Do you have a workout schedule or do you just go when you feel like it?
I feel like that question is rhetorical, but for clarity:
Failing to plan your healthy habits ensures you will not hit your goals.
Nobody has the willpower and free schedule for “I’ll just do it when I have time”. The most successful people block off the time to workout, prepare food, and get ready for bed at a reasonable time. And that time is sacrosanct.
Humans are complex, and movement can be complicated. Why does your client always bend over when they do squats? Why do they do that weird thing with their back on some days? How can they understand it more simply?
Fixing movement is simple: make the wrong stuff look right.
Okay, smart guy, but how do I know what is wrong?
THAT’S the hard part.
Chair Dip Debauchery
So I asked people to like the Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training page in exchange for 5 office chair dips per like. It was much more difficult than expected.
#VIDSORITDIDNTHAPPEN can be found below.
Part I- http://youtu.be/LiLw9AP2Q0M
Part II- http://youtu.be/-l2_LcClTGE
Zac Cupples at the Hruska Clinic, Part 2
Very excited to read Zac’s chronicles at the Hruska Clinic. THE PUBLIC WANTS MORE.
Variability and Having Options
One of our interns Brandon Brown wrote a post about system variability. Very worth the short read, especially for the comparison between different athletes’ needs.
Don’t Let Your Squat Suck
Lastly, I published this monster earlier in the week. This is my most shared post to date, and it’s only been up since Tuesday! If you haven’t read it, be sure to check it out.
Oh, and my state finally said gays can get married.
That’s it for now! Bob Ross and I wish everybody a happy weekend! Don’t forget to wash your brush.