Tomorrow is Turkey Day and a lot needs to be done between now and my Thanksgiving dinner:
1.) Finish writing winter programs.
2.) Organize my closet with sweaters and yoga pants.
3.) Nurse a hangover after Thanksgiving Eve.
‘Tis the season to eat, drink, and be merry, no doubt.
Here are this week’s readings:
How Important is Muscular Symmetry for Strength Sports? – Stronger by Science
It’s okay to be asymmetrical. In fact, it’s normal.
This is a great breakdown explaining the asymmetries of the human body and how we’e still capable of feats of strength.
Can People *Really* Change? Here’s What It Takes – Jill Coleman
Earlier this week, I said in a post that it’s pessimistic when people say, “some people just can’t change.”
Jill Coleman also agrees. This is a great read on personal development and how people are capable of growth even after the worst failures.
The Hardstyle Kettlebell Challenge: A Fundamental Guide to Training for Strength and Power – Dan John and Mark Fisher
I love kettlebells, but my coaching of them is a little rusty. This is an excellent read for anyone looking to improve their programming and instruction. Very, very thorough.
Video Game Cheat Codes and Winning the Game of Fitness – Dean Somerset
Anyone who can get away with comparing video game cheat codes to fitness is a boss in my book. Excellent article by Dean talking about how we can “unlock” our abilities with corrective exercises to perform certain movements.