle Mobility and Stability – Brad Cox
The Biggest Problem for Personal Trainers – Michael Keeler
The “problem” doesn’t = lack of program design skills or the ability to name all the muscular attachments to the scapulae in alphabetical order (and in Latin). Nope, it has everything to do with a skill that’s becoming rarer and rarer in the fitness industry.
Lack of people skills.
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Unilateral UPPER body training is just as important as unilateral LOWER body training. Don’t skip it.
— Tony Gentilcore (@tonygentilcore1) April 5, 2017