The Past Week on

Hope everyone is having a great week. Last week we posted four articles, a new video and added another Episode to the StrengthCoach Podcast . It looks like these updates are now permanently at the end of the week but, that’s OK. As long as we remind you to go back and take a look at the site.

First up was: Common Sense is not too Common — Becoming a great coach from Dewey Neilsen. This was a short piece and was the reason we posted four articles instead of three. I think the title explains the concept so take a minute and read it.

Next up was Training the Overweight Client I have been saving this article until I had the DVD for Training the Overweight Client done. I also posted this as a free article on the site and on Facebook and got lots of great responses. If you haven’t read it, please take a second and do it.

Also up was: : Choosing Weights for Single Leg Squats This was piece from Geoff Girvitz that sat in my inbox for way too long.

Last Up Was:  All In , another contribution from MBSC intern Ben Bruno. Ben has been a big asset to the site during his internship with lots of articles and videos.

Video of the week was Rear Foot Elevated “Speed Skater Squats” also from Ben Bruno

Anthony all put up Episode 67 of the StrengthCoach Podcast with Ben Shear and Jeff Banaszak

If you haven’t been on the site this week, make sure you log on and check out another excellent week of articles.


Also, make sure to check out Strength and Conditioning Webinars

Anthony has posted a bunch of new webinars in October including

“Coaching Cues 101: flaws and fixes for commonly performed

exercises”-Craig Rasmussen- Tues, Oct 26, 12pm EDT

as well as

Case Study- Pro Hockey Player- Jim Reeves

Tips to Improve Healthy Aging- Dr. Jeffrey Tucker

Power Development for Golfers- Michael Boyle

Site Notes

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