Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump 2/15

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

6 Tips From 6 Coaches by Ben Bruno 

I thought this was a great read from Ben Bruno. Here Ben gets insight from 5 different strength coaches and adds his own thoughts on certain things that they all have done to improve on their training throughout the last year. Without a doubt you’ll be able to find a couple tidbits to add into your own training program.

Exercises Saved by the Dumpster by Mike Boyle

Interesting take by Mike Boyle on certain exercises that at one point he had thrown in the dumpster but has come back to after re-thinking some things. Again, there are probably some exercises that you have either never seen before or have seen before and don’t understand the rationale behind them (get ups, loaded carries) that you could add into your program to enhance it even more.

Q&A: Be Like Mike…Robertson? by Mike Robertson

This is the type of article that I wished I had read/seen a couple years ago. Anyone looking to get into the strength & conditioning field, and I don’t know why you wouldn’t, its the best job in the world if you ask me, then this is a must read. Good stuff as usual by Mike.

MBSC Adult Movement Prep by Kevin Carr

This is something that most people could learn a lot from reading. This article by Kevin Carr basically gives you the exact rundown of what the staff at Mike Boyle Strength & Conditioning is doing with their adult clients. I can assure you that this is exactly what is done at MBSC whether it is the morning adult groups or the evening adult groups that I have been working with at MBSC.

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