I’m seeing this pattern over and over and I need to talk about it.
I have some people, usually overweight or obese, who have some sort of joint pain. But they need to workout, build fitness, and lose weight.
So we try to give them all of those adaptations at the same time.
And hey, sometimes it actually works.Continue reading
EXCITING NEWS FOR YOU ANATOMY NERDS.
One of the best anatomy books I’ve ever read is a three volume series called “Physiology of the Joints” by author Adalbert Kapandji.
Problem is, they’ve been out of print and hard to find. I managed to grab two of them on Amazon for around $100 each.Continue reading
I just saw a comment on one of my daily YouTube videos that shook me.
It’s not that it was particularly scary or outrageous… it just reminded me so much of me.
How do you get huge while nursing your body? Is it even possible?
How do you treat that nagging shoulder/elbow/hip/back/etc but still have fun in the gym?
How do you sweat and make your muscles burn when you feel indefinitely injured?
This post is probably the most existential topic I’ve ever covered. It addresses the questions I’ve been pondering the most for the last decade.Continue reading
If you’ve followed me for… pretty much any length of time, you know that I tend to prioritize quality movement before most other things. That’s why I’ve been releasing one video a day on various exercises for the last 239 days and counting.
So I care about good technique. It’s not always the answer, but biomechanics is interesting to me.
Some clients, though, come in with blatant disregard for technique. This is commonly the recovering Crossfitter or college athlete. They don’t feel like they’ve done a workout unless they’re lying in a puddle of sweat by the end of it. They might do 2 hour workouts for fun. They’re usually addicted to the burn.Continue reading