Here are some good reads from the past week…Enjoy!

Effective Training for Busy Men by Jim Wendler

Jim nails training on the numbers again this time by covering an effective plan using his 5/3/1 protocol for busy individuals. In today’s go-go-go society it’s common place that you may only be able to work out twice per week. Jim covers the essentials, how to structure your workouts for results along with additional work you can do while traveling to improve your fitness.

Strength Training Programs: 8 Strategies for Easily Maintaining Strength by Eric Cressey

Eric Cressey is an extremely busy man, which leaves less time to dominant the gym. A 600+ lb deadlifter and Baseball training guru Eric shares tips to how he maintains his strength during his busy season.  This list is great and compliments a busy style, much like Jim Wendler’s post Effective Training for Busy Men.

Best Exercise in Ever: Narrow Stance Squat by Dean Somerset

After a few ankle sprains I can relate to Dean that my ankle mobility is not quite optimal for a narrow squat. However, if your mobility dictates that you can perform this exercise add it to your repertoire. It requires a ton of mobility and stability!

Coregasms by John Romaniello

This article got enough traffic to make Roman’s blog shut down. Core work plus orgasm talk?!? Nothing more will be said, check it out, very interesting.

Master the Pistol Squat by Simon Boulter

Simon does an awesome job showing a progression for this extremely challenging single leg exercise. Pistol squats will build massive stability, strength, and power in the lower body and are extremely challenging.

Glutes Gone Wild by Ben Bruno

Glute Training is blowing up, now with Ben Bruno adding in some flair to the festivities. In this entertaining piece Ben covers some new exercises to activate and toast your backside while potentially terrifying gym goers with your thrusting capabilities.

Top 10 Tips to Add Muscle « BachFitness by Eric Bach

The top 10 Tips to Add muscle are not ground breaking, but the essentials for putting on muscle. Program smart, eat like a horse, and work hard!

 Total Body Exercise Selection by Eric Bach

Total body workout programs are the most time efficient way for both muscle gain and fat loss. Movement requires the whole body to work at one time whether its stabilization or dynamic movement, shouldn’t your exercise selection reflect upon that?

Creatine: What to Use and How to Use it by Eric Bach

This is a thorough review of creatine, covering everything from how it is used body to safety, efficacy, and how to consume it effectively.

Thanks for reading, feel free to post any other awesome reads of the week!

About Eric Bach Performance

Eric Bach is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Precision Nutrition Level 1 (PN1) with a degree in Kinesiology Concentrated in Human Performance and Emphasizing Sports Performance from the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire. A former collegiate Strength Coach Eric now resides in Denver, Colorado. Eric coaches clients at Forza Fitness and Performance Center and trains everyone from weekend warriors and post rehabilitation patients to professional athletes. Eric developed his passion for fitness through a competitive sports career which included competitive Olympic lifting, Football, Track and Field, and Powerlifting. Eric is a self proclaimed fitness nerd who enjoys reading, eating, deadlifting, and living a healthy and fullfilling life while helping others dominant their lives in and out of the gym. Eric can be contacted at ericbachperformance.com for all consultations and questions

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