Monthly Archives: January 2020

Fitness Pain Free Certification: An Interview with Dan Pope

My good friend, colleague, and currently ranked in my Top FIVE of man-crushes, Dan Pope, just released his latest resource: Fitness Pain Free Certification. NOTE: Dan’s a physical therapist and coach here in Boston who’s one of my “go to” sources when I need to refer some of my more banged up clients to someone… Read more

Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: 1/10/20

BUT FIRST…I’M LIKE, REALLY, REALLY IMPORTANT (Things I’ve appeared in, places I’m going, you know, important stuff) 1. (De)-Constructing the Deadlift & Squat – Stoneham, MA: Sunday, January 26, 2020 I’m teaming up with Brad Cox of ACUMobility for this 6-hour workshop where we’ll discuss hip assessment and, you guessed it… …keto recipes deadlifts and squats. What… Read more

Appearance on the Movement Fix Podcast

There was a time – from 2007-2015 to be exact, my coaching years at Cressey Sports Performance – where I listened to a lot books on cd as well as podcasts. I had a 45-60 minute commute both ways and used that time to try to make myself smarter. In the years since, however, there… Read more

5 Reasons You Aren’t Getting the Results You Want in the Gym

Today’s guest post comes courtesy of Syracuse, NY based personal trainer/strength coach, Ricky Kompf If you lift weights as your main mode of exercise you’re bound to experience ruts that can be frustrating, and there are many factors to consider.  Ricky weighs in (<— see what I just did there?) on several things to consider… Read more

Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: 1/3/20

BUT FIRST…I’M LIKE, REALLY, REALLY IMPORTANT (Things I’ve appeared in, places I’m going, you know, important stuff) 1. (De)-Constructing the Deadlift & Squat – Stoneham, MA: Sunday, January 26, 2020 I’m teaming up with Brad Cox of ACUMobility for this 6-hour workshop where we’ll discuss hip assessment and, you guessed it… …deadlifts and squats. What… Read more

My Half-Hearted Attempt at Helping You Succeed With Your Health and Fitness Resolutions in 2020

It’s a new year. Nay, a new decade. And with it comes the inevitable avalanche of fitness professionals giving advice on how to make your New Year’s Resolutions “stick.” This isn’t quite one of those posts. Meh Don’t get me wrong: I think it’s great many people use this time of year to renew their… Read more