Tag Archives: Asylum

Asylum, Inspiration, & Adrian Peterson
May 3, 2013 posted by

Asylum, Inspiration, & Adrian Peterson

Here’s a Friday Psyche for the ages, and I don’t even watch football. It’s a (short) story of one of the best players in NFL, Adrian Peterson, and his comeback…

April 20, 2011 posted by

Game Day

One of my favorite activities is something my friends and I call sports days, where we try and fit as many activities as possible into a given day. They are…

April 19, 2011 posted by

Speed & Agility & Sandbagging

I was saving my review of Speed & Agility until late because I had something funny to write but, alas, we’ve editing a very entertaining sandbag out of the final…

April 12, 2011 posted by

It’s Not Whether You Win Or Lose…

In some sports overtime is referred to as sudden death, which is pretty much what happened to me on Sat. I’d done a hard brick workout (running and biking); that…

April 9, 2011 posted by

Sweet Relief

My latest hard block of Hell Month was five straight days of double workouts, which had my legs screaming so loudly that I found myself texting a middle of the…

April 7, 2011 posted by

Asylum Strength

I love this workout. It’s a very boring thing to say but I can’t think of anything funny, sarcastic, or even clever to crack wise about. It’s one of those…

March 31, 2011 posted by

Back To Core In The Asylum

Back to Core is one of the more interesting core routines I’ve done, and unlike any other core routine in that its focus isn’t on your abdominal region. Right now…