Correctives | Dan John 

Safety is part of performance. Over time, putting a weight correctly back on the ground is going to do more for your back health than all of the correctives I can teach you after you haphazardly lower the load and hurt your lower back.1

Charlie Munger famously2 said, “It is remarkable how much long-term advantage people like us have gotten by trying to be consistently not stupid, instead of trying to be very intelligent.”

I’m okay just being a little less-dumb today.

  1. Mobility work (or correctives) has taken over much of the online fitness mindspace, but it feels like a fad to me. 

  2. Famously in the circles I read in, at least. You may have a more well-adjusted mental life. 

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