The Top Article of the Week
Mastering the Basics Must Precede Embracing a Specific Methodology — John O’Neil, petedupuis.com
This week’s top article won’t teach you some groundbreaking new training method. Nor will it teach you the “best” nutrition protocol. In fact, it’ll tell you to stop looking for it (especially if you’re in the first few years of your fitness career).
See, most new trainers think they need the most advanced fitness methodologies known to humanity. They need to wow their clients with sophisticated physiological jargon every session.
What they forget, however, is their number-one responsibility: to get their clients results. And what’s the best way to fulfill this responsibility?
Master the basics. Enjoy.
Part II: Correcting the Lower Back and Hips — Kevin Mullins, tonygentilcore.com
What Is Creatine? How to Start Supplementing with Creatine — Steve Kamb, Nerd Fitness
Ankle Mobility – Training Inside Out — Mike Tromello, Breaking Muscle
The Journey Is in Low-Intensity Training — Taylor Lewis, Pulmonary Performance
Use This Fat-Loss Workout Plan to Burn Fat on Autopilot — JC Deen, jcdfitness.com
The Best Damn Diet for Natural Lifters — Christian Thibaudeau, T Nation
Give Your Clients What They Want and What They Need — Raphael Konforti, the PTDC
7 Eccentric Landmine Methods for Strength, Size, and Muscle Function — Joel Seedman, Advanced Human Performance
Your First Meet Cycle — How to Lay the Program’s Foundation — Joe Schillero, Elite FTS
How to Get a Dynamic Full-Body Workout with One Dumbbell — Pamela Hernandez, Thrive Personal Fitness
Top 30 Row Variations for a Stronger Back and Healthier Shoulders — John Rusin, drjohnrusin.com