As the Grateful Dead would say, “What a long, strange trip it’s been.”
Obviously, the blogging has been lacking a bit lately.� As many of you know, the last couple of days have been a whirlwind.� I’ll fill everyone in a bit later, but for now, let’s do this “random” thing.
-� I don’t know about you all, but having football back is definitely a huge bonus.� How do we get by for 7-8 months every year without it?� I’m not quite sure myself.
-� I had a new article go up at T-Nation yesterday.� Here’s the link, in case you missed it:
-� Along similar lines, evidently none of us know how to train glutes.
-� One thing that continues to confuse me is this:
How come everyone on the internet seems to “know” how I train people?� Or how Bill trains people, for that matter?� It seems as though lately everyone is an expert on what we do at our gym.
I guess I’m starting to see why Dave Tate gets pissed when people say they train “Westside.”� The only people who train “Westside”, train AT Westside.
What I’m getting at is this – if you only look through the lens of what I write about, and assume that’s how I train people, well, you’d be wrong.� A lot of the “corrective ” stuff is a component of what we do – not everything we do.� If you want to see how Bill, myself or any other coach trains their clients and athletes, you need to see it live, in the flesh.
If you don’t, you’re really just assuming.� And we all know what that does.
-� Eric, Bill and I have been putting a lot of work into our Assess and Correct DVD’s and e-manuals, and I think we’re only a few short weeks away from their release.� I feel like these products are really going to empower the people who purchase them by allowing them to individualize their warm-ups and training.
As you can see, I’m a little too scatterbrained today to produce anything of much worth.� We’ll be back tomorrow with (hopefully) some more coherent content!