After 7 years of letting this old blog collect dust on the bookshelf of the internet, I wanted to share some additional thoughts. Nordics aren’t magic, they are convenient. They are convenient due to their low technical barrier [everyone can do them with little instruction]. They are convenient in a group setting because you don’tContinue reading “Nordic Hamstring Lowers – A Magic Pill? [Part 2]”
For what squat stands are and what they function as, they are generally pretty expensive to buy from a manufacturer. The cost of the stands plus shipping will probably set you back at least a few hundred bucks. This DIY alternative, assuming you already have a few tools, only costs ~$30 and accomplishes the sameContinue reading “How to Build Squat Stands for $30”
I think many in the performance profession love their jobs… or used to. Some that loved it, now see it as a burden or are too burnt out to keep going. The gripes of many individuals in the profession are performance / S&C roles are low paying, there is a lack of job security atContinue reading “Financial Advice from a Performance Coach”
Embedded testing is something that has been getting a bit more attention in the previous years, but sometimes seems like it’s misconstrued a bit. Or at least it seems that way to me. Embedded testing does not mean performing a test over and over and over again every week or every session. Embedded testing isContinue reading “Quick Thoughts: 004 – Embedded Testing”
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