Well it's been awhile since I did one of these, so now's as good a time as ever to pick it back up. Dreary day up here in the Boston area, so why not make sure everyone knows where to find some good content to occupy themselves with at their cubicles or on their commute.
First as I like to do, a Instagram post for you all to enjoy that may not have already seen it:
Why Not Every Fit Pro Should Write- Straight from the mind of the brilliant Erica Suter, this a good piece of evidence of why it's ok for coaches to not write much, if at all. Guess that gives me a pass huh? Seriously though, when I get into a piece I enjoy it and I don't put the pressure I use to put on myself to get someone new up on this blog every day, it's done a world of good for my sanity.
Getting Stronger is Corrective- When I took the first gig not all that long ago, I too fell into the black hole of "corrective" exercises. Thankfully I had folks like this guy, Tony Gentilcore, and a handful of other straighten me out. Don't burn so much daylight trying to "fix" your issues, just get yourself stronger!
Why Women Should Get Strong- Yes ladies, we all know that you are plenty strong in many ways, but just to be clear, make sure you're as physically strong as you are in the other ways. I love Nia Shanks as a coach and a writer, if you don't want to listen to me, she's definitely someone that can convince you.
Jarrod Dyke, CSCS