Well, here it is, the first installment of a regular Friday post that I’m calling “Freestyle Friday”.

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Basically, on Fridays, I’m going to mix things up a bit from the normal Smarter Strength & Conditioning concepts in favor of something a little more fun and entertaining. Don’t get me wrong, I love the Strength & Conditioning stuff. But, there is nothing wrong with talking about other things of interest like good music, movies, articles and anything else I’ve come across that week. I mean, there is much more to life than just training!

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So, lets kick things off with a music recommendation. If you are like me, you are always looking for cool new tunes to listen to while training.

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Music on Performance U Playlist

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Band – Flaw

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Style of Music of Flaw – Hard Rock

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Recommended songs from Flaw  – My letter, Best I Am, Not Enough, Recognize, All the Worst, Final Cry, Paycheck.

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Here is a music video for one of my favorite Flaw songs – “My Letter”. The video is a bootleg but you can still listen the song just fine! Enjoy!

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Iraqi’s Suck At Jumping Jacks

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These videos made me laugh. It seems the average Iraqi man is not naturally blessed with much body awareness or coordination.

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It also seems that these Iraqi’s could use a few of my Warm Up Progressions DVDs. Check this video out!
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6 Things Your Body Does Every Day That Science Can’t Explain

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I like to consider myself a student of human body. I’ve love anything and everything that teaches my about the human body.

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I recently came across this very cool article on Cracked.com called “6 Things Your Body Does Every Day That Science Can’t Explain”.

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Articles on Cracked.com are always smart, concise, light hearted and just plain funny. It always nice to learn and get a few laughs while doing so. You can check out the article here.

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Now its your turn! – Post below and tell me (and all the readers) about your favorite songs to workout too, cool Youtube videos, Interesting articles you have come across and anything else you think we’d like!

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