Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: 4/8/16
I’m currently 34,000 feet in the air as I type these words.1 I’m on my way to Seattle to meet up with my boy, Dean Somerset, so he and I can teach our 2-day Complete Hip & Shoulder Workshop. (< — be sure to go HERE to check for future CHSW dates and other speaking shenanigans).
It’s my first time visiting Seattle. I’ve always wanted to go, have heard nothing but wonderful things, and can’t wait to hoist my backpack over my shoulders and explore since I have a few hours to kill after I land.
I heard Pikes Market is legit. Maybe I’ll catch a fish or two.
I was hoping to hit up a Mariners game and say hello to long-time CSP athlete, Steve Cishek, but alas, I won’t have time for that.
I guess I’ll just have to find a coffee shop to chill out at. I “think” Seattle has a few of those, right?
Lets get to this week’s list of stuff to read.
The Power Primer 2.0 – Eric Bach
Today is your last day to take advantage of the 50% off sale of Eric Bach’s excellent resource, The Power Primer 2.0.
Do you train athletes or just like to pretend you’re one yourself? Give this manual a look. What I like about Eric’s approach is that is not only about power development. Even if you’re only interested in looking good nekid, this manual will help get you there.
7 Simple Cues to Improve Your Squat Form – Tony Bonvechio
If I could make out with an article about squat technique (at it wasn’t weird), this one would be it.
Why Powerlifting is the Perfect Training Style for Women – Marshal Roy
I think the title says it all.
Lifting heavy s*** works. For a lot of reasons.