I know I know I'm sorry I had a huge brain fart last week and forgot to get this guy up. It's back this week and there's been a lot going on in the fitness world this week. I've tried to NOT bring more attention to a certain coach that can't keep his ego in check. I know you all will enjoy the things I've found this week that don't have anything to do with that.
How Intense Workouts (and Overtraining) can Ruin Your Results-Precision Nutrition's big guy Dr. John Berardi drives a point home I can not stress enough. More is not always better when it comes to training and exercise. No one is saying take 10 days off between workouts, but keep Berardi's advice in mind when you think to go for that 3rd workout of the day.
Lightning and Thunder- I am a huge Jen Sinkler fan and of the stuff she puts out. Her new product, put together in tandem with Angie Brambley-Moyer and her husband, Tim Moyer will give you that athlete feel. All I know is speed kills in sports (and life) so if you want to get faster, this is a damn good place to start.
Tinkering vs Overhauling and the Problems with Average- In the past I wasn't always confident with my coaching so if I felt like something wasn't worthing for a client, it was automatic overhaul. Eric Cressey addresses the whole issue of if it isn't broke don't fix it in regards to Jake Arrieta. The message is something that can be applied accross all walks of life including, of course, coaching.
Jarrod Dyke, CSCS