Stuff You Should Read

Filed under: General Health, Nutrition, Training

Here is a list of recommended health and fitness information from around the interwebz:

Squat – by Mike Robertson. This is 8500 words covering everything you could ever imagine on what is undoubtedly one of the most effective exercises known to man. Anything you ever wanted to learn about squatting, any questions you have ever had, Mike has it all covered! This is a can’t miss post!

What an Elbow Alone Can Tell You About Strength and Conditioning Program Design – by Eric Cressey. Eric is really smart. I mean really smart. He showcases it here, but he does so in a manner that easily understood. If you want to learn more about the why’s and how’s of programming based on proper assessment, this is a good read.

Humans on a Cafeteria Diet - by Stephan Guyenet. Stephan is one of my favorite writers, and always provides topnotch work. This piece is no exception. Stephan presents some very interesting research on how industrially processed food causes spontaneous overfeeding.

Don’t forget that Mike Robertson’s Complete Core Fitness is on sale through midnight tonight. It comprises seven webinars that covers functional anatomy, Mike’s assessment process, and the four phases of core progressions that he uses with clients. I’d strongly recommend you check out Complete Core Fitness.

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Posted on October 7th, 2011 by Brian St. Pierre

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