Good Reads for the Week: 5/25/2103

Posted on by Ben Bruno

I want to share this week’s Good Reads before everyone goes off for the long weekend.

It’s actually been a busy week and I’ve been better about blogging. Here are a few posts you may have missed.

Shoulder-Friendly Core Exercise

My Current Training

Great Injury Resource

I also want to remind you that today is the last day to pick up Dean Somerset’s Post Rehab Essentials 2.0 while it’s still on sale. This is a great injury resource (see above post) so definitely check it out before the prices spikes. Read more HERE.

On the video front, I uploaded five new videos this week, including this one of a 3 position split squat iso hold. Good times 

You can find the other videos on my You Tube page if you’re interested.

Now for the best of the rest. Enjoy!

Training With a Bum Hip by Sean Hyson

Evidence Based Practice in Strength and Conditioning by Jim Kielbaso

It Is Time We Ban the Phrase Healthy Fats by Dr. Mike Roussell

Pelvic Arch Design and Load Carrying Capacity by Dean Somerset

5 Strength Training Techniques for Busting Through Plateaus by Nia Shanks

Shooting Down the Nighttime Carb Myth by Nate Miyaki

3 Tips to Help You Stay Fit While Traveling by John Romaniello

Standing External Rotation to Wall by Eric Cressey

Fake It Til You Make It: It’s Not All It’s Cracked Up to Be by Tony Gentilcore

Ways to Squat and Deadlift Around Injuries by Dan Blewett

Grow Ectomorph, Grow by Kasey Esser

Glute Genetics by Bret Contreras

Do You Need Corrective Exercise? by Dean Somerset

The World’s Best Vegetarian Protein Sources by Chris and Kara Mohr

So Much More by Ross Enamait

My Back Hurts by Todd Bumgardner

Sadistic Strength Methods: Sadiv Sets by Eric Bach

Musings of a Strength Coach by Joe Giandonato

Off Season Hockey Training Programs by Kevin Neeld

The Effect of Reactive Neuromuscular Training on Pitchers by Sam Sturgis

The Painter’s House Is Always the Last One to Be Painted by Tony Gentilcore

That’s all for this week. I hope you enjoyed it.

Let’s connect on Twitter and Facebook. Have a great weekend!

  • Brandon S.

    I love that you post these Ben. Being busy interning under Wil Fleming, working, and training, I rarely have time to sit down and flip through all the sites I have bookmarked, and you do a great job sorting out what’s good and what’s not so good. I really appreciate it! Keep it up!