Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: 6/30/18
What the what?
A Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work? On a Saturday?
I know what you’re thinking:
“This is the best Saturday……….EVER!”
Or, that’s probably not what you’re thinking.
Either way, pretty cool right?
BUT FIRST…CHECK THIS STUFF OUT
1. Strong Body-Strong Mind – Boston, MA
We had such a great response when Lisa and I hosted a SBSM Workshop in Boston last year that we decided to do it again this summer.
I’ll be speaking to assessment, coaching up common strength exercises (squats, deadlifts), and how to better “match” your programs to your client’s abilities and goals.
Lisa will be discussing how to better manage client expectations, motivation, and how to adopt better mindset strategies for success.
The umbrella theme of this workshop is to enhance the SOFT skills of coaching, how to garner a connection, and build rapport with your athletes/clients.
- Spots are limited
- Early Bird rates apply for both students ($99) and professionals ($129)
- CEUs will be available (NSCA)
For more details (including itinerary and registration) go HERE.
2. Even More Complete Shoulder & Hip Blueprint– Dates/Locations Announced
Dean Somerset and I are currently in the throes of drumming up new content for our staple workshop series.
We’ve presented this workshop all over the world – London, Vancouver, Oslo, Prague, Boston, LA, Hoth – and even turned it into a popular digital product HERE so everyone can enjoy it.
We’ve already nailed down dates in Slovenia, Houston, and LA this fall (2018) and are also in talks to bring it to Detroit, Philadelphia, Edmonton, Australia, and Singapore in 2019.
If you’re someone who’d like to host this event/participate in a tickle fight please reach out to either Dean or myself.
Go HERE to register in the announced cities.
STUFF TO READ WHILE YOU’RE PRETENDING TO WORK
Glutes, Core, and Pelvic Floor Workout System – Sarah Duvall, Kellie Davis, and Meghan Callaway
If you’re a human, trust me, you likely could use some improvement in one – if not all three – of these areas.
Sarah, Kellie, and Meghan have curated a lovely resource that women, men, fitness professionals, and non-fitness professionals alike can benefit from.
You only have until Monday (7/2) to take advantage of the sale price.
Learn How to Fail – DeShawn Fairbairn
Learning how to fail well – in both life, but more germane to this article, the weight-room – is one of the best traits you can possess.
This article is MONEY.
What’s the Deal with Eggs and Cholesterol? – Physiqonomics
Well, shit, an article written entirely as an infographic.
Social Media Shenanigans
Worked with a new client today who was equally dumbfounded (and relieved) when I told him he didn’t HAVE to squat with “x” stance with toes pointing “y” way. It looked like shit and it felt like shit. Textbook technique rarely applies to anyone.
— Tony Gentilcore (@tonygentilcore1) June 24, 2018
I’ve long championed the notion pretty much anyone can train around pretty much any injury. My client, Ben, a local high school basketball player here in Boston, is a testament to that. He had knee surgery two weeks ago, is in a knee brace, and using crutches to get around. But he’s still getting after it coming to CORE to train. In the top video I took inspiration from @benbrunotraining and had Ben do some Hollow Position Landmine Presses. Man, these are hard. In the bottom video we’re doing 1-Legged RDLs w/ Wall Assist (on the non-injured leg only). Being injured isn’t a death sentence, and it certainly isn’t an excuse to not train. Make your “trainable menu” (make a list of what you CAN do), and get to work.