Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 7/11/12

About the Author: Eric Cressey

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

Elite Training Mentorship – The most recent update includes quite a bit of content from me, including two exercise demonstrations, an article, as well as two staff in-services: “Scapular Positioning During Table Arm Care Exercises” and “Understanding and Coaching the Anterior Core.” If you haven’t checked out Elite Training Mentorship yet, I’d strongly encourage you to give it a shot.

Rehab = Training, Training = Rehab: Top 10 Takeaways: Part 1 and Part 2– This was a two-part post I wrote about 20 months ago as a review of Charlie Weingroff’s outstanding DVD set. I’d highly recommend the resource, but even if you don’t pick it up, you’ll walk away with some valuable tips from these two articles.

By the Coach for the Coach: 10 Things I Learned During the 2011-2012 School Year – I loved this post from my buddy Todd Hamer. Todd, the head strength and conditioning coach at Robert Morris University, is one of the best college strength and conditioning coaches I know. He’s a tremendous motivator and has loads of experience in the trenches, even if he doesn’t have a big internet name. Up-and-coming coaches need to read stuff like this as often as possible!

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