Eric Cressey’s Best Articles: 2010
Written on December 26, 2010 at 6:22 am, by Eric Cressey
With 2010 winding down, I thought I’d use this last week of the year to direct you to some of the most popular content of the past 12 months here at EricCressey.com, as this “series” was quite popular last year. Today, we start with the most popular articles of the year; these are the pieces that received the most traffic, according to my hosting statistics.
5 Reasons You Aren’t Getting Stronger – This post came during the launch week of Show and Go: High Performance Training to Look, Feel, and Move Better. With some of the unique programming strategies outlined in Show and Go, it seemed like a good opportunity to outline some of the common mistakes folks make that I really sought to avoid when writing the program.
How to Find Your Fitness Niche – The popularity of this post surprised me. I suppose it means that I have more fitness professionals (and aspiring fitness professionals) reading my blog than I’d previously thought. This piece discusses how I “fell” into my baseball training niche.
Make My Kid Run Faster – Apparently, I’m not the only one who has to deal with the occasional crazy father who tells me how to train his kid!
Clearing Up the Rotator Cuff Controversy – This post discusses my approach to structuring rotator cuff exercises throughout the training week.
The Fascial Knock on Distance Running for Pitchers – This was a fun article to write because it combined a review (of Thomas Myers’ presentation at Perform Better) with a summary of my own experiences training pitchers. It’s always great to take the perspective of another and see how it meshes with your own philosophy – whether it confirms or refutes what you’re doing.
High Performance Training without the Equipment (Installment 1) – I’m glad that I checked back on my statistics to find that this was so popular, as I haven’t gotten around to writing any subsequent installments. I’ll pick it up soon.
I’ll be back soon with the top product reviews of 2010.
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