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 – you should totally stop by. Day of registration is super affordable.1]
And then on Sunday I’ll head down to Elmira, NY to hang with my boy Jim “Smitty” Smith for a 1-day workshop I’ll be doing at New York Sport & Fitness.
I’ll be a busy weekend2, but a fun one.
Also, just to toss it out there, I have two other events around the corner:
SEATTLE (April 9-10th) – Complete Hip and Shoulder Workshop w/ Dean Somerset
PHILADELPHIA (April 24th) – The Athletic Shoulder: From Assessment to Badass, at War Horse Barbell Club.
Some Thoughts on Networking – John Romaniello
If there’s anyone in the fitness industry you should listen to when it comes to the topic of
drunk wizard butt sex networking, it’s Roman.
This was a really cool story, will tons of great insight. And it includes Gary Vee.
Total Core Training for Lifters – Eric Bach
I always enjoy Eric’s stuff and perspective on training. He’s an athletic dude and knows his anatomy, but also a little meat-headed.
None of the drills in this article are sexy, but they do get the job done.
This Will Make You Better: Hamstring Bridge to Bent Over Row – Harold Gibbons
Introducing new exercises to people is all about building context. This was a brilliant idea from Harold on how to use a hamstring bridge to better build context for the bent-over row.