Men’s Fitness shared Your 3-step plan to do 20 pull-ups without stopping I like the solid step-by-step outline even though could be a bit more elaborated.
Breaking Muscle published An Idiot’s Guide To Progressive Strength Workouts a really good article emphasizing the fact that training needs to be progressive in order to make improvements.
Dr. John Rusin explained The Exercises To Build Strong Abs & Healthy Lower Backs what I like about this article is that it has a logical approach to training the trunk and elaborating on different functions of the trunk and different positions to train the trunk.
Nia Shanks explained 10 Overlooked Reasons Why Every Woman Should Strength Train a truly great article outlining the benefits of strength training.
Juggernaut Training Systems discussed Scientific Muscle Building an interesting discussion, check it out
Plyometric Training Articles
The Bar Bend discussed The Jump Squat: How, When, and Why Weightlifters Should Include Them In Training more from an angle of improvements for Olympic weightlifting, however, the same applies to other sports that require high levels of power.
Speed Training Articles
EliteFTS explained how to program for speed and power based on an example for Rugby, but can also be used for other sports in te article Programming for Speed and Power a really solid common sense approach!
Back Squat, Front Squat, and Overhead Squat Articles
Robertson Training Systems offered 4 Squat Variations You Should Try ASAP some good variations to include in your warm-up for the big squats.
Breaking Muscle explained Why You Shouldn’t Squat not really emphasizing not to squat, more a good discussion which squat variation fits to which individual.
T-Nation offered a Tip: Strong Glutes, Better Deadlifts and explained how bands can help to increase the activation of the glutes by applying additional resistance in a horizontal line, check out the video