“Honestly, seriously, you don’t know what to do about food? Here is an idea: Eat like an adult. Stop eating fast food, stop eating kid’s cereal, knock it off with all the sweets and comfort foods whenever your favorite show is not on when you want it on, ease up on the snacking and—don’t act like you don’t know this—eat vegetables and fruits more. Really, how difficult is this? Stop with the whining. Stop with the excuses. Act like an adult and stop eating like a television commercial. Grow up.”

Dan John – Mass Made Simple

Specificity: A Refresher

A look inside what specificity truly is, using Dr. Mel SIff’s writings from Supertraining

3 Keys to Exercise Selection For Sport Performance – Chad Wesley Smith, JTS

Can the athlete execute sound technique in the movement?

Can the athlete produce a significant output in the movement?

Does this exercise fit into the primary goal of the athlete’s training program?

30 BOOKS THAT WILL MAKE YOU A BETTER COACH

I’m at 4 out of the 30 recommended (Mastery, 48 Laws of Power, How to Win Friends and Influence People, & Man’s Search for Meaning).

How many are you at?

Don’t Believe Your Own Bullshit

“When you want to achieve big things, you need someone else besides your ego to keep you in check and on track to accomplishing your goals.

So here’s the question you need to ask yourself: How aware of your ego are you really?”

How the Best Strength Coaches Deal with Scheduling Conflicts and the Coaching Staff

“In any case, I learned that if you and the head coach disagree on anything, you must listen to the head coach. It is their job, and their record that is on the line every season. That is not to say you can still implement some of your own ideas, and tweak the original program slightly, to make it your own. As long as their is a reason to do so, and the athletes benefit from their training sessions, then you are accomplishing your job.”

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