Hello Everybody !
It is the New Year and we are back with the 3rd edition of “THINGS TO READ TO HELP SLAY YOUR DAY” and 1st edition of 2018. For those of you know that you don’t know what this article series is about.. It’s a list of all the best content I’ve read over the last little while that I think is must read for those looking to up their IQ levels 😉
However, before we jump into this addition of “THINGS TO READ TO HELP SLAY YOUR DAY”, I’d just like to mention that I’ve been posting some of my ‘best’ content on snapchat, twitter, LinkedIn and youtube. If your a fan of mine.. I’m telling you that your going to want to follow me on these platforms as I’m really giving away some of the most valuable information I’ve learned over the last few years, specifically in the realm of hockey, basketball and lower back performance. So… ya go follow me there! 😛
THINGS TO READ TO HELP SLAY YOUR DAY
Flat Lumbar Spines Don’t Love Compression – Eric Cressey
While this is simply a ‘tweet’ from Eric Cressey… I thought this was too good not to share and it was one of the best things I’ve read in the past week. Anytime one deviates out of a neutral spine or has more of a flat back posture, they are putting themselves at a greater risk of injury, especially if they repeatedly load themselves up heavy as in the case of a squat like Eric mentioned. Something a lot of people need to consider when determining their weightlifting goals.
Dr. Stuart McGill – Strength Chat #40
Anytime Stuart McGill is interviewed or asked about his thoughts on back pain or training.. It’s absolute gold. Side note: Really like Dr. McGill and Chris Duffin’s chat about the reverse hyper machine.
What would Dr. Stuart McGill tell a back pain patient? – Sebastian Gonzales
And yes another podcast of McGill. The more you listen to the guy.. the smarter you will become. I promise 😉
Social Media Highlights
I feel the "Cat Camel" exercise has gotten a bit of a bad rep due to it being poorly prescribed by clinician's or coaches in rehab setting. In today's new video, I talk about the intended benefits and how to perform this exercise 🙂https://t.co/zYGkitWICP
— Remi Sovran (@RemiSovran) January 4, 2018