Good Reads: 5/5/2012

So it’s the weekend again, and that means it’s time for another edition of Good Reads.

First off, here are a few posts you may have missed during the week.

Bridge Rollouts for the Glutes and Hamstrings

How and When to Modify Exercises

For Your Viewing Pleasure: Take 80

Beyond that, I also did an interview with Mike Robertson. I’ve never done an interview before, so it was pretty cool. I feel very honored to have been asked, and it was a fun experience to be able to share a little but more about myself. You can find the interview here.

I also had a new article go up on T-Nation this week called 7 Shoulder-Friendly Pressing Variations. Bet you can’t guess what it’s about? Seriously though, check it out.
Now for the best of the rest. Enjoy!

15 Powerful Things Happy People Do Differently. This one isn’t directly fitness-related, but I really liked it so I included it.

Becoming a CNP by Mike Boyle

5 Great In-Season Lower Body Strength Exercises That Won’t Make You Sore by Eric Cressey

How Can I Stop My Hammies From Taking Over During Hip Thrusts and Glute Bridges? by Bret Contreras

May Strength and Conditioning Research Questions by Bret Contreras

How to Measure Volume in Strength and Conditioning Programs by Eric Cressey

What’s the Best Muscle Building Workout Split? by Jason Ferruggia

Cuing Good Neck Posture by Mike Robertson

4 Simple Leg Workouts For Growth by John Meadows

11 Ways to Achieve a Healthier Life by Adam Bornstein

The Cardio Prescription by Tyler English

A Personal Trainer Roadmap to Understanding and Navigating Educational Opportunities by Bill Honaker

4 Step Plan for Off-Season Weight Gain by Kevin Neeld

How to Start Intermittent Fasting and Kick Hunger Aside

Geeky Friday by Bojan Kostevski

Best Foot Position for Hip Bridges by Nick Tumminello

The Top 10 Movements to Build Explosive Power For Athletes by Wil Fleming

Social Media in Strength and Conditioning by Donnell Boucher

Glute-licious by Kellie Davis

Strength Coach Podcast Episode 101

Minimum Training for Maximum Results by Nia Shanks

Freaky Forearm Training by John Gaglione

The Renegade Diet vs. Carb Backloading by Sean Hyson

Dropping the A-Bomb on Your Waistline by Mike Roussell

Baby Got Back by John Romaniello

25 Lessons from my 25th Year by Greg Robins

Pimp Your Pull by Greg Robins

A Simple and Effective Gluteus Medius Exercise by Mike Reinold

Carb Backloading Explained by Julia Ladewski

6 Areas in Which I Can Improve Part 2 by Molly Galbraith

Just Because a Doctor Said It by Joseph Lightfoot

The (Not So) Obvious Causes of Low Back Pain by Tony Gentilcore

Passion and Purpose by Neghar Fonooni

Chocolate Protein Thingy by Neghar Fonooni

Deadlift or Squat: What’s the Diff? by Mike Boyle

60 Day Transformation Part 1 by Kevin Larrabee

60 Day Transformation Part 2 by Kevin Larrabee

60 Day Transformation Part 3 by Kevin Larrabee

Hockey Nutrition: Grocery Shopping by Kevin Neeld

The Whole9 Exercise Series from Clifton Harski

Discus Clinic Notes from Dan John

Michael Keck shares his training log

Belting It Out by Mike Baltren

Developing Explosive Strength and Power by Jordan Syatt

Effective Conditioning for Today’s Athletes by Duncan Ogilvie

Coaching Cues: The Science and Application by Sam Leahey

Speed Development by John Hughes

Training to Failure by Matt Siniscalchi

Form is Everything by David Lasnier

Butter is Healthy by Ana Castilla

Who Wants a Hug? by Harold Gibbons

Are You Insane? by Keith Fees

Exercises for Low Back Pain by Steven Rice

The “Discipline” Diet by Justin Wetherby

Wake Up and Smell the Roses by Justin Rabinowitz

That’s all folks.

Have a great weekend!

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