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28 Dec The 5 Best Fitness Books of The Year (2015 Edition)

Here's my 4th annual post summarizing the top 5 fitness books of the year. If you're a regular reader, you know how much value I place on reading great books to improve the quality of your life - in any subject, not just fitness. There were some great books this year, without a doubt. While I read a lot of books each year, I can't read everything, so I'm sure there were some other outstanding books that are probably deserving to be mentioned here, as well. The list criteria has evolved a bit through the years, so here's what I based things on this year:
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29 Nov The Overhead Press – Is It Bad For The Shoulders?

Is the overhead press bad for the shoulders? That's a common question and often a very debated one. Should you avoid this exercise? And, what are the benefits versus the risk? I’ll give you my perspective, as both a strength athlete and former PT (physical therapist). I'll tell you why I love this exercise, but it may not be right for you. I’ll talk about pressing in the context of using a barbell, which can be viewed as the most demanding on the shoulders.
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03 Oct Quick Start Guide to Movement and Mobility

Mobility is such a common buzzword in the fitness industry today, but what exactly is it? Before you read ahead, think about this - how do you define mobility? And, how do you define good movement? In this article, I'll provide some simple background information about movement and mobility so that you have a better understanding and can assess your own movement and mobility.
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23 Aug Why We All Need A Coach

I remember not too long ago interviewing Dan John for the podcast. In the interview, he mentioned that he had a coach to help him with his training. I was shocked that even Dan John had a coach, but quickly realized how right he was. You see, we all need a coach, no matter what level we're at. We all need a coach to get to the next level - assuming you want to actually get to the next level and I'm sure you do. Here's 7 reasons why we all need a coach.
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30 Jun Quarterly Reading List: 5 Amazing Books You Should Check Out

Let me be honest with you, I’m a book nut. No - I'm a book NUT. If you’re a regular reader or you listener to the podcast, you already know that. Books are just one of my passions though, just like training is my passion. I hope you enjoy reading, as much as I do because reading is one of the easiest things you can do to improve the quality of your life.
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02 Jun The Ultimate Guide To Kettlebell Training

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WHAT YOU'LL GET IN THIS GUIDE:

1) A complete and comprehensive overview of the benefits of kettlebell training 2) An understanding of the limitations to kettlebells - are they a "one-stop-shop" for everything? 3) What you need to know about the 2 main styles of kettlebell training 4) Specific steps for how to get started - and advice to elevate your training to the next level 5) The key exercises to focus on - whether you're beginner or advanced 6) Key resources for learning and advancing with kettlebells  [/jbox] [br]

WHAT THIS GUIDE REPRESENTS

This guide represents the definitive guide to kettlebell training available online today.
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