http://www.elitefts.com/education/recovery-training-tedious-yes-but-simple-and-effective/ -This is an interesting write up by Chad Aichs on using active recovery movements to better prepare yourself for your next training session. This may be something you want to try with your own training.
http://70sbig.com/blog/2015/12/how-to-make-a-training-session/ -I’m a big fan of the work done by the guys over at 70’s Big, and this article is no different. While there is nothing truly revolutionary here, they break down how to structure a training program for beginners in a simple and effective way. If you’re a beginner to programming, or simply trying to simplify your training again, make sure to give this one a read.
http://www.jtsstrength.com/articles/2015/01/14/5-mobility-rules-thumb-part-1/ -I’m a stubborn person, so often times I don’t put enough time into learning something until I absolutely need to. Well the past few months have been a slap in the face for me when it comes to mobility. I need to improve my movement quality drastically, and as a result I have been scrambling to find more efficient ways to do so. Luckily for you, I’ll be sharing many of my findings on here.
http://www.jtsstrength.com/articles/2014/10/02/training-around-injuries/ -We have all had injuries, and instead of throwing in the towel it is best to find a way to train around them. This article has five good tips on how to keep making progress even though you are injured.