Posts Tagged with "coaching cues"
There was a time in my training career when I despised front squats. I hated them in fact. They never felt good. But when does any form of squatting feel “good?” I mean, that’s the last adjective I’d use to describe them. A back massage feels good. Hitting a walk-off home-run feels good. Hell,… Read more
Lets do this! Copyright: urfingus / 123RF Stock Photo STUFF TO CHECK OUT BEFORE THE OTHER STUFF 1. 2 Workshops Coming Up Complete Shoulder & Hip Blueprint – Vancouver, April 1-2nd. Dean Somerset and I will be in Vancouver that weekend to talk shoulders and hips and to start a tickle fight. We’re capping this workshop… Read more
As I’ve gotten older I’ve learned to be more succinct in many facets of my life. – When I was 25 I’d consider it a travesty if I didn’t spend at least two hours in the gym. Now? A few “top sets” of my main movement, followed by an accessory movement to compliment that movement,… Read more
REMINDER: Strong Body-Strong Mind Workshop – Austin, TX (Saturday, June 18th) Hey fitness pros/fitness enthusiasts in the AUSTIN, TX area. I’ll be down there next weekend (Saturday, June 18th) – along with my wife, Dr. Lisa Lewis – for our inaugural Strong Body-Strong Mind Workshop. Topics covered include: 1. The Art of Coaching & Behavior… Read more