Monthly Archives: December 2018

Best Articles of 2018: Exercises You Should Be Doing

This is the last post of 2018. 2018 was splendid year, and I thank everyone for their continued support. 2019 is looking to be a busy year from a professional standpoint with several projects in the works in addition to my travel schedule. One of my main goals in 2019, however, is to get back… Read more

Best Articles of 2018: Guest Posts

I’m very fortunate that number of quality coaches reach out and offer to submit articles for this site. Granted they have to promise to name their first born after me AND send me a bowl of yellow only M&Ms, but that’s a small price to pay for internet fame. Thanks to everyone who pinch-wrote for… Read more

Best Articles of 2018: My Picks

Yesterday I highlighted the best articles from 2018 according to what resonated with YOU. They were the articles that received the most traffic according to Google analytics. You can check them out HERE. Today, however, it’s my turn. It’s all about me, me, me, and ME.  These were the articles I felt were Pulitzer worthy… Read more

Best Articles of 2018: Reader’s Picks

2018 was yet another successful year in many aspects, and I can’t express enough how thankful I am for such a loyal readership. Since it’s the end of the year I wanted to take the next few days to highlight some articles you may have missed (or maybe want to read again). Today’s list highlights… Read more

Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: 12/21/18

BUT FIRST…CHECK THIS STUFF OUT 1. (Even More) Complete Shoulder & Hip Blueprint – 2019 Dates This workshop will piggyback on the material Dean Somerset and I covered in the original Complete Shoulder & Hip Blueprint. With this iteration, though, we’ll be going a bit deeper into the coaching and programming side of things: How to program around common… Read more

Adding CARs to Your Warm Up

My almost two-year old is obsessed with cars. The vroom vroom kind. We live on a busy street here in Boston so it’s more of less toddler catnip for him. It’s impossible to go for a walk and he not be transfixed with every Hyundai and Honda that whizzes by. Likewise, every book we read… Read more

Why Kids Should Cheat the Deadlift

Today’s guest post come courtesy of Dan Edelman of The Brand X Method, which is a wonderful institution dedicated to improving youth sport(s) and fitness through professional youth coach education. I love what they stand for and what the strive to instill in their coaches and athletes. There’s no ONE set way to train anyone… Read more

The Forgotten Component of Progressing in the Weight Room

It’s popular nowadays for people to brag about how hard their workouts are. And I don’t mean “hard” as in “man, I’d rather jump into a shark’s mouth than do that squat session again” hard. No, for whatever reason, it’s become more important to one-up each other, to champion shenanigans over actual progress in the… Read more