119 Fitness Facts

These days a remarkable amount of information can be found right at your fingertips. It can be an overwhelming task deciding where to invest your time and attention. To simplify things, here is a short list of things relating to exercise, recovery and life in general that have experientially and evidentially proven to be helpful. [...]

Advertisements

Nine Training Considerations for Females

One of the more welcome trends around mainstream gym use in recent times has been the closing gap in gender participation rates, and a rising surge of females moving towards strength training to support their aesthetic, athletic, and health endeavours. While on the surface there don’t appear to be many training approach differences, we have [...]

Bookmarked 3: Charlie Weingroff, Danny Camargo and Mike Boyle on the FMS, Developing a High Performance Program, All Things Olympic Lifting and Coaching Kids

Highly recommended viewing from three of the best Coaches in the world. CVASPS Podcast-Episode 67: Charlie Weingroff, A Case For The Functional Movement Screen Never have I heard a more reasoned position for using the Functional Movement Screen. quote: ''There is value in understanding if the joints of the body, can get into the ideal [...]

Bookmarked 2: Frans Bosch and 2016 Debrief

I've spent the better part of the year revisiting the work of Frans Bosch, biomechanics and motor control, as well as more personal and professional development books within the realms of Simon Sinek and Daniel Pink. It is my aim for 2017 to revisit the simpler concepts, or rather the fundamentals within the scope of [...]

Bookmarked

Gathered here are some of the better reads that I've come across recently, bookmarked in one convenient location to refer to later. I hope readers will also find something interesting and of benefit as well. Enjoy. ''As complexity raises, meaningful statements lose precision and precise statements lose meaning.'' Lofti Zadeh 10 Leaders Share The Habits [...]