Stuff To Read While You’re Pretending To Work: 2/16/18
You know how we do.
BUT FIRST…(SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS, STUFF I’VE WRITTEN, & OTHER TIDBITS CURATED TO SHOWCASE HOW IMPORTANT I AM)
I had to take a break from The Fitness Summit last year for two reasons:
1. Eating way too many cookies.
2. But mostly because I succeeded in making a baby and my wife would have tossed me so much shade if I was all like “Hey Babe, going to KC for three days. Toodles.”
Well this year I’m back and excited to take part in a Fitness Summit first. Dean Somerset and I will be putting on a Pre-Conference day where we’ll spend a few hours test driving some new material as a follow-up to our Complete Shoulder & Hip Blueprint.
Tentatively titled The More Completer Hip & Shoulder Blueprint.
We’ll be taking deep dive into squat and deadlift technique: discussing ankle, foot, hip and upper extremity considerations in conjunction with regressions/progressions and programming. Whether you’re a coach or just someone who likes to lift heavy things you’ll undoubtedly learn something. And if not, cool, you still get to hang out with us for a few hours.
Registration is now open for returning and new attendees. Come experience one of the best fitness events of the year.
I’m excited to announce that both myself and my wife, Dr. Lisa Lewis, will be presenting at the inaugural Spurling Spring Seminar at Spurling Fitness in Kennebunk, ME in a few months.
If you live in New England and you’re a fitness professional you won’t want to miss it. Early bird special is currently in effect.
Stuff To Read While You’re Pretending To Work
Keeping the ‘Coach’ In Science-Based Coaching – James Krieger
Having the ability to differentiate between what you think should be happening and what actually is happening is often what separates the good coaches from the excellent ones.
Excellent article from James here.
7 Truths About Strength Training – Jim Wendler
I love reading strong people write about what it takes to get strong.
So you should read this…..;o)
Dowdell Fitness Systems – The Story – Joe Dowdell
The Truth About Diet Soft Drinks – TC Luoma
As a self-described Diet Coke fan I approve this message.
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General Rule: For optimal performance you want to “pin” shoulder blades together and down (think: bench press). For optimal health you want the shoulder blades to MOVE (think: push-ups). Protraction/reaching is kind of a big deal.
— Tony Gentilcore (@tonygentilcore1) February 13, 2018