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Stuff You Should Read: 10/26/10

Written on October 26, 2010 at 4:52 am, by Eric Cressey

Here are some recommended reads from the archives for today:

An Easy Way to Rotate Strength Exercises – One of the biggest frustrations of training in a commercial or home gym is that there just aren’t enough opportunities to create variety and fluctuations to the resistance training stimulus.  This post highlights one simple way to double your exercise index.

A Carrot, an Egg, and a Bag of Ground Coffee – This one is more of a “meeting life’s challenges” post as it applies to the fitness industry.

Five Resistance Training Myths in the Running World – If this doesn’t interest you, I’m sure it’ll at least interest a dozen of your friends who are running addicts!  Please spread the good word – whether it’s via Facebook, Twitter, or carrier pigeon.

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One Response to “Stuff You Should Read: 10/26/10”

  1. Sam Says:

    The header reads:

    “Written on October 26, 2010 at 4:52 am, by Eric Cressey”

    4:52am? Seriously Mr.Cressey? I believe this qualifies you as being a cyborg 😉 Either that or you couldn’t sleep that night. Either way, keep up the excellent work!

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