Here are a few good reads to get you through another work week: Defining Success by Mike Robertson I highly, highly recommend reading this. I like most of the stuff that Mike writes but this takes the cake - did I mention I high recommend reading this? Back to the Basics A Challenge from Myself by Molly Galbraith … Continue reading Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump 5/16
One question that I find myself answering on a weekly basis has to do with starting a training program. Sometimes the question comes from women who have never done anything besides run or use the elliptical and sometimes this question comes from younger guys that are looking to start training for a specific sport. When … Continue reading Where to Start?
Finally we have reached Part III of the healthy knee series. In Part I we focused on the basics when it comes to knee pain and some of the fundamental issues that can cause knee pain. In the Part II we went a step further and focused on creating proper tissue quality and tissue length … Continue reading Beating Knee Pain – Part III
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Here are a few good reads to get you through the work week: Mix it up with this High Rep Upper Body Workout by Greg O'Gallagher Ever get tired and bored of the same old training program - I do. Though I wouldn't recommend a high rep program for most people, I do think taking a couple … Continue reading Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump 5/9
A lot of people ask me what my own training program looks like so I thought I would lay it out for you. To be honest, I’ve been keeping things pretty basic the last couple months. No overthinking, no worrying about this and that, just the nuts and bolts and some heavy weights. My philosophy … Continue reading My Current Training
In the Part I of this four part series we touched on the basics when it comes to knee pain and some of the fundamental issues that can cause chronic knee pain. If you haven’t read Part I yet, I would recommend you go back and take a quick look at that before you continue. … Continue reading Beating Knee Pain – Part II