We have searched the web for the most valuable and interesting articles of week #48 2016
Strength Training Articles
Elite FTS shared S&C Meeting of the Minds — History, Athlete Development, and In-Season/Off-Season Goals university S & C Coaches their experiences and learning of their S & C career.
For everyone who is interested in building muscles and gaining muscles Fitness & Power gave a good overview of exercise selection, food choices and training prescriptions in the article How to Build 147% More Muscle in One Month ( New Strategy )
- explained How to Use Sprints for Massive Muscle Growth a good overview of how sprinting can help to boost muscle growth. The only downside, in my opinion, is, that you need to have sufficient sprinting technique to reap the benefits, and the sad truth is most people don’t have.
- shared Top 6: Best Exercises for Building Muscle interesting to see that the good old compounds movements, such as Squat, Bench Press, Pull Ups, Deadlifts, and Rows are always coming back.
Stack demonstrated how to Develop Single-Leg Strength With Bulgarian Lunges a great way to add a single leg variation to your training, we use it all the time. Have a look at some training impressions of the Bulgarian Split Squat
T-Nation shared 6 Exercises For a Strong, Healthy Butt what I really like about this article is, that there is a logical progression in the exercises demonstrated and prescribed.
The Strength Sensei explained Putting First Things First – With Food & Fitness a great approach to prioritizing what matters most in terms of nutrition and training and well backed-up.
California Strength elaborated Things to Consider When Selecting Your Next Training Program whilst that article promotes their own online training plans, there is a lot of value to the questions asked to evaluate training programs.
T-Nation offered The Ultimate Guide to Landmine Presses what I like about this article is, that it not only offers the exercise selection, but also the rationale for choosing certain exercises, the benefits and coaching tips.
Tony Gentilcore shared Complete Guide to Training the Female Athlete an interesting discussion on what to consider when training the female athlete.
Muscle & Fitness explained 9 Foundational Crossfit Movements whether you like Crossfit or not, one good thing about Crossfit is, that it is based on basic compound movements, such as Squats, Deadlifts, Overhead Press, various medicine ball throws and Olympic lifts and their derivatives. I also believe this it why it works, because it focusses on the type pf movements that produce results.
Renaissance Periodization Blog offered Tips for a Productive Mass Phase again more for those who are interested in building muscle mass and gaining muscle mass, but a good overview of what is important to focus on.
Stack explained Why You Must Consider Specificity When Planning a Workout I like the approach to look at movement, muscles, energy systems and velocity and offering the application of this approach to the Bench Press.
EliteFTS shared a discussion on True Age vs Training Age, a great discussion. I like the points on mastering the fundamentals and learning the technique first. Have a look