Have you heard this term, woo-woo, before? Wiktionary defines it as: Describing a person readily accepting supernatural, paranormal, occult, or pseudoscientific phenomena, or emotion-based beliefs and explanations. (What does this have to do with strength? Be patient, I’ll get there…) Generally, this term is used derogatorily. It’s used as a put-down by skeptics for anything […]
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Number 9: Be on the Lookout for Mental Blocks and Negative Self-Talk. That negative self-talk is really important. So if you hear, “Oh, I can’t do that!” If you hear yourself say something like that or maybe even just think it, it’s like, “Ah! There’s a belief behind that!” And then you can find out […]
A new article all about conditioning and endurance exercise has been put on Breaking Muscle. Why I Don’t Do “Conditioning” and You Don’t Have to Either It’s too bad that running a marathon is still looked at by many as the epitome of fitness. Even the man who popularized running, Kenneth Cooper, later in his […]
I have to be 100% honest with you. I hurt my low back and I did it with kettlebell juggling, something I proclaim as making you more injury proof. And I still believe this. This podcast is all about injuries and what you do to heal them.