Core, Science of Coaching, Top Quotes, and Fatigue is in the Brain
Today’s stuff you should read comes from Mike Robertson, Sam Leahey, Bret Contreras, and a journal article from Frontiers in Physiology.
Mike Robertson interviewed Eric and I a couple of weeks ago after we released Functional Stability Training for the Core. Mike asks us a few questions regarding our thoughts on core training that you may want to check out.
I am a big stickler when it comes to proper coaching and cueing. Nothing bothers me more than watching someone do an exercise poorly with no one correcting them. This is a huge problem when it comes to developing compensatory motor patterns and tissue breakdown. Sam Leahey takes cueing to the next level in this article.
Bret Contreras puts together a nice list of The 5 Best Quotes Ever Uttered by Strength & Conditioning Professionals.
There has been a lot of talk regarding he brain’s function and current neuroscience. We’ve talked about pain being in the brain, the brain only existing for movement, and this nice article that simply states – fatigue is in the brain.