We have searched the web for the most valuable and interesting articles of week #52 2016
Best Articles of 2016
Since it is the end of the year, quite a few people have made the effort to collate the best articles of the year 2016, here we go
Eric Cressey killed it with
Tony Gentilcore shared
The PTDC shared their Best Fitness Articles of 2016
The Barbell Rehab shared the Top Five Articles of 2016
Complementary Training shared The Best of Complementary Training in 2016
And last but not least, I have shared the Best Strength Training Articles 2016
Strength Training Articles
Breaking Muscle explained
Elite FTS shared
RippedBody published A Detailed Guide to Training Progression a great piece involving thoughtful ideas on how to progress at different levels (novice, beginner, intermediate,…)
T-Nation offered a Tip: 5 Ways to Dominate the Toughest Ab Exercise a really good approach to exercise progressions to master the standing rollout.
The Elite Performance Institute explained the purpose of the Strength & Conditioning Philosophy why you should have one and how it helps.
Fitness & Power explained Most Common Ways to Elevate Your Muscle Building Hormones simple and applicable strategies.
Lift Big – Eat Big shared why Weak Backs Are Injury-Prone Backs which aligns with my experiences.
Muscle & Fitness released an interesting and shocking fact in their article Why Too Many Rest Days Can Weaken Your Brain
Youth Strength Training Articles
Science For Sport shared an insightful infographic from BelievePerform on 10 Ways Coaches Can Promote Positive Youth Development how to build and promote youth development and why it matters.
Plyometric Training Articles
Speed-Endurance published 5 Things I’ve Learned About Training for Jumps as a College and Youth Coach, whilst this article is based on training for the jumping disciplines in track & field it also holds great value for jumping/plyometrics as a means to improve speed and power for other sports.
Speed Training Articles
Bret Contreras‘ January Research Preview: Resisted Sprinting Edition takes a deeper look into the science of resisted sprinting and it’s application.
Back Squat, Front Squat and Overhead Squat Articles
Barbend discussed When Butt Wink Is a Problem (And When It Isn’t) some good considerations for your squatting.
Men’s Journal offered 5 Mobility Moves That Will Help You Lift More Instantly in the Overhead Squat.
T-Nation looked at the different options to hold the bar in a Front Squat in their article Tip: 3 Ways to Front Squat
Juggernaut Training System shared Squat School EP 3, where they analyze the Squatting technique of different athletes. Worth watching, have a look at the video