Every week I read the latest articles on training, nutrition and injury management. Looking for credible sources is becoming harder in today’s internet age so thus I created ‘Best Articles of the Week’.
Articles are broken into categories:
- Three Quarters of a Century and Still Getting Strong(er), Jeff Guller. https://www.elitefts.com/education/three-quarters-of-a-century-and-still-getting-stronger/
- November Research Preview: Stability Specific Edition, Bret Contreras.https://bretcontreras.com/november-research-preview-stability-specific-edition/
- 33 Facts About “Macros”, Mike Vacanti. http://www.ontheregimen.com/2016/10/28/33-facts-macros/
- Nutrition: The Too Simple To Be Sexy Diet, Nick Tumminello. http://nicktumminello.com/2016/08/nutrition-the-too-simple-to-be-sexy-diet/
- Bacon, Jalapeño & Garlic Green Beans, FitMenCook. http://fitmencook.com/bacon-jalapeno-garlic-green-beans/
- Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Fudge, Cait Robertson. https://www.biolayne.com/articles/recipes/peanut-butter-cookie-dough-fudge/
I’ve included this awesome 4 part series on Fixing your Squat by Barbell shrugged!
- Fix Your Squat: Part 1- Ankle Mobility for Squatting w/ Dr. Aaron Horschig of Squat University, Alex Maclin. http://daily.barbellshrugged.com/fix-your-squat-part-1/
- Fix Your Squat: Part 2 – Hip Mobility for Squatting w/ Dr. Aaron Horschig of Squat University, Alex Maclin. http://daily.barbellshrugged.com/fix-your-squat-part-2/
- Fix Your Squat: Part 3 – The Butt Wink w/ Dr. Aaron Horschig of Squat University, Alex Maclin. http://daily.barbellshrugged.com/fix-your-squat-part-3/
- Fix Your Squat: Part 4 – Core Stability and Using a Belt w/ Dr. Aaron Horschig of Squat University, Alex Maclin. http://daily.barbellshrugged.com/fix-your-squat-part-4/
- Foam Rolling, Science for Sport. http://www.scienceforsport.com/foam-rolling/
- Stretching for Recovery, Science for Sport. http://www.scienceforsport.com/stretching-for-recovery/
Scientific Article for the Week
This research paper looked at the effect Sprint training and traditional low intensity cardio has on a process called EPOC (excess postexercise oxygen consumption) which has been long thought of as a benefit of HIIT over Steady state or traditional cardio. Results from the study are interesting and will open the door to hopefully more research into this particular area.
- Excess Postexercise Oxygen Consumption After High-Intensity and Sprint Interval Exercise, and Continuous Steady-State Exercise. Tucker WJ, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26950358
Hope you enjoy this list!
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