Plus, get a copy of Tony’s Pick Things Up, a quick-tip guide to everything deadlift-related. See his butt? Yeah. It’s good. You should probably listen to him if you have any hope of getting a butt that good.I don’t share email information. Ever. Because I’m not a jerk.
What a bonkers weekend. I had the amazing opportunity of being invited down to NYC this past weekend to speak at the first Motivation & Movement Lab hosted by Mark Fisher Fitness. The picture above was a group photo I happened to snake myself into during their POP (Pants Optional Party) on Saturday night. A… Read moreRead this post
No offense to my future wife (t-minus 37 days until the big day), one of the greatest days of my life was the day I got my first Atari 2600 My game of choice: Defender. The premise was/is simple: your planet is under invasion by waves of aliens and it’s your mission to “defend” it,… Read moreRead this post
It’s hard to imagine a more versatile and “user friendly” exercise than the Goblet squat. I think we should collectively pass it into law that anytime anyone in the fitness industry crosses paths with Dan John, he or she is obligated to give him a high-five for popularizing it. Or buy him a steak. His… Read moreRead this post
Today’s guest post comes courtesy of DC-based Equinox trainer, Kevin Mullins. Kevin attended mine and Dean Somerset’s DC Workshop last Fall, and I found him to be a pretty switched on guy. Plus, it’s obvious he as impeccable taste in the blogs he reads and the workshops he attends. Enjoy! There is a lot of… Read moreRead this post
Tony Gentilcore is one of the co-founders of Cressey Sports Performance, which really should have been called "Cressilcore Sports Performance" because that sounds like an awesome castle where a wizard lives (and plays sports).
When he’s not picking things up and putting them down, he trains top-level athletes, contributes to the top fitness magazines and websites around, and sets up a camera in his garage to record his lightsaber skills.
He lives in Boston. With Lisa.