…I won’t say any more because I know you don’t want excuses…you want updates.
I will try to do a proper update on the weekend…I know this sounds like yet another of my clever marketing ploys to ‘pimp’ my non existent products and to ‘promote’ my non existent books…by telling you all not to bother checking out the blog again till Monday because I don’t think I’ll have time to do anything till Sunday afternoon. I’m trying to see if driving traffic off my blog will increase the massive income I derive from it.
So read this then promise me you won’t come back till Monday…I’ll feel guilty otherwise.
So anyway had a flying visit from one of the professional athletes that I apparently don’t work with today. I might blog more about some of these guys in the future because I think some people might find it interesting. Managing tennis & golf professionals in particular has a lot of interesting challenges as far as strength and conditioning is concerned. Just off the top of my head some of these issues are as follows.
1. A number of the pro athletes I work with are on the road travelling and competing usually 9-11 months of the year especially in tennis and golf.
2. I only get to work with them in bursts of days or at most 2 or 3 weeks at any one time.
3. The facilities are so variable depending on where and when tournaments are on so everything has to be modified or developed on the fly as far as their training programs are concerned.
4. The other difficulty is that the schedule gets thrown out constantly depending upon whether they make the 1st Round or the Final or whether they make the cut.
Like I said I’ll blog about all these things later when I have more time….but for now…take a look at this and tell me whether this is the same better or worse?
I thought I would sneakily come back and start editing and adding to old posts that I didn’t have time to comment on completely at the time I posted them.
We can start from the head down.
1. If you look at both videos you can see the amount of ‘chin poke’ in the first. That has pretty much been eradicated in the second.
2. Look at the difference in the starting position alone in the left shoulder let alone the better control he has over it.
Better symmetry and better control = Good.