Monthly Archives: January 2015

Registration Open For the 2nd Annual SUNY Cortland Strength & Conditioning Symposium

“Just when I thought I was out…..they pull me back in!!” So said Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) in The Godfather III. For those unfamiliar with the film (I’ll give you pass for not watching III, it sucks. But you should throw your face into a wall, HARD, for ignoring The Godfather I and II. That’s like… Read more

Yet Another Reason to Include Barbell Glute Bridges Into Your Program

Like many boys during that time in their life, I was a Boy Scout when I was 10-13 years old. Photo Credit: freeparking Dedicated to train youths to become responsible, altruistic citizens, building character, and self-reliance through participation in a wide variety of outdoor activities, educational programs, and community events…the Boy Scouts is definitely something… Read more

What Moves You?

Today’s guest post comes from my fiance, Lisa Lewis. Dr. Lisa Lewis (EdD, CADC-II, Licensed Psychologist). We’re currently down here in Florida (her home state) visiting some family and friends along with chipping away at some good ol’ fashioned wedding planning. I.e., “discussing” whether or not I can finish our vows by saying “one ring… Read more

Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: Welcome to 2015!

HAPPY NEW YEAR! And greetings from sunny Florida. Lisa and I left Boston yesterday to come down to Florida for a little R&R and to kick-start the wedding planning process. (In case you’re new to the site, Lisa and I are getting married near her hometown this May!) I give you the requisite engagement photo… Read more