Good Reads For the Week: New Year’s Edition 2011
This will be the last Good Reads of 2011. It’s been a great year, and I want to thank all of you that come to this site every day or week and read what I’m writing. You all are the reason I can justify putting as much time as I do (i.e. a lot) into this.
Moving forward into 2012, please let me know if there’s anything special you’d like to see that I’m not doing already. I’m open to suggestions, and I try my best to appease what you’re looking for.
As for the Good Reads, it’s another great list. It’s not as long as normal because a lot of the posts I read this week were variations of “My Top 10 [Fill in the blank] from 2011.” No offense to those types of posts, but I don’t find them particularly interesting, so I left those out.
Here are some of my posts you may have missed during the week.
And here is a new article I had go up on T-Nation.
Now for the best of the rest, New Year’s style.
Mike Reinold’s newsletter. To access this, go to his homepage and sign up in the upper right hand corner (make sure you do the same on this site too!). When you do, you’ll get access to three free reports which are really good. Two of them are about the knee, so I read them last night, and I found them to be excellent. Plus, you can’t beat free.
The 50 most brilliant, obnoxious, or delightfully sociopathic Facebook posts of 2011 (Not fitness-related, but very funny).
Ok, that’s it for 2011. I hope you’ve enjoyed it. Please give any suggestions you have below, and please sign up for my free newsletter in the upper right. I am going to be a few fun things with my subscribers in the coming year (starting with a Twitter Q+A sometime in the next week) so don’t miss out on that.
Happy New Year!