The neurobiology of the afternoon nap

I found myself lying flat on my back in the middle of shop last weekend.  A robotic bed hummed and gently jiggled underneath me while I watched a presentation on a strategically placed screen...

Neuroplasticity: the battle in your brain

Michelangelo’s ‘Creation of Adam’ may correlate with major sulci of the cerebrum in the inner and outer surface of the brain, the brain stem, the frontal lobe, the basilar artery, the pituitary gland and...

Essential Details for Proper Swing Grip and the Kettlebell Halo

“I learned no detail was too small. It was all about the details.”—Brad Gray As an Instructor, I walk the line between seeing all the details and knowing which details to draw attention to for...

Nordstrom’s Winter Sale Means Up to 40% Off Tons of Styles

Nordstrom has only a couple large sales each year and today marks the beginning of their Winter Sale. Nordstrom is taking up to 40% off a boatload of styles for basically the rest of...

Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 3/2/18

I hope you're having a great week. We brought our daughters to Disney for the first time, so it was a quiet content creation week for me. Luckily, I've got some good stuff from...

When I’m healthy, I get hurt

When I’m healthy, I get hurt. That’s just how it is, and it probably goes all the way back to my childhood. Having a young one at home who is as accident prone as I...

7 principles of neuroscience every coach should know

Kandel’s Principles of Neuroscience Back in the mid 1990s when I was an undergrad, the core text of my neuroscience curriculum was ‘Principles of Neural Science’ by Eric Kandel, James Schwartz and Thomas Jessell. Eric...

Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 3/26/18

Here's a little recommended strength and conditioning reading to kick off your week! My 5 Least Favorite Coaching Cues - As always, here's some great stuff from Mike Robertson. Sadly, I used to make all...

Life Is Hard; Get Drunk on This

At the Göbekli Tepe archaeological site in Turkey, large barrel-shaped stone vessels were found that may have been used to hold copious amounts of beer made from wild grasses. These remnants indicate that the production...

The Beginner’s Guide to Body Types: Ectomorph, Mesomorph, and Endomorph

We are all unique.   Yes, even you. Your mom was right! And you’re here because questions about your body type and genetics: What body type am I? How does it affect my training and diet? I have bad genetics,...

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