Knowledge is POWER! Part 2

Piggybacking off of my previous post (ta-da!), here are some more great reads to quench that thirst for knowledge that has been digging at you all week long.____________________________________________________________________________________________

Baseball/Softball season is right around the corner!  Read these two posts by Eric Cressey on common injuries and how to keep them at bay.

Baseball Injuries: What to Expect in the Next Few Months

- Oblique Strains in Baseball: 2011 Update

Do you ever sit there, enjoy a nice cup of coffee, and think about your dysfunctional movements patterns and the best way to fix them? I know I sure do!  Here's a great post out of the Personal Trainer Development Center on how to use the FMS (Functional Movement Screen) to devise more effective corrective methods.  Afterwards, schedule an appointment with one of our evaluation specialists so SAPT can help you get back to painless functional movement!

How to Simplify Corrective Exercise Training with the Functional Movement Screen

It simply wouldn't be right if I didn't include a great read on periodization techniques for all your powerlifters out there.  It's not always as easy as "Pick it up. Put it down. Repeat."

A Practical Guide for Implementing Block Periodization for Powerlifting

Do you know what Prilepin's Chart is?  Well, you do now.

Utilizing Prilepin’s Chart

Last, but not least, here are a couple of in-house articles by your excellent coaches at SAPT

- One highlighting a very special athlete of ours: Amanda!

- One urging you to think critically when it comes to nutrition. (P.S. Did you know that SAPT offers nutritional coaching??  Our                  very own Kelsey Reed is an absolute whiz when it comes to fueling your body for optimal performance.  Schedule an                                    appointment today!)

- One introducing you to the multitude of benefits from kettlebell swings!

Oh wait, I almost forgot!  Here's another awesome video.

If she can do it, so can you!