Monthly Archives: April 2016

Jump Your Way to Power Development

I am not a perfect coach. While I feel I’m above average in my abilities, I’ll be the first to admit I have many “gaps” in my knowledge-base. Some things I’m good at: coaching the barbell lifts, assessment, hand-to-hand combat vs. zombies. Some things, not so much: Olympic lifting, speed and jump training. I’ve written… Read more

Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: 4/1/16

I’m heading back to my old stomping grounds this weekend in Upstate NY. Tomorrow I’ll appear at my alma mater – SUNY Cortland – along with Mark Fisher, Dr. Cassandra Forsythe, Dr. Spencer Nadolsky, and Dr. John Brand for the SUNY Cortland Personal Training Conference. [If you’re in the area – Syracuse, Rochester, Ithaca, Hoth… Read more