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3 Things Other People Wrote Volume 11

Another week in the books and here are some gems that stood out!

On training…

Some of my favorite training articles are those that help people ‘smooth out’ the process…this gem from Eric Cressey is literally just that!

On business…

I wanted to share this event that my buddy John Moljo (Owner, LAB Fitness Consultants) is hosting in May. I’ll be speaking on career growth for trainers, but in my experience as this seminar is that the networking and round table experiences are AMAZING! Check it out- definitely worth your time!

On something not related to training OR business…

If you follow me on social media - Instagram @CoachCaseyLee , no shame- then you know I’ve been a fan of the non-alcoholic craft brewery Athletic Brewing in Connecticut. Their founders were on the Barley and Me Podcast (episode 94) talking about the who/what/when/why behind being an NA Brewery. What I enjoyed about this podcast was how two guys looked at a saturated market, saw a void, and jumped in. Definitely some good lessons and of course, talking beer!


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3 Things Other People Wrote Volume 10

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Another week in the books! Below are three things I’ve read over the last week that I really enjoyed and helped spark some critical thinking…

On training…

Tony Gentilcore is on a role with blog posts about programming filler movements with big lifts. This post on the bench press was my favorite (because, bench press…) and it also has links to his squat and deadlift article. Definitely a great article to check out for those looking to expand their program design concepts.

On business…

If you’ve never checked out the ‘Start With Why’ website, you need to. There are a ton of gems that they post each week that can directly be applied to many facets of life. This article on fulfillment versus happiness is awesome. After reading this i have a whole new perspective on what questions to ask my coaching staff in order to find their why and help direct their fulfillment. Great article!

On nothing related to business or training…

Remember the NBA Referee who fixed games and gambled on outcomes? Yeah…wild. ESPN did a great article on the whole situation this week and it was pretty stellar. This will probably be a Netflix documentary in a year, but this article covers a lot of the details and why. Pretty neat…

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