Good Reads

I woke up this morning with a fever and a body that felt like it had been through a bar fight.  Although I’m feeling quite a bit better now, I have very little creative energy, so I’m letting other people do the talking for me today.  Here are some good reads that are definitely worth your time:

The Hero Handbook, by Nate Green.  This is actually a PDF you will need to download, but it is definitely worth it.  Nate has put together an extensive list of attributes that make people stand out from the Average Joe, as well as how you can apply them to your life.  It’s pretty long, but can be easily read in a couple sittings.

Are You Really Healthy? by Tony Gentilcore.  Tony discusses how simply taking care of yourself (i.e. eating well and getting some sleep) can keep you from getting sick as well as help you get over sickness much quicker.

Blocked 90-90 Split Squats, by Mike Robertson. Mike discusses a modification of the split squat.  It’s a great movement and I’ve been incorporating it into some of my clients programs.

Have a good weekend!


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