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Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 10/4/11

Written on October 4, 2011 at 5:08 am, by Eric Cressey

Here’s a list of recommended strength and conditioning reading for the week:

Complete Core Fitness – This is Mike Robertson’s newly-released product, and it includes seven webinars that covers functional anatomy, Mike’s assessment process, and the four phases of core progressions that he used with clients.  Admittedly, I have not finished reviewing it, but from what I have watched thus far, it is absolutely fantastic.  Remember that Mike (like me) is one of the few guys out there who actually trains people in addition to creating information products; this alone should make you appreciate how valuable his perspective is.  I’d strongly recommend you check it out.

Scars and Scar Tissue – Patrick Ward kicks out some fantastic blog content in a variety of contexts, but especially on the manual therapy side of things.  This one is certainly no exception.

Magnificent Magnesium – Brian St. Pierre contributed this piece over at T-Nation.  It was extremely well researched and definitely worth a read – especially if you’re someone who enjoyed his recent series on dairy here at EricCressey.com (if you missed them, check out part 1, part 2, and part 3).

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One Response to “Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 10/4/11”

  1. Jeff Crews - WeightTraining.com Says:

    “Scars and Scar Tissue” by Patrick Ward was a great read. I really liked how he pulled out the point of starting a low-grade inflammatory response to jump-start the healing process. Interesting thoughts!

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