Good Reads For the Week
Another week is now in the books, so that means it’s time for another installment of Good Reads.
Before I get to the list though, I want to remind you to please follow me on Twitter at benbruno1.
Ok, now I’ll get right to it before I waste too much of your time blabbering away. Here are some posts you may have missed during the week.
Learning On a Budget, Revisited
Work the Entire Back Side of the Body With One Move, Part 2
For Your Viewing Pleasure: Take 41
Ok, now here are some awesome new articles on strengthcoach.com. I usually put these at the bottom of the list since a lot of you probably aren’t members and thus can’t access them, but I really want to encourage you to join. If you want to hear my thoughts about why, read this, or else go HERE and sign up.
Planned Randomness: Fred Flintstone Programming by Anthony Donskov
The Best Training and Nutrition Program by Dewey Nielsen
Stuck with 1’s by Charlie Weingroff
Form and Function: Finding the Balance by Jon DeMoss
And now for the rest of the list. It’s a big one, so get comfy, grab a good snack, turn off your phone, and get to it.
Which MTE Are You? by Martin Rooney
Nia Shanks interviews Molly Galbraith
Nia Shanks interviews Molly Galbraith Part 2
Much Ado About Deadlifting by Tony Gentilcore
3 Deadlifting Tips You May Have Never Heard Before by Brendon Rearick
Supine Sagittal Stability and the T-L Junction by Charlie Weingroff
Showing Up Is Half the Battle by Mike Boyle
Great interview with Rachel Guy
Intimidate the Weight by Tony Gentilcore
Training Clients With Obesity Part 6 by Mark Young
How Much Protein Should You Eat Per Day? by Jason Ferruggia
How to Progress and Regress the Hang Clean by Scott Hansen
CAT, Plyo, and Board Presses by Todd Bumgardner and Josh Bryant
John Izzo interviews Tony Gentilcore
New Trends in Hip Thrust Performance by Bret Contreras
Nick Tumminello shares a cool burpee variation
5 Ways to Get the Most From Your Athletes by Kevin Neeld
Coaching the Joint by Joint vs. Talking About It by Sam Leahy
Carpe Diem Day 2011 by Alwyn Cosgrove
Movement Reserve: Enhancing the Physiological Buffer Zone by Patrick Ward
When Mobility Doesn’t Stick by Charlie Weingroff
Coaching Cues For the Kettlebell Deadlift by Zach Moore
Keeping QB’s healthy by Todd Bumgardner
How to Properly Assess Should Internal Rotation by Tony Gentilcore
Mel Siff on Directional Specificity by Bret Contreras
Real Life Tabata Intervals by Mike Boyle
Too Strict Too Soon by Rachel Cosgrove
Cool Interview with Mark Young
Random Thoughts by Sean Hyson
Feels Good Conditioning by Jen Grasso
Jen Grasso shares her training log
Eating Late At Night: Good or Bad? by John Alvino
Improving Range of Motion Without Addressing Range of Motion by David Lasiner
Metabolic Flexibility by Mike T Nelson
Iron Evolution: Phase 5 by Dave Tate
Big Bench Program for Strength and Size by Matt Kroc
“He’s a Big, Strong Kid” by Eric Cressey
Training Kids by David Lasiner
Dean Somerset talks about the warmup
My Top Two Supplements by Nia Shanks
School Lunch Must Haves by Kellie Davis
A Workout When You Just Aren’t Feelin a Workout by Dean Somerset
2 Dynamic Hip Warm Ups: Look For These Compensations by Matt Siniscalchi
The Complete Goal Setting Manual by Bojan Kostevski
Rich Mejias talks about women lifting weights
How Important is VO2 Max? by Harold Gibbons
Is Perfect Posture Possible? by Dean Somerset
Not Quite Ready For the Ball Pushup by John Izzo
Strength Coach Podcast Episode 85. This is awesome.
The Fitcast Episode 218
Interview with John Romaniello
Ok, that’s a wrap for this week. Told you it was a long one. Please pass this along for others to see.
Have a great week!