Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump 3/21

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

Improving Productivity by Kevin Carr 

Lets face it, we all wish we were more consistent when it comes to getting things done. We all have our days where we get a ton done followed by days (weeks) where it seems that we don’t get much done at all. Kevin’s post puts a new spin on being productive so give it a read.

Do It Anyway by Matt Siniscalchi

I’m not sure where Matt saw this, but its good stuff. It may take all of 30 seconds to read but is something we all need to be reminded of everyday.

The Myth of In-Season “Maintenance” Training by Ben Bruno

In season training can spark a ton of debate. Strength coaches are so afraid of overtraining that some may not actually give enough stimulus to their athletes while some on the other end of the spectrum and go overboard and throw too much at their athletes in season. Ben has a great take on the situation, a take that for the most part I by.

Strength Training Programs: Are Pull Ups THAT Essential? by Eric Cressey

When Cressey speaks, I listen. Eric is so smart that a lot of what he writes may be way over your head (and mine in some cases) so it might be a little tough to read. Either way, Eric makes you think as he does have many valid points.

Want Health? Listen to This by Martin Rooney

Really interesting post by Martin Rooney. The more that I read from Martin the more I really am starting to love his writing. Take a look at this piece, you’ll love it.

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