Seek the Path of Most Resistance

Hey friends, in the next 6 minutes I want to talk to you about movement efficiency and one of the conversations I’ve been having most frequently as a coach at MFF. Today’s chat was inspired by a series of tweets from strength coach Miguel Argoncillo who shared a passage from Thomas Michaud’s book, “Human Locomotion”. …

Start Exercising, Then Start Training

Hey friends, welcome back to another episode of HGTV.  In the next 5-minutes, I’m going to talk to you about my love/hate relationship with the phrase on this shirt, that reads, “Stop exercising, start training.” I got this shirt at the 2017 Perform Better Functional Training Summit, and as you can see it’s got Perform …

Why I Don’t Like Kettlebell Flows

Hey friends, in the next 4-6 minute read I want to share my thoughts with you about kettlebell flows, and why I don't like them. If you're not sure what a kettlebell flow is, I'll save you the Google search: It's a combination of exercises, with either one or two kettlebells, where you perform one …

Recap of the 2019 Perform Better Functional Training Summit

Hello, and welcome to my annual review of the 2019 Perform Better Functional Training Summit! Or as I like to call the event, Fitness Christmas! The Functional Training Summit is one of the best educational events that health and fitness professionals can possibly attend, and in my review I do my best to capture the …

Recap of the 2016 Perform Better Functional Training Summit

It's that time again, folks.  If you're in a hurry, head over to Twitter and check out the hashtag #PBFTS.  Over the course of the weekend, I tweeted a bajillion times. Twitter is my preferred note taking system for fitness events, since my goal as a coach is to share information, not horde it. How useful …