Yikes, I've done 50 of these things? Time flies when you're in the midst of it I suppose. OK more important things, who's ready for the first Lions and All Blacks match tomorrow? Just me? Alright, well I'm still pumped to see it go down in New Zealand, though I won't be waking up at 3 AM to watch it live, so no spoilers please.
This week's Insta post of the week is a well purposed one. I promise if you haven't checked this thing out, just take a minute to ask questions:
The Real State of The S&C Industry-3 Imperfections- The real key take away from this one is...I'm not the only dork that still likes video games. Seriously though, give this one a read. Even though Donald Day is mostly talking about coaches in schools, there's still plenty of take away for those of us in the private sector. Thanks Matt Ibrahim for bringing this to our attention.
Why Stretching Something That Hurts Isn't Always The Answer- Come on, raise your hand, we've all done it. I find I'm still constantly giving certain people the stink eye when they go about trying to solve pain in this manner. Give this piece by Nikki Naab-Levy on GGS a read, the answer to your pain, may not be what you think it is.
Dispelling the Dysfunctional Kneeling Pushup- YES, everyone please read this. It's from last year, but it made it's way around on the man's site, so sue me for using an older article. Dr. John Rusin has got the solution for that pesky pushup. Those that have trained with me know that I'd just assume stick a soldering iron in some place awful, than have someone do a kneeling pushup. Avoid them like the plague, you know who you are!
Jarrod Dyke, CSCS