Stuff To Read While You’re Pretending To Work: 7/1/16

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Lets get right into this week’s list

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Introducing the Henriques Deadlift Chart – Tim Henriques

OMG – this was aaaaammmmmaaaazzzzzziiinnnggggg.

Tim’s the author of one of the best powerlifting books written in recent memory, All About Powerlifting, as well as as the director of The National Personal Training Institute. Plus, you know, he’s a strong sonofabitch.

If you’re a fitness pro who writes a ton training programs you’re probably very familiar with Prilepin’s Chart, which breaks down “optimal” set/rep schemes given a certain training percentage

It’s a fantastic chart. The thing is though, it’s based off of research OLY weightlifters and not powerlifters.

Tim took it upon himself to remedy that issue.

You can also check out his squat chart HERE, and bench press chart HERE.

After reading all of them, you should send Tim and email to thank him.

The Top 7 Bodybuilding Methods of All-Time – Christian Thibaudeau

Enjoyed this one from Coach Thibs. It never ceases to amaze me just how many different ways there are to lift weights.

Ruthless Mobility – Dean Somerset

If you’re a trainer, coach, physical therapist, or just someone who likes to nerd out over movement, this is an excellent resource on assessment, corrective strategies, and programming to improve people’s “suppleness.”

Dean placed Ruthless Mobility on SALE  through the holiday weekend at about half-off the regular price.

Take advantage of it while you can HERE.

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Plus, get a copy of Tony’s Pick Things Up, a quick-tip guide to everything deadlift-related. See his butt? Yeah. It’s good. You should probably listen to him if you have any hope of getting a butt that good.

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