It’s been a pretty busy week, as I’ve gotten a ton completed with regards to Podcasts, newsletters, and completing A&C. So without any further ado, here’s today’s random Friday!
– Several former IFAST interns have started blogs and websites recently, so I wanted to make sure you guys checked them out. TJ’s site has some great blog content, and Nick’s a fantastic up-and-coming coach in the Wisconsin area. Check ’em out!
Nick Rosencutter Ultra Fitness – aka, Nick the Intern
TJ Lensch Blog – aka BJ, CJ, DJ, etc.
Working with motivated, hard-working and passionate young guys like these two make my job incredibly rewarding. Keep up the good work guys!
– As I’ve been rambling about all week, Assess and Correct is extremely close to completion. Bill and I will be performing our final round of edits today and tomorrow, so we’re hoping to get this thing up and running ASAP.
After talking with Eric about this a bit, however, I think we’re going to wait until Monday, October 26th to start selling it. This will allow us to get inventory stocked up, and our distributor ready for the sale.
I know, I know – it’s an extra week. But I think this is the most efficacious way to do it. And trust me, after reviewing the entire project this past week, not only is it going to be well worth the wait, but it’s one helluva a deal at $129, let alone the $99 we’re going to start selling it at.
– This week is a deload from training, and I’m not going to lie – I love it. I like hard, heavy training as much as the next guy, but I also don’t mind a back-off week after 3-4 weeks of heavy training.
Many of you have asked about deloads recently, so I’d highly recommend checking out Eric Cressey’s The Art of the Deload e-manual. It’s a great deal at 10 bucks, and it does a fantastic job outlining not only the methodology behind WHY you should deload, but various ways to do it as well.
– Lastly, I’d like to finish off with an e-mail I got from a customer who purchased the Bulletproof Knees manual. Needless to say, it made my day to receive this!
Thanks so much for writing Bulletproof Knees. After 8 knee surgeries I thought that I’d hit a wall and my knee wouldn’t improve from the state it had been in for several years. Within weeks of reading Bulletproof Knees I was surprised at my progress. I still have a long ways to go, but I am on my way!
Have a great weekend everyone!