In the past three months, I have had to chance to speak with the military, college teams and high school coaches. Since I write and publish a lot, the leadership in these groups often adopt some of my ideas like Quadrants, “Can You Go,” the 1-2-3-4 assessment and the movement structure of Intervention. There….
Lots of new authors. Great summaries and fun stuff. Thank you, Markus! Getup-1-2016
I’m not a professional personal finance guy, but the same toolkit we have in the gym and field really carries over into our issues with (and without) money. Don’t take any of this as anything but some suggestions to a friend. These are all things that worked well for me. Oddly, the principles make a….
Random Thoughts from Lee Boyce To say that adding strength and muscle is a simple process is worthy of a backhand upside the head. Anyone who’s spent any time in the gym knows that sometimes it seems easier to achieve any other goal. With that said, if you’re an intermediate who may be reaching….
It’s Not the Specifics, It’s the Career In Tommy Kono’s remarkable second book, “Championship Weightlifting: Beyond Muscle Power,” it is hard to find a page that some great training gem doesn’t leap off the page to interested athlete. Tommy’s career is unparalleled. As an Olympic lifter, his gold medals at the Olympics and World Championships,….