Tweets in Review

In order to try and not think about how Liverpool were dismantled by Stoke City today, yes, Stoke, I've put together a few of the best tweets I came across this week.  1. Nick Curson on the Joe Rogan Podcast Joe Rogan had UFC strength and conditioning coach Nick Curson on his podcast recently. Carson's... Continue Reading →

Tweets in Review

This past weekend I was able to take in "Jiro Dreams of Sushi" on Netflix. Its a fascinating story of dedication to his chosen craft and how Jiro has attained his elite status as a 3 star Michelin restaurant. There are 5 qualities that Jiro possesses that are discussed by a restaurant critique during the... Continue Reading →

Tweets in Review

Breathing has made huge waves in strength and conditioning in a relatively short space of time. Trying to trace it back to the pioneers of breathing correctly, I came across an unlikely hero. One Robbie Fowler. Those things on his nose actually had a function. Do they work to make breathing more efficient through the nostrils?... Continue Reading →

Tweets in Review

50 books that transformed my life and my business http://t.co/LJgIrCdPJD pic.twitter.com/a1NnRndFR7 — Dave Asprey (@bulletproofexec) April 17, 2015 This weeks dose of knowledge comes from Eric Cressey on differentiating yourself as a trainer, links to a Cal Dietz podcast, 50 books you need to read from Joel Gascoigne, Mike Reinold on anterior pelvic tilt strategies... Continue Reading →

Tweets in Review

This week "Tweets in Review" highlights tweets (aka knowledge bombs) from Kevin Carr on "keeping the window open", Movement as Medicine on why to "tone down" instead of "cool down", a book from yours truly on soccer scholarships & Colaiste Ide in Dublin, Adam Bornstein on the importance of sleep and weight loss and another... Continue Reading →

Tweets in Review

This weeks "Tweets in Review" include a great piece on program design from Tony Gentilcore, sleep better techniques from the Business Insider and Steve Maxwell on the Joe Rogan Podcast. 1. Tony Gentilcore on Program Design [New Post] The Key to Program Design. Diamonds? - http://t.co/EqVEpyZ2Yb — Tony Gentilcore (@tonygentilcore1) March 25, 2015 2. 9... Continue Reading →

Tweets in Review

1. Mobility seminar I'd like to give out a big thanks to all who participated in my Mobility & Recovery Workshop today at @MissionAE pic.twitter.com/8p1w5lesgA — Matthew Ibrahim (@mobility_101) March 21, 2015 On Saturday March 21st I attended a mobility seminar with Matt Ibrahim at Athletes Evolution in Woburn. Matt is a very knowledgeable guy... Continue Reading →

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