From Jon: Each Sunday thePTDC publishes 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.
The Top Article of the Week
This week the top article is something a little different from the usual anatomy lessons, debates and detailed nutrition knowledge – it’s something so fundamental but often overlooked for both Personal Trainers and fitness professionals alike. It’s all about how to improve your communication skills, more specifically relevant to lead generation and making initial contact with potential clients. The tips inside are more practical than much of the theory taught in Personal Trainer qualification courses, and can be applied to your business immediately.
Optimal muscle contraction for more muscle part II, practice — Anthony Dexmier
“More Muscle Growth: More Density” — Kevin Mullens
10 Ways to Gain Muscle — Bill Geiger, Bodybuilding.com
The V-Taper Workout — Christian Thibaudeau & Chris Shugart, T-Nation
6 Ways To Develop Your Grip Strength for Better Results — Karen Smith, GGS
Powerlifting Stuff You Think Matters But Doesn’t — Chad Wesley Smith
4 Reasons Women Must Deadlift — Lee Boyce, T-Nation
Why Fitspiration Is Killing Your Motivation — Lawrence Judd, Shredded By Science
Five Female Fitness Myths Debunked By Science — Luke Briggs
Why you need strength training to lose fat for good — Phil Heather
6 Problems of Fat Loss — Stuart Aitken, JMax Fitness
Six Blind Men, One Elephant And An Educated Guess — Gregg Slater, Shredded by Science
Are You Ready for a Diet Break? — Jason Helmes
Drink This, Not That! — TC Luoma, T-Nation
11 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Eating Fish — Joe Leech, Authority Nutrition
The Perfect Carb for Lifters — Nate Miyaki
Lost at the Grocery Store? Introducing the Nerd Fitness Pantry. — Noel Fernando, Nerd Fitness
How the food industry spins science to fits its agenda — Andy Bellatti, Examine.com