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The Top Article of the Week
The Truth About Yoga, Flexibility, and Mobility Training — Joel Seedman, Advanced Human Performance
In the words of Shane McLean, who submitted this week’s top article:
“This will ruffle some feathers.”
Shane’s right. This article from Joel Seedman will undoubtedly trigger a few people. Perhaps you’ll be among them. Nevertheless, we think it’s a discussion we need to have.
In what situations can yoga be beneficial for a client? Which style of yoga should be used? Finally, can an overemphasis on flexibility actually be harmful?
Is It Better to Eat Meat? Go Vegan? Something in Between? The Truth About What’s Right for You. — Brian St. Pierre, Precision Nutrition
What’s the Problem with Nutrition Research? Is It True Health Initiative or NutriRECS? — Evelyn Carbsane, The Carb-Sane Asylum
Four Essential Steps to a Basic Self-Care Routine — Pamela Hernandez, Thrive Personal Fitness
Fat Loss and Muscle Gain: What Does Realistic Progress Look Like? — Brian St. Pierre, Precision Nutrition
Weight Loss Plateaus and Strategies to Overcome Them — Kat Barefield, NASM
Setting Fat-Loss Goals that Actually Work — Mike Howard, Lean Minded
Sweet Potatoes or Potatoes: Which Is Healthier? — Taylor Simon, coachtaylorsimon.com
The Best Tips to Eat Healthy at Any Restaurant — Samantha Kellgren, simplywellcoaching.com
Ultimate Guide to Improving Your Overhead Squat — Zach Long, The Barbell Physio
A Crazy Stretch to Unlock Your Feet — Jim Smith, Diesel Strength & Conditioning
Exercises You Should Be Doing — Tony Gentilcore, tonygentilcore.com
Tip: Loaded Carries, Crowded Gyms — Gareth Sapstead, T Nation
What the Best Personal Trainers Know that You Don’t — Lou Schuler, Bodybuilding.com
Finding Your Way into the Strength and Conditioning Industry — Zach Schill, Elite FTS
The Little Guide to Rookie Coaches — Stephane Aube, Thibarmy
Your Haters Are Pushing You to the Top. Embrace It. — Detric Smith, Elite FTS
How to Get Your Clients Engaged and in the Zone — Pete McCall, NASM