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Is it really Wednesday already?

 

 

Wow. This week is flying bye. You know what they say, time flies when you are having fun.

 

 

Time also flies when you are coaching 25 athletes at night, caring for an 18 month old during the day, publishing a new e-Book, and creating videos and blog posts.

 

 

But I love it. And that’s why I do it.

 

 

I am also keeping the Starbucks up the street in business!

 

 

Sometimes when you are feeling tired or run down, you gotta stand up, get fired up, and attack the day.

 

 

Throwing taught me about breaking through barriers.

 

 

Unfortunately, I didn’t have a whole lot of help when it came to strength training and conditioning when I was in high school and college.

 

 

That’s why I am so passionate about helping other athletes reach their goals and why I am so passionate about strength training.

 

 

Following along with yesterday’s post, today I am covering another exercise that appears in the new e-Book, The ULTIMATE Off Season Strength Training Guide for Throwers.

 

 

Today is all about the Recline Row. Ever heard of it? I used to call it a “Fat Guy Pull Up” when I was in college. These are great when bodyweight movements like pull ups give you some trouble. Check out the video to learn more.

 

 

 

 

 

There it is, the Recline Row. These appear in the new e-Book a few times and are a killer on your back, biceps, forearms, grip, and core. Give them a try today and see what I mean.

 

 

Just a few more days until the book goes live on this site. Make sure you sign up for the free newsletter on the right. Enter in your e-mail address in the box. Once the book goes live, you will be the first to find out and get your paws all over it. Simply download it to your computer, laptop, tablet, phone, whatever you have. You can print it out too, if actual paper books are your thing.

 

 

Hope to hear from you real soon.

 

 

Thanks,

 

Coach Matt Ellis

 

 

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