Good Reads For the Week: 5/19/2012
Another week is in the books, and that means another installment of Good Reads.
I’ve got a busy weekend and I’ve got to run so I’ll cut right to the chase.
Here are some posts you may have missed during the week.
Deep Squat Landmines
For Your Viewing Pleasure: Take 82
Next up, I had an article come out on T-Nation on Thursday called 9 Training Strategies For Knee Pain. Check it out.
And now, the best of the rest.
Defining Success by Mike Robertson
The 10 Things Fitness Magazines Won’t Tell You by Adam Bornstein
Behind the Walls of FMS’ Rotary Stability by Charlie Weingroff
How RPGs Shaped My Writing Process by John Romaniello
How to Take Charge of Your Training and Your Life by Jason Ferruggia
The Definition of an Expert by Tim Henriques
Muscle Strengthening Doesn’t Fix Form: Motor Control Training Does by Bret Contreras
Handicapping the Perform Better Summit by Mike Boyle
Interview With Zach Moore
Advanced Rotary Stability Plank Progressions by Mike Reinold
4 Steps to Fix Your Triceps
5 Quick and Easy Ways to Move and Feel Better Part 3 by Eric Cressey and Greg Robins
Training the Rotator Cuff and Scapular Stabilizers Simultaneously by Eric Cressey
Split Stance Low Cable Row by Tony Gentilcore
In the Trenches With Tony Gentilcore
Thing Foam Rolling and Breathing Training Don’t Work? Think Again! by Bret Contreras
A Critical Appraisal of the Foam Rolling Research by Greg Lehman
The Illusion of Invincibility by Kevin Neeld
21 Questions for JB Morin on the Topic of Speed
Which MTE Are You? by Martin Rooney
A Sure-fire Way to Learn the Snatch by Jon-Erik Kawamoto
Get Faster With Resisted Sprinting by Wil Fleming
What’s Wrong with Situps? by Stevo Reed
Basic Speed Development Program by Sarah Walls
Foam Rolling Glutes and Calves by Eirik Forlie
That’s a wrap. Have a great weekend!