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Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 9/12/12

Written on September 12, 2012 at 7:20 pm, by Eric Cressey

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

Elite Training Mentorship – In this month’s update, I contributed two exercise demonstrations, an article, and two in-services.  The in-services were “What is the Sports Hernia?” and “Arm Injury Mechanisms in Throwing Athletes.”  This latest update also featured some great contributions from Tyler English.

Hudson Training Facility Expands Footprint, Market – This was a story in the local newspaper about the expansion of Cressey Performance, which gives rise to a new offering (morning bootcamps) in our business model.  If you’re in our area, definitely check it out.

Dumbbell Reverse Lunge to 1-leg RDL: Guaranteed Results and Soreness – I just wrote this guest blog for Men’s Health; give it a try if you are looking for some new exercise variety (and soreness) in your strength and conditioning program.

The HRV Roundtable – I thought this was an excellent article at T-Nation, as it draws on the experience of a number of very bright guys in the industry to highlight some forward-thinking concepts. 

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