Laree worked overtime on getting this out. It’s a vision of why I think going against the basics, eat breakfast or sleep 10 hours every night, might lead to MORE success. Here you go.
Well, in total candor, reading my book into a recorder was as hard as anything I have done in my career. Besides the usual hatred of the sound of one’s voice, it seemed the universe conspired against me with every take. My favorite, and Laree heard it, too, was repeating the same frustrating paragraph three….
A Concept Approach to the Fundamental Human Movements, 38 minutes, $4.95 With this new material, strength coach Dan John discusses his current thinking on the fundamental human movements. Here he’s talking not about so much about drills and body parts, but about an overriding concept that covers ideas such as pushing, pulling, hinging and work….
During Lindsay’s senior year, Pavel and I wrote a book on the simplicity of strength training. It is called “Easy Strength” and is considered by many to be a “game changing” book in the strength field. And I expand on that in this post, Even Easier Strength.
Course Corrections for the Athlete and Trainer You have two choices: 1. Be lucky enough in middle school, junior high or early high school to be taught the step-by-step instructions in the Olympic lifts, powerlifting, kettlebells, tumbling, flexibility, mobility and basic body movements 2. Apply Intervention For most of us, it is option two. And….