An interesting thing happens every time I write an article on the Internet. It’s not exactly criticism, but it is what we used to call “one-upmanship.” In full candor, William Shakespeare faced a different kind of criticism; his poor work led to the audience throwing vegetables at him, so I should be careful here. What….
I have an odd rule that drives many people crazy. My assistants and interns always laugh because I get so frustrated with people when they break this rule. The problem is simple: I forget to tell people that I have this rule! It is fairly obvious: Do NOT criticize, condemn or correct a training….
I wish I could say this nicely, but I hate commercial gyms. I can’t stand public training facilities. Since 1971, the bulk of my training has been in my backyard, my garage or my porch. When you add up the commute time, the gym fees and the hassle of dealing with some zit backed teen….
If I told you about a great training idea that was free and readily available, you might wonder what the catch is to this deal. Let me tell you this: for “conditioning,” whatever that means now, and basic upper body strength training nothing might beat the wrestling and football standard drill, the Bear Crawl. ….
I’m lucky to train almost daily with three nutritionists. By the way, these fine people went to college, published papers and make a living not just counseling people but making menus for a variety of patients in hospitals. In other words, they didn’t take a one-hour course and put the shingle on the door. ….