Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump 1/11

Here’s a few good reads from the last week to keep you busy while trying to get through another productive day at work:

4 Reasons Everyone Should Squat with Chains by Mike Robertson

Love this one by Mike Robertson. I personally play around with chains and bands every now and again but this year I plan on really having some fun with them in hopes of really getting some of my numbers up.

The Power of A Push Up by Martin Rooney

I’ve become a big fan of push ups lately. For starters, most people can’t do a push up correctly even though they think they can bang out 30 of them in a row. Secondly, you can get creative and load them in so many different ways to continually make them more and more challenging. That being said, this article really has nothing to do with the push up and its progressions, but it’s still a great read.

Five Tips for 2012 Fitness Success by Alwyn Cosgrove

Some straight forward tips to making your 2012 better from a fitness perspective.

My Personal Journey to Hell and Back by Jason Ferruggia

Great read from Jason Ferruggia. Jason went from being on top of his game as one of the best strength coaches around to losing his facility and then becoming one of the best strength coaches in a short time. Real good stuff.

4 Things You Can Do Today to be More Awesome by Tony Gentilecore

Some cool little tidbits that we can all do to make our workouts better and a little more fun, as well as some stretching that we should all be doing daily to move a little better.

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