Here are a few good reads to get you through another work week:
Defining Success by Mike Robertson
I highly, highly recommend reading this. I like most of the stuff that Mike writes but this takes the cake – did I mention I high recommend reading this?
Back to the Basics A Challenge from Myself by Molly Galbraith
Anyone who has been lifting for a while or been programming for others for a while would be well suited to take a read. I always say that I overthink things when it comes to programming and it has recently led me to take a step back and keep things simple – just like Molly.
5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Write Your Own Program by Tony Gentilecore
This article really in a way piggy-backs off of the previous article by Molly. One of the best things you can do is have someone else assess you and figure out what it is that you need and then write a program for you. Chances are if you write your own program you’ll continute to focus on your strengths and continue to overlook all your weak points.
21 Questions for JB Morin on the Topic of Speed by Bret Contreras
Anything and everything you need to know about speed – some real good info if!
Training the Rotator Cuff and Scapular Stabilizers Simultaneously by Eric Cressey
A little bit of love for the nerds like myself out there. If you work with pitchers or a baseball population in general this is a must read, just like everything else Eric puts out.