The Internet is a treasure trove of information and content. Here’s a sampling of health and wellness related items that caught my eye this week. Enjoy!
If you’re a parent and find yourself openly complaining to your child about their sports coach, it might be time to step back. If your child loses respect for their coach, they’ll also become less likely to accept coaching or take responsibility for themselves.
As you incorporate new healthy habits into your routine, it might help you to enlist your family’s support. Doing so will help to create accountability and ensure that everyone is pulling in the same direction.
While this excellent letter is directed toward young female athletes, it’s a relatable message appropriate for many.
Looking for a safe, effective deadlift variation? Try Trap Bar Deadlifts:
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The Trap Bar Deadlift is a first-line progression for me when a client is ready to handle heavier loads. Because the weight is aligned with your center of gravity, it's friendlier on the back. It's also easier to learn, so it we can lift greater amounts of weight with excellent technique. Lastly, not everyone is meant to deadlift a conventional bar, so the above points make Trap Bar Deadlifts a great option for general and athletic populations alike. www.vitalifit.com #trapbardeadlift #wednesdayworkout #vitalifit #mensfitness #menshealth #womensfitness #exercisetip #fitnessmotivation #fitnesstips
16 months ago Ryan Shazier couldn’t walk. Now he’s doing box jumps:
16 months ago a tackle left Ryan Shazier unable to walk.— ESPN (@espn) April 7, 2019
He's now doing box jumps 🙏 (via @RyanShazier) pic.twitter.com/S6nKxs2zlu
Here’s an interesting lateral squat variation I’m anxious to try out:
Here’s a great exercise to get you out of the sagittal plane. I don’t have a good name for it, but it’s my favorite exercise to load the frontal plane. Click the link for the two different variations I use. https://t.co/oC232k6AN9 pic.twitter.com/Q61CA5vjZX— Ben Bruno (@benbruno1) April 8, 2019