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Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 2/3/12

Written on February 3, 2012 at 12:11 pm, by Eric Cressey

Here’s this week’s list of recommended strength and conditioning reading:

The Art of Nutrition Coaching – I thought this guest post from Dr. John Berardi at PT on the Net was outstanding.  He highlights a counseling approach called Motivational Interviewing. I’m anxious to look into it myself.

Strength Exercise: DB Bulgarian Split Squat from Deficit – Since my “Strength Exercise of the Week” column has been very popular over the past few weeks, I thought I’d highlight an old one that has slipped to the archives.

6 Questions About Tempo Training – Mike Robertson published this at T-Nation recently, and it made me realize this commonly misunderstood strength and conditioning topic has never really gotten the in-depth analysis or explanation it deserves.

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One Response to “Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 2/3/12”

  1. Domenic Says:

    I came across this book after looking for something that would help me with a particularly difficult (in terms of progressing toward her goal) client. It is a big help, but not easy, as my instincts are the exact opposite of what I should be doing. You would think giving credibility to clients excuses would allow them to just hang on to them easier. In reality its the opposite. Instead of arguing with you, all resistance is stripped away and they can plainly see what the problems are. Pretty impressive stuff. I also train a social worker who is certified in MI, I think that may be a standard in that field…

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