Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump 4/24

Here are a few good reads to get you through another long work week;


5/3/1 and Rest Pause: A Six Week Challenge by Jim Wendler

2 Big Mistakes by Tony Gentilcore

25 Mistakes 25 Years by Michael Boyle

Self Limiting Exercise by Alwyn Cosgrove

Managing the Training Process: Practicle Considerations for Coaches by Joe Giandonato

Sagittal Plane Still Matters by Mike Robertson

Fixing Your Squat by Dean Somerset

Why Not You? by Coach G

Fascinating Facts About Sleep by TC

Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump 4/17

Here are a few good reads to get you through another long work week;

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4 Things I’ve Stolen From CrossFit by Dan Trink

Conditioning: You’re Doing It Wrong by Molly Galbraith

5 Mistakes I Made as a Trainer and Coach That You Should Avoid by Tony Gentilcore

Too Jacked to Olympic Lift by Wil Fleming

3 S’s for Stronger Knee’s by Mike Robertson

Not Your Average Core BS Training: The Sequel by Ben Bruno

How Do You Tell Who Is the Expert by Dean Somerset

Please Read This by Michael Boyle

Ron McKeefery Interview Donnell Boucher

Strength Coach Podcast 121

Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump 4/10

Here are some good reads to get you through another long work week;


In-Season Training Lessons by Joe Amberlock

By the Coach for the Coach: Ladies Take Over by Todd Hamer

So You Want to be a Fitness Professional by Tony Gentilcore

Sexy Shoulder Function by Mike Robertson

1 Arm Bottoms Up Kettlebell Turkish Get Up by Eric Cressey

Spinal Loading Error, You Can’t Un-Bend-Bent by MobilityWOD

Strength Coach Podcast 120

My Top Five Single Leg Movements

Anyone that knows me or reads my blog knows I am a huge fan of single leg training. I am willing to go as far as saying that I think single leg training should make up the majority of an athletes training program as well as most healthy gym goers. I have personally moved the focus of my training more towards single leg movements and will never go back, I love it and feel better than ever before.

I could also give you numerous reasons as to why I love single leg training so much, but my number one reason is injury prevention. Knee injuries are far to common in athletics and a training program focused around single leg movements are a great step in trying to reduce the possibility of knee injuries, in my opinion. And lets face it, life and sport is single leg based, not much happens in either one of these situation on two legs.

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With all that being said, I thought it would be a good idea to share with you my top five single leg movements. I feel that when progressed and regressed correctly, anyone can benefit from these movements.

In no particular order, here are my top five single leg movements:

Slide Board Leg Curl

Slide Board Lunge

Single Leg RDL

Single Leg Squat

Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat (RFESS)

Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump 4/3

Here are a few good reads to get you through another long work week;


6 Things I Learned From WWE Superstar Triple H by Jim Smith

Coaching Character: Life Beyond Strength Training by Anthony Donskov

Long Live Static Stretching by Ben Bruno

Top 5 Hamstring Stretches by Mike Robertson

Soccer Injury Prevention: Quad Strains by Matt Siniscalchi

Barbell Complexes by Jen Comas Keck

My 5 Favorite Exercises…Right Now by Robert dos Remedios

20 Ways to Decrease Stress and Anxiety by Mike Robertson

So You Want To Start Sprinting? by Eric Cressey

The Case for Big Quads by Mike Robertson

Sparing the Shoulders by Eric Cressey

Ron McKeefery Interview Brandon Marcello