Talk To Me Johnnie
The personal blog of John Welbourn, 9-Year NFL starter and CEO of Power Athlete Inc.
Talk To Me Johnnie
Talk To Me Johnnie is the personal blog of John Welbourn, 10-Year NFL Veteran and CEO of Power Athlete inc.
Looking for Guidance
John, I am looking for some guidance for my wife. She just completed Sorinex’s "Squatober" and "Deadcember" via Pen and Paper Strength App. She loved the programming and has been trying to find a program that was similar. Her biggest problem is the only place she can do these kinds [...]
As each New Year approaches, I always get asked if I am planning a year in review post. While that exercise is always valuable for me and the company, not every year deserves its own public recap. In years past the message has been humorous laced with a heavy dose [...]
The expression to be worth one's salt, which means you're competent and deserve what you're earning, has roots in ancient Rome, where soldiers were sometimes paid in salt or given an allowance to purchase...
Herpes on a First Date
Hello John, Just found your presentation on YouTube, very interesting. I am a strength equipment design engineer. I invented the 1st weight stack machine allowing for anytime weight change, without touching the pin or stopping the exercise. I have a few patents and a number of advanced strength machine concepts [...]
Hey, I was wondering if y’all keep records of who has taken the CrossFit Football certification course. If you do, I was wondering if y’all would be able to send me a copy of my certificate. Please let me know if there is anything you need from me. Thank you! [...]
Power Athlete State of the Union
Seeing the shortcomings of the Space Monkey program, we have worked for the past 18 months to create a bigger splash. This tsunami comes in the form of a curriculum to educate coaches and athletes in the Power Athlete Method.
When to Introduce Strength Training to Kids
Good Morning, I have an 11 year old son who plays tackle football, as well as other sports. In looking at all of your training programs, I notice that "Bedrock" seems to imply that high school freshman is the starting point. I am curious if you have a thought/philosophy on [...]