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Assessments: The Most Important Thing is Doing Them

Today at the gym was Assessment Day. There is this wonderful yin-yang between Goal Setting and Assessment: it is great to have goals but how do you know you are on your way? So, today, we did the 1-2-3-4 Assessment. It’s fun to do assessments in a group setting. Today, we did some of our….  

Work Capacity and Training Throwers

About a year ago, I wrote this from discus camp here in Ohio (I am back again). John and I were talking about the history of the discus and pointed out that Bud Houser was a stud. The kids had no idea. So: Another championship record was set by Clarence “Bud” Houser in the men’s….  

An Insightful Blog Post

This is a pretty good insight here. As I always tell people who want to have a “perfect program:” Add Goblet Squats and Farmer Walks

I mentioned this Tweny Day Program to the SFG here in London

The First Twenty Days Fresh from a new learning experience, there is always a tendency to want to do everything all at once. That is tough to do and fraught with long and short-term issues. The first twenty days after this experience should be a chance to strive to master the movements and train the….  

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