Good Reads: 5/12/2012

It’s the weekend again already, and that means another installment of Good Reads.

Here are some posts you may have missed during the week.

Two Advanced Glute/Hamstring Exercises

Training Update

For Your Viewing Pleasure: Take 81

Good Reads (from last week, in case you missed it then)

And here are the best of the rest. Enjoy!

The Sacroiliac Joint Takes a Beating by Bret Contreras

5 Quick and Easy Ways to Look and Feel Better by Eric Cressey

5 Things We Can Learn from Arnold by Bret Contreras and Brad Schoenfeld

Breathing, Anterior Pelvic Tilt, and Voodoo Witchcraft by Jim Laird

Jim Wendler Q+A

Interview with Neghar Fonooni

Interview with Bret Contreras

The Influence of Anterior Pelvic Tilt on Hip Flexion Mobility by Mike Reinold

Quadrant III and the Baby by Dan John

5 Little Things That Make a Big Difference by Martin Rooney

It’s My Fault, Too by Tony Gentilcore

It’s My Fault, Too, Continued by Tony Gentilcore

10 Things Personal Trainers Need to Know About Kettlebells by Neghar Fonooni

Hotel Room Training by Devan McConnell

How to Build a Better Diet by Adam Bornstein

Are You Sabotaging Your Gains With the Wrong Rep Range? by Jason Ferruggia

Hard Ab Training by Jim Kielbaso

The Genius Is Not in the Program by Harry Selkow

Preventing Hamstring Injury by Mike Boyle

When to Throw in the Towel by Michael Keck

115 Ways to Increase Pitching Velocity by Eric Cressey

Interview with Bill Sonnemaker

3 Day Mentorship with Bill Sonnemaker

5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Write Your Own Program by Conor Nordengren

Passion and Purpose by Neghar Fonooni

Carb Backloading Interview with Kiefer and Sean Hyson

Squat Better: 3 Things to Think About by Greg Robins

Two Ways to Overdeliver in a Group Exercise Setting by Greg Robins

One Squat to Rule Them All by Ben Coker

Training Variations for Mass Gain by Dean Somerset

Two Tools for Healthier Elbows and Shoulders by Nia Shanks

Sausage Jalapeno Bites by Neghar Fonooni

HRV: A Tool For Measuring the Training Process by Andrew Flatt

Two Lifts You Could Be Doing Right Now to Help Your Olympic Lifts by Wil Fleming

Dan John and Your Butt by Mike Baltren

Is Less Really More? by Clifton Harski

Back to Basics: A Challenge to Myself by Molly Galbraith

The New Old-School Circuit Training by John Paul Catanzaro

Why the Bench Press is the Best Exercise by Tim Henriques

Protein Pudding 101 by Anthony Mychal

Step Ups and RDLs Using the 747 Method by Nick Tumminello

Let There Be Pain by John Naylor

Throw Out the Rep Ranges by David Adamson

Shoe Review from Tyler English

3 Keys For Optimal Skating Technique by Kevin Neeld

A Doctor’s Response to a Response From a Doctor by Bojan Kostevski

Geeky Friday by Bojan Kostevski

The Most Important Stat for Strength Coaches by Justin Wetherby

But How Much? by Harold Gibbons

Lower Body Alternatives for Low Back Pain by David Lasnier

Where Has the Common Sense Gone? by Matt Siniscalchi

Have a great weekend!