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How to time your own sprint workouts

September 29, 2014


I recently added some sprinting drills back into my workout routine. Because of my sporadic OCD, and all the benefits tracking your workouts has over not, I ran into a common conundrum, “How do I keep track of these workouts?” Because most people are going to be doing sprint work outside, with no one able […]

You can’t have it both ways (some words on the current state of the NFL)

September 24, 2014


When I played college football a teammate of mine had already suffered six or seven concussions. He was a month before turning 18 when I saw him suffer his 7th or 8th. (He couldn’t remember how many he’d had.) We were in the middle of training camp, exhausted, and this guy didn’t feel like taking […]

Emptying out the mailbag and clearing the history #2

September 22, 2014


The first one of these can be found here.  My favorite fitness app so far Some good boots Good comment from a reader on specialization A reminder about doctors and weight-loss Cool story from a client “All this technology is making us antisocial” Some good healthcare articles – Back to TOC My favorite fitness app so […]

What hasn’t changed? (Dealing with information overload)

September 17, 2014


I really don’t like old movies. Any film before say, 1995, and it’s going to be hard to get me to watch it. The special effects are bad, lighting isn’t as good, pixels aren’t as sharp. It’s just bleh. While movies are my “screw old things” arena, we all have something of this nature. Particularly with […]

Miscellaneous notes on raising your arms

September 9, 2014


I received a good comment recently on my post A progression to lifting your arms overhead pain free.   “Hey Brian, I started to incorporate these movements in to my daily routine. I just have some questions pertaining to some of the movements and how it should feel. When I do the backward rocking I find it […]