Anatomy Lesson - Foot and Ankle
Also check-out the article we had posted at Tabata Times - Early Specialization? Think Again!
If I Knew Then What I Know Now: Middle of the Road - Harry Selkow
A Lion In Iron: What Are You Afraid Of - Alexander Cortes
The Individualization of Team Training - James Smith
Conditioning: You're Doing It Wrong - Molly Galbraith
Considerations of Olympic Style Training on Athletic Performance - Rob Panariello
Anterior Pelvic Tilt and Lumbosacral Pain As It Relates To The Hip Thrust and Glute Bridge - Dr. Conrad Stalheim
Not Your Average BS Core Training - Ben Bruno
Fascinating Facts About Sleeping - TC
Your Job Makes You Sit? Fix It With MobilityWod
Strongkid.com - Great site for youth athletes. Run by researcher Dr. Avery Faigenbaum, he provides great info on how youth athletes should be trained and progressed. Check it out!
Safegaurd Your Shoulders - Keith Scott
10 Things to Stop Saying to Your Kids - Tessa Miller
10 Eating Styles Explained - Ashley Fleming
The Three H's - Morrill Performance
Knowledge and Nonsense: Food Like and Dislikes - Jamie Hale
Zero Drop: Think Before You Drop - Gait Guys
37 Ways to be a Badass - Chris McCombs
Bridging the Gap Between Yoga and Movement - Amanda Patti
Book of the Week - How to Win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie - Many of you have probably heard of this book, as it is one of the all-time best sellers in literature history. Written over 70 years ago by Dale Carnegie, it is essentially the first book on success and the information in this book still rings true today. In a nutshell it goes over
- 3 ways to handle people
- 6 way to make people like you
- 12 ways to win people into your way of thinking
- 9 ways to be a great leader
Simply this book is a must for anybody who is in the business of working with people. It will help you influence and impact your career in a number of ways. Check it out!
Video of the Week - Try Something New For 30 Days - Matt Cutts
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