…or can you?
Cookies has really taken my ‘safety first’ message to heart…I couldn’t count on two hands the number of times I’ve been in the gym and seen the plates come off one side of a leg press and for the whole thing to topple over and crush an athlete using it. I’m actually thinking of getting a seatbelt attached to the leg press just so he doesn’t fall out of it and hurt himself.
On the issue of safety…I’m not sure but from the looks of the tread on Choppo’s back he might of been run over by a bus…and if he wasn’t…I bet after this mornings session he feels like he was.
Jonathan was asking…well he didn’t exactly ask…he basically said I was either ignorant, stupid or too lazy to answer his question about lower mobility and stability work. He was basically referring to the fact that I was rambling on no doubt about the importance of joint control and stability in the expression of strength and I was obviously giving upper body examples in relation to benching and chinning/pull ups and he wanted to know what I do with regard to the lower body…as in with regard to squatting and deadlifting obviously…well this is one of the things.
Thunderbirds are go…and if I was training them they wouldn’t be getting around like they do in the show.
You know how at school you had ‘show and tell’? Well this blog is like that…only I’m only doing the ‘show’ bit…if you want the ‘tell’ bit then you need to ask questions like Jonathan, the Ian’s, Mimo, Anonymous and Joel.