Weekly Reading Round-Up 10/4

Another Sunday, another edition of the Weekly Reading Round-Up! We have 13 articles this week plus a new blog post for you check out this week, so without any further delay, let’s get to it!

 

New on the Blog

The Complete Incomplete Guide to Supplements

As a trainer and coach, one of the things I get asked about a lot is supplements. And understandably so. The supplement industry brings in millions of dollars each year. The choices when it comes to products are endless. Unfortunately, a lot of these products are complete crap.

In this article, I breakdown some of the more popular supplements on the market, discuss which ones might be worth your money, and which ones are complete crap.

Best of the Best

Are GMOs bad for your health? – Helen Kollias, Precision Nutrition

The GMO debate is a hot one in the health industry. Unfortunately, most people don’t have a clue about what GMOs actually are. This article on Precision Nutrition gives a detailed breakdown of that and if we should be running scared from them like everyone seems to think.

 

Best of the Rest

The Best Protein Sources & The New Rules of Specialization: How to Add Muscle Mass – Adam Bornstein

10 Things Every Lifter Should Be Able To Do – Dan John

The Truth Behind Running Injury Science & Fixing The Most Broken Physical Practice In The World – Dr. John Rusin

Why Are Gains So Damn Addicting? – Jason Helmes

5 Strategies to Supercharge Muscle Growth – John Craven

5 Mistakes That Will Derail Your Fat Loss Efforts – Nick Smoot

You’re Not As Fat As You Think – Mason Woodruff

The Definitive Guide to Diet Breaks – Mike Samuels

What You Don’t Know About BOSU Balls – Dean Somerset

What is Progressive Overload – Sohee Lee

Let’s Talk About Diet, Part 1: Quantity Versus Quality – Michael Blevins

 

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