Oh you aren't? Well c'mon get out there and light that shit up!
None of us are promised tomorrow ( I know cliche, but it is the truth) so don't count on it.
Go all in.
Or as Jerry Mitchell might say do it "full out."
In my opinion there just isn't any other way and pisses me off to have to be around other people who don't because each minute of everyday is a gift.
I am reminded of this often. Literally every weekend when I spend 24 hours out of the 48 in the ER.
Death is certain and life is short so make it fucking count.
On that motivating note let's get to this week's list full of awesome content to take your "going all in" game to the next level.
I know these recommendations were given with a fitness professional in mind, but I really think anyone could benefit from this list. I prefer to add books I want to read to my amazon wish list and then knock them out as I come into more money for buying books.
#Science is cool.
It is kind of awesome to see that if you are in to science now a days you aren't just assumed to be nerdy four eyed loser. In fact I think that the argument could be made that there are even pretenders out their who claim to be into science, but couldn't explain the scientific method if we gave it to them on flash cards.
I thought this was a really cool and actionable way to apply the scientific method to your own training. Give it a try.
So I'll just say that my explanation for this one is the same as #1.
The mysticism of foam rolling can be overwhelming.
"You want me to do what with that because it will increase my awesomeness exponentially?"
But no worries Ms. Galbraith gives us all the 411 on how to tackle this self myofascial release stuff.
Nothing better than a short and effective workout. That is exactly what you get from this video produce by Mrs. Fonooni.
Seriously give it a try I think you'll like this style of training.
Happy moving and heavy lifting!
Practical, Purposeful, Effective Training