• Mar20

    Progress Means Disruption

    I remember a number of years ago when I was still fairly young in my personal training career, I worked in a commercial facility that had squash courts, and as such we had a lot of squash players working out in there. That is to say, they played squash, then drank beer in the lounge,…… Read More

  • Mar13

    Even More Complete Shoulder and Hip Blueprint, Coming Soon

      Tony Gentilcore and I are finalizing some of the details for a re-vamp of the Complete Shoulder and Hip Blueprint workshop series we have been teaching for the past 3 years, and are bringing a LOT of new content to the table that builds off the original. Here’s some of the stuff we’re looking…… Read More

  • Mar9

    Big Rocks, Small Vessels, and Programming Balance

    A few years ago I heard a great story about where we spend our time and energy.   The cool thing is this story can give some significant parallels to training program design, and how you spend your energy, and whether you should work on different characteristics of training. Big rocks could represent higher threshold…… Read More