Good Fitness Reads of the Week: 11/16/2014

Hi! Hope you’re enjoying your weekend!

This edition of Good Fitness Reads of the Week will contain:

New Episode of The Angry Coaches: Your Oly Shoes and Knee Wraps are a Waste of $$$: Here’s Why

Quit worrying so much about your Powerlifting equipment!

We have so many options when it comes to shoes, belts, knee wraps, and knee sleeves. Lifters are becoming neurotic when it comes to choosing the right piece of equipment.

There is no perfect squat shoe that will add 200 pounds to your squat!

Focus on what matters. Work on your technique, programming, recovery and diet. These are the factors that will improve your performance.

Training Log: Week 2

Here’s a preview

Deadlift 5 X 5 @ 455

The Beast KB Press @ 48kg

– My latest Blog Post: Find a Reason

– 15 Recommended Readings

Recommended Reading

1) Simplifying Your Squat and Deadlift via Mike Robertson

2) Bad Days Are Inevitable – Keep Grinding via Ross Enamait

3) 5 Fake “Health Foods” That Are Killing Your Fat Loss via Mike Samuels

4) Do You Need to Train People In-Person In Order to Write About Training People? via Tony Gentilcore

5) Why You Should Be An Essentialist to Live a Great Life via Chad Howse

6) Muscle? Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That  viaBryan Krahn

7) How to fix a broken diet: 3 ways to get your eating on track (infographic). via Dr. John Berardi

8) Vitamin D – Scientific Review on Usage, Dosage, Side Effects via

9) Coaching Cues to Make Your Strength and Conditioning Programs More Effective: Installment 9 via Eric Cressey

10) Stretching Isn’t Always the Answer: 3 Common Mistakes via Tony Gentilcore

11) Effective Training Does Not Require Complexity via Ross Enamait

12) How To Take Charge Of Your Motivation via Rog Law

13) Future Gym: Introduction and Athos wearable technology for fitness
via Pat Koch

14)  Just tie your shoes via Eric Dawson

15) No One Ever Got Better Solely From Diaphragmatic Breathing Exercises via Jordan Syatt

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