Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 7/25/11
Written on July 25, 2011 at 6:57 am, by Eric Cressey
Here are some recommended reads from the strength and conditioning world to kick off your week:
Supine Sagittal Stability and the T-L Junction – This is an outstanding blog post from Charlie Weingroff on the important role that the thoracolumbar junction plays not only in early childhood development, but also the acquisition of pathology later on in life.
The New Rules of Strength Training – I got a kick out of this article from Bret Contreras. There’s quite a bit of humor, but with a bunch of valuable lessons at the end of the piece.
Is Saturated Fat Really the Dietary Boogeyman? – Brian St. Pierre presents a great case for why saturated fat isn’t as evil as it’s always been made out to be.
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