Miguel Aragoncillo is a strength coach at Cressey Sports Performance in Massachusetts. He currently works with a mix of athletes and people in general. Miguel provides a detailed look into the differences between training for health versus performance as well as what musical era he would like to travel back in time to. Other topics... Continue Reading →
How to improve the current healthcare model, overcoming a life threatening illness and managing the four pillars of health are among the topics Jon discusses with Brendon Rearick on this episode. Brendon is a San Francisco based strength coach who owns Movement as Medicine with Kevin Carr. He is also part of Certified Functional Strength... Continue Reading →
This weeks episode is really awesome. Strength coach Brendon Rearick from Movement as Medicine took the time to tell me how his life philosophy has changed since being diagnosed with Aplastic Anemia a year ago. Brendon Rearick is a guy who impacted my coaching career tremendously along with Kevin Carr from Mike Boyle... Continue Reading →
An article from Mens Health by Paige Fowler that highlights foods that cause inflammation. 5 Foods That Lead to Inflammation
With the January transfer window upcoming for the English Premier League, many players will undergo a medical to prove they are in good condition physically. What exactly does a player go through in attempting to pass the medical? Four Four Two magazine recently ran an article as to what exactly the typical medical is... Continue Reading →
Jim Wendler wrote about how to gain overall strength. Three basic movement staples include pushing, pulling and carrying. Here is Jims article in full.
Think that a wheat heavy diet is safe? You may be forced to think again. According to Gary Drevitch on forbes.com, grain and GMO produced grains are increasing Alzheimer's and Dementia rates across the world. It’s tempting to call David Perlmutter’s dietary advice radical. The neurologist and president of the Perlmutter Health Center in Naples, Fla., believes all... Continue Reading →
Too much workplace stress can put you in danger of losing touch with the people and values that are most important to you. Professor Joel Peterson shares five guidelines for finding connection and meaning amidst wearisome daily routines. This informative article outlines how to keep work stress in check and also how to keep the... Continue Reading →