From Jon: Each Sunday thePTDC will publishing a list of the top articles from around the web in 5 different categories: bodybuilding, general health, fat loss, strength training, and nutrition.
We scan the net, but if you’d like to submit your article for consideration, please send it to email@example.com.
Our Choice for the Article of the Week
If there is one thing the fitness industry doesn’t lack it is conflicting information. Some coaches believe this while others believe that. Information crosses and leaves trainers scratching their heads lost in space. Not only does this leave our trainers dazed and confused but this can be passed down to their clients, which is “no bueno”. Nick challenges us to take a step back and critically analyze our position on 5 different training concepts. Do any of your beliefs conflict with each other?
5 Strategies for Choosing Exercises– Brad Schoenfeld
What’s the Best Single Leg Exercise?– Bret Contreras
How To Train Hardcore With Light Weights– Sean Hyson
Bodybuilding for Teens-Igor Klibanov
13 Sincere Letters: Dear Me: A Letter to My Unfit Self– Ines Subashka and Colleagues
Phoenix Theory– Chris Shugart
Why You Should Level Up and How to Crush 2014– Steve Kamb
Spinal Flexion is Important for Low Back Health and Strength– Dean Somerset
Women’s Difficulty with Pull-ups is About More Than Biology– Caitlin, Fit & Feminist
The Top 10 Drugs That Trainers Must Know About– Spencer Nadolsky
A Lion in Iron: Fallacies in Female Diet Mindsets (Part 1)– Alexander Cortes
15 Things You’re Probably Not Doing Enough Of– Chet Morjaria
The Problem With Strength and Conditioning– Chad Wesley Smith
“3-Way” Ring Chin-Ups– Ben Bruno
The 7 Basic Tips To Begin Your Balanced Life!– Jennifer Cordovez
How Much Should You Charge for Personal Training?– Brett Jarman