(#238) What is true strength? What is the unthinkable? I'll give some context in regards to this past week's tragic events. I had 3 choices for this week's episode. I chose the hardest one. Sit down with me for a cup of coffee and just listen to...
(#234) Dr. Mitch Babcock joins the podcast this week for a great conversation about how he combines his background as a strength athlete, physical therapist and strength coach in an innovative approach to maximizing performance and minimizing risk for injury.You could say that his approach is considered a NEW model for today's clinician.
Mitch has a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. He's a coach, athlete and a "teacher of movement." His clinic is FitnessTx and he explains how he successfully operates and excels as a solo practitioner.
Here's what you'll learn about this week:
(#233) Here’s my 6th annual post that I do each year as I reflect back on the best “fitness” books I’ve read during the last 12 months.My criteria for this year's list is as follows:
Once again, this is my 6th annual “best of” list.
As usual, coming up with only 5 books was extremely challenging.
As in previous years, I’ll have a few others that are “honorable mentions” and I’ll explain them below.Here's my video review summarizing all of these great books:
[jbox color="grey" radius ="2"]This is a phenomenal guest post written by Sarah Rippel. This represents is a complete guide to using half-kneeling and tall-kneeling variations for mobility, stability and strength that can be immediately put into practice. This article also features an extensive video library of...