Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: 8/21/15
I’m traveling this weekend. To Edmonton, Alberta. That’s in Canada. It’s August, so I’m hopeful it’s not cold as balls.
Wish me luck/I love you.
Lets get to this week’s list of stuff to read.
Another well-written, fair, informative piece on the benefits of doing your aerobic work. With references!
The Right Way To Do a Turkish Get-Up – Me, Myself, & I
Is it cheating if I put one of my own articles on the list?
This is a quickie I wrote for Men’s Health on the “big rock” tips to performing the Turkish Get-Up well.
Integrative Corrective Exercise Approach – Dr. Evan Osar
Today (8/21) is the LAST day to purchase Dr. Osar’s comprehensive corrective exercise course at a discounted price. I’ve been a big fan of Dr. Osar’s work ever since I read his first book, Form & Function, back in the day and am always impressed whenever I have the opportunity to listen to him speak – most recently this past July at the Perform Better Summit in Providence, RI – as he’s an open-minded guy who doesn’t take a black or white approach to anything.
If you’re a fitness professional looking to improve your assessment skills in addition to solidifying your corrective exercise approach (breathing, alignment, strength work) to better serve your clients/athletes, then I can’t recommend this resource enough.
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