I recently hit 1,000 total tweets on my Twitter account, freefitguy. It spurred me to go back and look at how my thoughts have evolved over the past 3 years. Some things my thoughts have shifted on, while others still struck a chord with me. I hope that something in here will strike a similar chord with you and serve as some small inspiration for your day.
Train at the edge of your ability regularly, but at the edge of your capacity rarely. #freefitguyacademy
One of the best program minimum systems out there – @Mark_Sisson‘s 3 rules: move frequently at a slow pace, lift heavy things, & sprint
Spending time in the proper progressions and teaching perception will yield stunning results in the long and short-term.
OVERcoaching is often the result of UNDERpreparing your athlete/client.
Change the movement environment, change the movement behavior.
Top 2 ways we can help prevent ACL injury in female athletes via ortho surgeon – Teach landing mechanics and help them get a “fanny” #TLAG2
You must change your perception to change your reality. While the first is difficult, the second is impossible without it.
New poster I want in my gym: “Fatigue is not the goal. Getting better is the goal.” #lessismore
Performance does not guarantee health. #TrainLikeAGirl2
@JoelJamieson knocked it out of the park with his presentation. “Stress is stress whether perceived or real.” #stressmanagement #TLAG2 Continue reading