After last week got away from me talking about the neural factors in strength performance, I hope to keep it a little bit more brief today. And what I want to talk about is how I specifically worked to rehab an injury in one of my few trainees.
The long and the short of it is that during a workout, they got all twisted up during a ball game and their limp on the left side indicated that something was injured. … Read More
Ok, I can’t think of any good topic to ramble on about today and I haven’t talked about dogs for a while so here we go. One of my site readers, sent me the following and I wanted to make folks aware of it. Take it away, Shaun.
I know that holidays of this sort are common for folks in overcast England (assuredly the sun exposure helps to raise Vitamin D and make people healthier) and if you’re going to travel you might as well get a double benefit and go have some time with some dogs.… Read More
Ok, time to finish up. In Volunteering at the Austin Humane Shelter: Part 9, I talked more specifically about what I was doing (or not) during the craziness of last year, primarily focusing on the role NORMAN was playing at home (short version: driving me crazy) as well as being selected to move up to Yellow level. … Read More
So having talked fairly generally about what was going on at the Austin Humane Shelter during 2012 (with some comments about my involvement) in Volunteering at the Austin Humane Shelter Part 6, Part 7 and Part 8, I want to switch gears into self-indulgent prattling mode and talk about how it was (or wasn’t) affecting me personally.… Read More
So in Volunteering at the Austin Humane Shelter: Part 6 and Volunteering at the Austin Humane Shelter Part: 7, I described the insanity that made up merely the first half (or so) of 2011 there. That included the Bastrop Hoarding Experience along with a very special dog that had to be put down, along with the loss of our air conditioning in the middle of a brutal Austin summer.… Read More