Hey it's back and ready to send you to look at more cool stuff from this week (or the last couple weeks). It's been a weird week here, I think my stint in Rhode Island last week caused me to have almost a delayed start in my brain and threw me off. No alcohol was not the cause, mostly just exhaustion the exhaustion that comes from being outside a majority of the day both Saturday and Sunday. I did get to watch some good college rugby, so it was totally worth it.
Without further delay, here's your random, but not so random, Insta post of the week;
Now for the stuff that'll help you get through the grind of work, you're welcome.
15 Training Mistakes Top Strength Coaches Want You to Correct Immediately- This is an article that is full of names you should know if you don't already and the advice is top notch. Of course when Mr. Anderson makes an appearance in an article I'm going to make sure everyone else know it too.
It Took Me 10 Years to Become An Overnight Success- I know I'm a bit late to the party on this article, but it still needs to be mentioned. Do you like Shark Tank? Do you like fitness people professionals that know what the heck they're talking about (training or business wise)? Then please go look at this great post from Pete Dupuis, and he's got a pretty good one up just today that you should also check out while you're there.
Getting Started With Strength Training-True Stories From Former First Timers- "Everyone has been a beginner at some point." Awesome quote to have highlighted at the very top of this post. It's true, if you deny it then you need help, seriously. Whether you started at the age of 13 or 53, everyone has a first day in the gym and it can be really scary sometimes. This post from Jen Comas on Girls Gone Strong, chronicles 4 ladies' adventures in starting with strength training. Those on the fence, hopefully this pulls you away from the dark side of the force.
Jarrod Dyke, CSCS