I watch a lot of YouTube. I have “cable” TV, Netflix and Amazon Prime but I only tend to browse through the choices/channels on the weekends and, typically, give up and pick up a book instead. Youtube, however, is addictive. There is a lot of bad content so the trick is having a “nose” for a good content creator and/or finding a particularly good clip. If I find a particularly useful clip, I often share it to Whatsapp (friends and family) or Facebook Messanger (Powerlifting team) groups. The following clips are the most useful clips I’ve found recently on their respective subjects. If the subject of one of these video interests you, I promise you it’ll be worth your time. So, without further ado, here are the clips:
This clips explains, in a very cogent manner, why growth occurs only when you are challenged and how find that “sweet spot” that engenders growth. The title of this video is uber-cheesy, but don’t let that put you off. It’s a very, very useful video for absolutely everyone. I’ve shared it with my kids, friends and as well as with the team I manage at work.
Dr. Axe is an excellent content provider for all things related to nutrition and health. I purchased a slow cooker a few months ago – I wish this video had been around before I made my purchase. As it turns out, I think I made a good purchase but it would have been useful to have been armed with this knowledge. I love my slow cooker, it really makes meal prep for the week a whole lot easier. Dr Axe videos, of which there are 100s, are uniformly excellent. If you find video on a subject of interest, you can’t go wrong.
Juggernaut Training Systems are undeniably one of the best strength training channels on YouTube. They recently put out a series of “5 Pillars for Great Technique” for Bench Press, Squat and Deadlift. This is a really excellent, well produced series for all lifters, from novice to advanced. I’ve shared these videos with a number of “lifting buddies”.
This video was published the day before yesterday by the Barbell Medicine crew. This is probably the best single video on the subject of the Bench Press that I’ve ever seen. So much so that I shared it with my Powerlifting coach – and I’m not in the habit of wasting his time. He dug the video and if the bench press interests you, I guaranty that you will dig it too. As an aside, the Barbell Medicine team recently and very publicly divorced themselves from the Starting Strength organization. Smart move, these guys are going places.