Data Based Training Goals, Grinding and Grit, and Scapular Dyskinesis

This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Greg Nuckols, Gabe Kapler, and Chris Hart.

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On this week’s episode of The #AskMikeReinold show we talk about the effect of different sleep positions, performing step down exercises after ACL reconstruction, and our recommendations on shoes.

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Stuff You Should Read


Data-Based Muscle, Strength, and Fat-Loss Targets to Set Realistic Training Goals

Greg Nuckols has an article up on strengtheory.com talking about using real data to set your training goals:

Grinding It Out

Gabe Kapler has an article up on kaplifestyle.com talking about the pros and cons of persistent practice.  Gabe is a really great writer with amazing insight.  Love his blog:

What’s Really the Relevance of Scapular Dyskinesis?

Chris Hart has an article up on myrehabexpert.com talking about Scapular Dyskinesis and some science behind it’s implications: