Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 1/15/13
Written on January 15, 2013 at 9:16 am, by Eric Cressey
Here’s this week’s list of recommended strength and conditioning stuff you should read:
Sprinting Lessons – This was an absurdly detailed blog post on Bret Contreras’ site; it details the thoughts of coach Greg Potter on developing elite sprinters. There are a lot of great tidbits in here.
Bootcamp in a Box – Mike Robertson, Molly Galbraith, and Jim Laird just released this product this week. Candidly, I haven’t seen it yet, but there are two reasons I’m a) excited to see it and b) encouraging you to check it out, too. First, these are three bright people who have a lot to offer the fitness industry, so there is sure to be a lot of excellent information in there. Second, a lot of the technique, progressions/regressions (or lack thereof), and overall programming strategies you see at bootcamps is so atrocious that having a product like this at your fingertips is a great way to separate yourself from the pack.
The Real Biggest Losers? The Show’s Audience – This article was a reprinted letter Dr. Yoni Freedhoff sent to the American Academy of Pediatrics regarding their endorsement of The Biggest Loser. This season, the show is including a few children as contestants, and this certainly has a lot of people concerned on a number of fronts. Dr. Freedhoff highlights many of these concerns in a very well researched and prepared letter.
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