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It’s hard. Really hard. In fact, verbalizing these three words is probably one of the most difficult things a trainer must do throughout his career.
No one loves having to announce “I was wrong”. But you know what? If you are a good trainer who is constantly expanding his/her exercise science knowledge; you will be wrong sometimes. In order to grow, we — the personal training industry — need to embrace evidence that tells us there is a better way. If we are never wrong, then we can never improve. So, with that in mind, how will you react when Dean Somerset challenges your idea of a “neutral spine”?
The Smartest Way To Squat To Save Your Spine — Alex Nurse, Drjohnrusin.com
Top 5 Squat Mobility Drills — Michael Mash, Barbell Rehab
Tip: How to Foam Roll on Rest Days — John Rusin, T-Nation
Do this on the your next off day to move better and feel better. Take a look — John Rusin, T-Nation
Your Guide To Preventing Nearly All Joint Injuries — Dan Blewett, Bodybuilding.com
How to Determine If An Athlete Should Olympic Lift — Wil Fleming, Eric Cressey
How To Add Gymnastics to Your Workout Program — Ingrid Marcum, Girls Gone Strong
Fatigue vs Fatigue Compensation: Functional Abdominal Training — Brian LeRiche, EliteFTS
Tip: A New Way to Build Your Traps — Tony Gentilcore, T-Nation
The Best TRX Rehab Exercises — Zach Long
How to Cheat On Your Diet and Still Lose Weight? — Ines Subashka
What Women Should Eat To Build Muscle — Cassandra Forsythe, Girls Gone Strong
Bodybuilders Bible To Bigger Calves — Steve Hall
Build Big Biceps Without Curls — Eric Bach
Fix Your 5 Biggest Chest Blunders — Bill Geiger, Bodybuilding.com
5 Things Natural Lifters Can Learn From Pros: Lessons from the Greatest Bodybuilders of All Time — Christian Thibaudeau, T-Nation
There Is No “Healthy” Obesity — Arya M. Sharma
I Eat Healthy But Can’t Burn Body Fat — Jeff Kuh, Wet Wolf