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Our Choice for the Article of the Week
More strength = more awesome, yes? Maybe. More isn’t better if that more comes at the expense of something else, and that applies in the gym, to your body, and to your life. Bryan Krahn explores 3 areas of life where strength — and, more importantly, a balance of strength across those areas — is paramount: happiness, honesty, and humility.
The Toughest Way to Do a Set — Ben Bruno, T-Nation
Planned Brutality: Periodizing High-Intensity Techniques — John Meadows, T-Nation
Running Doesn’t Suck — Max Shank, T-Nation
#LIKEAGIRL: WHAT YOUNG GIRLS TEACH ME ABOUT THE WOMAN I WANT TO BE — Caitlin Constantine
Trusting The Process: 9 Ways Wise People Approach Life — Jill Coleman
Recovery Tips — Tara Senic
Taming the Scale — Dick Talens
Q&A: Fat Loss and Food Fear — Dani Shugart
THE LAWS OF OPTIMIZING BODY COMPOSITION — MICHAEL ISRAETEL, JTS Strength
Your Own Personal World Records Are The Only Thing That Matter — Charles Staley, BretContreras.com
The squat: is there a need for a controversy? — Anthony Dexmier
Role of Ego in the Weightroom — Chaz Franke, Elitefts
Mastering the Pull Up — James Cerbie
OPTIMIZING THE FEMALE ATHLETE – RIB POSITION — Stacey Schaedler, JTS Strength
The Not-So Ugly Truth About Gluten — TC, T-Nation
7 Recent Food Epiphanies that Set Me Free — Molly Galbraith
ThePTDC list of best personal trainer books – I’ve finally updated my list of recommendations. Featured are 10 books on business / marketing and 10 on fitness that I believe all trainers should own.