Posts in "Product Review"

Compression Garments: A Thing or a Fad?

Walk into any weight-room (or mall for that matter) and you’re likely to see a few people wearing a pair of those tight looking thingamajiggies that make them looked jacked. Thingamajiggies aren’t their technical term by the way. They’re actually compression garments. They’ve grown in popularity in recent years and there’s a growing debate on… Read more

Build Your Base: Pedestal Footwear 2.0

This, my friends, is super cool. Please read on. Most people who have been following me know that when I left Cressey Sports Performance back in 2015 and started my own gym I was quick to affiliate myself with a small Boston-based company called Pedestal Footwear. Granted one of the co-owners – Brendan McKee –… Read more

Podcast, Cats, and Jump Training, Oh My

It’s a beautiful, sunny day here in Boston so this one is going to be quick. 1. Here’s a Picture of My Cat. This was taken ten minutes ago, which demonstrates three things: I’m 100% certain I was a crazy cat woman in a past life. Who’s the beautiful, beautiful Princess? It is, in fact,… Read more

Stretch the Tight?

Note From TG: It’s July 4th. I’m in Maine. There’s no way I was writing a new post today, so I decided to repurpose the post below. It coincides with Dean Somerset’s Ruthless Mobility, which is currently on sale at half-off the regular price. The sale ends TODAY. Toodles!  I started with a new client… Read more

Tony Gentilcore Swag Now Available: Building a Brand

If you were to tell me ten (0r even five) years ago that I’d see my name plastered on a t-shirt as some sort of “brand,” I would have laughed at you. “Yeah, right” I would have said back then. “What’s next, lightsabers are real? Donald Trump will be considered a viable presidential candidate?” And… Read more

The Single Biggest Mistake Most People Make With Their Training Programs

Full Disclosure: Today is a repurposed post written last year and coincides with Eric Cressey placing his resource, High Performance Handbook, on sale this week for $30 off the regular price. Sale notwithstanding, it’s still a good post. You should read it. The Single Biggest Mistake People Make With Their Training Programs I want to… Read more

I’m Taking Over the Internet. But Not Really

I’ll be heading out to sunny LA this weekend to meet up with Dean Somerset for our last go at the Complete Shoulder & Hip Workshop of 2015. We’ve been on a tear lately with stops in Edmonton, St. Louis, and Chicago earlier this fall, and I hope people aren’t starting to get Dean and… Read more

Altitude Training Masks: Helpful or Hyperbole?

Lisa and I decided we were due for a little getaway. We’re back in my stomping grounds in central New York (specifically the Finger Lakes Region) to visit family and to partake in some long-anticipated vineyard exploring/wine tasting shenanigans. Otherwise known as Tony drives Lisa to a shit-ton of wineries. We’re having an amazing time… Read more