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THE WEEKLY BRIEF UPDATE
1. #Achillesgate2020 Update
Nothing too too new to brag about this week other than I WAS CLEARED TO DRIVE MOTHERFUCKAS.
Up until this past Tuesday I hadn’t been behind the wheel of a car since May 23rd. My wife has been carting me everywhere.
- Babe, I need to go to work!
- Babe, I need to meet my realtor to check out a new potential gym space!
- Babe, I need eggs.
- Babe, why are you walking toward me with a knife. Babe, BABE, noooooooooooo.
On top of that I’m pretty sure Lyft is still operating in Boston because of me.
So it was a nice reprieve and welcome change of pace to be able to drive this week.
2. You can now purchase CORE @ Home for whatever it is you want to pay.
During quarantine I started a platform where I’d deliver 20-40 minute workouts that could be performed in everyone’s living room using minimal equipment.
In all I curated 36 workouts using nothing but bodyweight, bands, and kettlebells and/or dumbbells. With many people still reticent to head back to their regular gyms (not to mention the scarcity of gym equipment out there to purchase) I figured this would be a nice opportunity to help.
Whether you want to spend $1 or $100, the workouts are ready and available to start.
For more information go HERE.
SOCIAL MEDIA SHENANIGANS
STUFF TO READ WHILE YOU’RE PRETENDING TO WORK
Full Disclosure: Pete’s a good friend and former business partner of mine. His Niched podcast is excellent either way you slice it.
Sahil is also a good friend (and one of the first athletes I trained at Cressey Sports Performance). He’s now doing some pretty cool things in the world of finance, telling stories, and making it more palatable for us minions.
He’s been CRUSHING Twitter of late with his “Allegory of Finance” series. So much so that Sahil picked up a follow from Tim Cook. He’s now one of 69 people the CEO of Apple follows.
However, I’M only one of 48 people Sahil follows…;o)
I’ve always stated that if one improves his or her’s ability to perform a GOOD push-up, pretty much every other lift will benefit from it as well.
Unfortunately, as much as push-ups are slept on because they’re deemed “too easy” or not worth our time, many, MANY people cannot perform them well.
This article will help.
Loved this short and to the point blog post from Mike.
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