The Top 5 Strength Matters Blog Posts Of 2016
It is hard to believe that another year has passed us by. As we look back on 2016, we reflect on some of our blog posts that are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower our readers. Thank you to all our contributors to the blog. Here are the top 5 Strength Matters Blog Posts of 2016.
#5 How To Improve Mobility For Overhead Positions.
How Thoracic Extension Work Will Quickly Develop Your Overhead Position makes it into our Top 5 Blogposts of 2016. A good overhead reach is important in our training, and Mark Reifkind outlines a number of exercises to implement to improve your overhead position.
#4 How Tragedy Inspired Me To Lose Over 100 Pounds…
We are not surprised that this blog post made it into our Top 5 Best Blogposts of 2016. This heart-wrenching article by Levi Martwardt touched the hearts of many as he told his story. Thank you for sharing with us Levi. We have thoroughly enjoyed this blog post.
#3 The Science Of Eating: Why Calorie Counting Keeps Your Clients Fat.
We are not surprised that this is appearing in the Top blog posts of 2016. Everyone wants to lose weight, and the calorie counting myths always reappear amongst the general public. Dr. Debbie Bright helps clear a few things up…” I wish I’d been the one to coin that phrase, but like many in life, I doubt I’ve ever had an original thought. As for the calorie in, calorie out epidemic, I am here to tell you that not all calories are created equal AND that counting calories for weight loss is the oldest news on the block.”
#2 Stability Vs Mobility – Why Stability Rules The Road In Performance.
Perry Nickelston’s Stability V’s Mobility blog post makes it into our Top 5. Nickelston claims to be a stability guy. What are your thoughts after reading this article? Perry includes some easy ways to incorporate movement variability exercises for commonly injured areas into your existing program.
#1 The Top Three Kettlebell Mistakes, And How To Avoid Them.
Are you a culprit of these kettlebell mistakes? In this article, Mark Reifkind covers the Top Three Kettlebell Mistakes that people continue to make. This is the top Strength Matters Blogpost of 2016! Don’t forget to share, like and comment on your favourite blog posts in 2017. Thank you for continually supporting the work that we do.
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