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Stuff You Should Read: 9/16/09

Written on September 16, 2009 at 11:41 am, by Eric Cressey

I’m headed to a Sox game tonight and have plenty to do around the facility before I go, so I thought I’d just use today to throw out a few quick reading recommendations:

Re-Building the Reverse Hyper – This great newsletter from Mike Robertson goes into some excellent detail on the biomechanics of a very controversial exercise – and how we can make it safer and more effective.

Wiggling Their Toes at the Show Giants – This is a piece in the NY Times that is actually surprisingly good.  It goes hand-in-hand with my recommendation of Born to Run from a few weeks ago.  Definitely check both the article and the book out.

Super Bowl Super Shakes – Dr. John Berardi just published this collection of shake recipes this week.  It’s definitely worth checking out if you’re looking for some new ideas to add variety to your diet.

One Response to “Stuff You Should Read: 9/16/09”

  1. Niel Says:

    Good find on the NY Times article.

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