Best Articles of 2015: Reader Edition

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It’s that time of year. The time I sit back, rewind, reflect, and highlight the BEST ARTICLES of the past year on

I’m still amazed at how many people support the site and go out of their way to make it a daily ritual to check out.

Thank you, sincerely, to everyone.

I pretty much expect to take over Google any day now.

Today I want to list the TOP FIVE posts from 2015 based off the total number of hits/pageviews from you, the readers.

1. The Forgotten Quality of the Fitness Industry

Like any industry, the fitness industry has it’s fair share of shady characters and questionable shenanigans. It’s par for the course. However, maintaining one’s integrity isn’t for sale. At least not in my book.

2. The Key to Program Design: Diamonds?

Program design should be boring. What’s boring is what works.

3. The Next Chapter: Reflecting on Eight Years at Cressey Sports Performance

I am SO honored to have been a part of and to have helped build such an amazing place. CSP will always have a special place in my heart.1

No, I’m not crying. What are you crazy? It’s just, you know, I’m wearing this onion suit is all. Yeah, that’s it. An onion suit.

4. The Most Underrated Exercise in Strength & Conditioning

HINT: it’s not the POS pictured above.

5. Gym Etiquette 201

I had a lot of LOLs writing this one.

Be sure to check back later this week to find out which articles made the cut for Best of 2015: Tony’s Best Bicep Poses Picks Edition. 

Because it’s all about me, and I have impeccable taste

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  1. As will ice cream.

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