This is a question that has been debated back and forth for ages and goes hand in hand with the question as to whether or not golf is a sport – which again, of course it is!
The difficulty of the past month has made me realize how crucial the coach and client fit is. On your own it’s very easy to not do the hard things and make all the excuses to justify why. There are days I don’t bother to show up for myself, but I would never dream of standing Max up in the gym.
I laughed a lot this week. It reminded me there is no room for self criticism when you’re making progress. It would’ve been easy to focus on what I used to be able to do, or how strong I used to be, but it would have only sucked away my motivation and taken any fun out of the process.
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As the 2019 baseball season is quickly approaching, I want to discuss why we see such high injuries early in the season with baseball players. Every year we hear about this injury epidemic plaguing baseball spring training…
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The hockey season is a gruelling schedule (early morning practices, road games, playing keep up with school, nagging injuries, etc.). On top of all of that, you add in a non-natural movement pattern like skating, and essentially wearing a foot cast…
For starters, I think it’s important to establish how crucial in-season training is. In-season training has certainly gained favor over the last decade or so, but there are still thought leaders’/organization heads with an old-school mentality that don’t emphasize it nearly enough.