"Starrett's book ("Supple Leopard") is out next week. If memory serves, he was working on movement screens- and other diagnostic tools- for the book. Not sure what made it and what didn't, but it's out next week."
"Yeah, good luck- They are few and far between in Canada.
Established, well-governed high-school S&C programs in the States are better equipped, trained, and prepared than most University programs in Canada. I know UCalgary's varsity room…"
"Wait.... People actually thought a guy who had serious cancer, then won 7 straight Tours over a bunch of elite cyclists that kept getting convicted of doping was clean?
I guess "in the minority" means "thinking rationally" in…"
"Agree with Thomas- Doping is a standard tool at the pinnacle of cycling. A simple google for riders either implicated/investigated (who testified for immunity/lesser penalties) or who were outright found to be doping reads as a "who's…"
"The only problem with Louie's cert is that it doesn't yet carry the weight of the CSCS or its competitors. Everyone who begins to study for it (as I have) knows its a tough cert that requires you to know your stuff, but unless you- and the…"
Sorry about the assumptions- I saw "student" on your profile and assumed you were a current athlete transitioning into S&C coaching. Between you and Clete, I could have really shortened the rationale for my opinions.…"
I believe for most of our critique, we're on the same page; what you see as an elevation of the traps, I describe as not drawing back the scapula/upper girdle, which I call being "tight" and which occurs after the basic setup…"
"Glenn has always made quality gear; the partnership with MuscleDriver has only strengthened that.
As Scott says, his Elite series is amazing- There are many who argue that his top-end stuff is beginning to creep up on high-end (Eleiko/Werk-San)…"
LOL- I would hope that here, in this place of professionals, people can have a mature internet discussion without devolving into stupidities.
Yes, there's a slight hitch in the front end of the lift (Mallory, you start the hips a…"
"The bar is fine- with high-level athletes who lift often, body-bar distance (within reason) is a matter of style, not form.
Even if you're off, the inch or two won't make a difference. Now, go pick more weight. :-)"