Yesterdays post linked to a hearts-flowers-unicorns post about how everyone can do CrossFit -- today, some visual evidence that sometime's we're just not nice to our bodies. Or at least the jump ropes aren't nice.
And since we're talking torture:
50 Shades of Gray (Cook)
Gray Cook is a physical therapist and strength and conditioning coach and was one of the early voices in the functional training movement.
a sampling of a few of my favorites...
3. First move well, then move often
19. Your brain is too smart to allow you to have full horsepower in a bad body position, it’s called muscle inhibition
20. 75% of world spends at least 30 seconds per day in that position (sic-deep squat going number 2). Why shouldn’t you?
21. When challenged the brain will always choose quantity of movement over quality of movement