Stuff to Read While You’re Stuck at Home Not Wearing Pants: 7/10/20

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I got nuthin.

I mean, I had to cancel my teeth cleaning appointment today.

That’s exciting.

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30 Days of Spine Hygiene * . Day 1️⃣ Bubblegum Farts. . Or . Finding (and maintaining) “neutral” spine while moving your extremities… . …which, let’s be real, is NO WHERE near as baller of a description as bubblegum farts. . I don’t know who originally named this drill, but whomever it is I officially nominate him/her to name every exercise from here on out. . Instead of something lame like Quadruped Extension-Rotation, I bet our secret wordsmith exercise namer would name it something cool like Fart Breath Rotations or Henry Cavill. . Anyway, this is a very sneaky (hard) drill and it does a superb job at locking in the abdominal brace which then aids in maintaining spinal stability while we add in movement. . Eventually it behooves us to marinate in a more diverse movement environment (rotation, etc)… . …but out of the gate, especially when working with someone with a history of back pain, I’ve found that honing in on STABILITY in that area (while also addressing mobility in requisite areas: hips, t-spine) is a fantastic approach for most. . Don’t forget to emphasize the exhale as you lift your hand off the ground, while also maintaining pressure INTO the ball. . I’m telling you it’s a sneaky bastard of an exercise. . * When in doubt read anything and everything via @backfitpro . Not only the world’s foremost mustache haver, but also not too shabby when it comes to spine biomechanics and research. . I’d HIGHLY recommend his Back Mechanic book.

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This may seem surprising, but I hate reading research. It’s important of course, and I try my best to stay on top of current trends and to balance the teeter-totter between being evidence-based and respecting the power of anecdotal experience.

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Complimentary Circuits: Effective Programming Made Simple – Kevin Mullins

As is the case always, Kevin provides a bevy of useful info in this article.


How to Overcome the 8 Biggest Diet Problems – Krista Scott-Dixon

Dieting or “locking in” sound nutritional habits always tends to be the elephant in the room for most people. For some it’s eating when bored, for others it’s a sweet tooth.

And for others it’s simply all just too confusing.

Krista helps to drown out the noise.

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