Best Resources of the Year 2019

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If you missed the other 2019 year in review posts you can check them out below:

Best Articles of 2019 – Readers’ Picks

Best Articles of 2019 – My Picks

Best Articles of 2019 – Guest Posts

Best Exercises You Should Be Doing 2019

And, lastly, I wanted to take today to mention the best resources of 2019 as highlighted by yours truly. As the saying goes, “those who invest in themselves invest wisely.”

I don’t know, I just made that up.

But it kinda sounds like something someone smart would say.

Thanks again for your continued support and readership, and here’s to a splendid start to 2020 and a new decade!

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Best Resources of the Year 2019

FULL DISCLOSURE: I released two products this past calendar (<–I still can never spell this word right the first time) year that I’m very proud of and am going to highlight first.

Because, you know, it’s all about me, me, me, ME!

(Even) More Complete Shoulder & Hip Blueprint


This was the second iteration of mine and Dean Somerset’s flagship resource.

(Even More) CSHB builds upon the material covered in version 1.0, but delves a little deeper into program design and exercise execution.

If you’re at all interested in both shoulder & hip health and performance, we’ve got all your bases covered here.

The Complete Trainers’ Toolbox


This resource is targeted towards fitness professionals to help grow their businesses and brands and covers a gamut of topics from the likes of myself, Dean Somerset, Meghan Callaway, Dr. Lisa Lewis,  Dr. Sarah Duvall, Sam Spinelli, Alex Kraszewski, Luke Worthington, and Kellie Davis.

Ultimate Landmine Program – Meghan Callaway

I thought I thought of every exercise possible to execute with the Landmine (also referred to as the Angled Bar) apparatus, but then I read Meghan’s book and thought less of myself.

Meghan’s brain works differently than mine and she really went out of her way to create a lovely resource for fitness professionals (and non-fitness professionals) to use and refer to for some added Landmine motivation.

The program is pretty legit too!

Complete Coaching Certification – Mike Robertson


Mike is a long-time friend of mine who’s affinity for 90’s hop-hip is equal if not surpasses mine.

That’s saying a lot.

He’s also one of the coaches in the industry I respect the most, and I am always in awe of how he can simplify the most complex topics and make them more palatable for the masses.

There’s no other way to put this…

this certification…is…the…shit.

MASS Research Review

I’d rather listen to Baby Shark on repeat for a week straight than read research articles.

I looooooove this resource so much because it keeps me up-to-date on the latest research on how to get strong and jacked, but I don’t have to interpret Klingon in order to understand it

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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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