Mike has been in the trenches for a long time…. The guy knows his stuff
Mike Boyle's website is dedicated to the strength coach. It is an unbelievable resource that brings some of the greatest minds in strength and conditioning together. Not to mention Mike is one of the most respected coaches in the industry.
If you aren't reading research you're not moving forward. Pubmed is a great place to keep up on what's new in research.
Physical Therapists Mike Reinold may be the go to guy for everything shoulders. Currently the head therapist for the Boston Red Sox.
Eric has separated himself as one of the top strength coaches in the country. If you want to gain strength and increase or maintain mobility Eric is your guy.
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John Berardi is the go-to guy when it comes to nutrition. Learn not only why nutritional strategies work but also how to implement them. If you train for weight loss or for sports performance this is a one stop shop that will keep you up to date on everything that you need to be in the know on.
Muscles: Testing and function with Posture and Pain
An must have for anyone involved in training.
Ultimate Back Fitness and Performance
Dr. Stuart McGill's is at the top of the list when it comes to understanding the spine. In a world where back injuries make up the majority of doctor's visits ignoring this research is doing a disservice to your clients. Another must have resource.
Optimal Shoulder Performance DVD set
A great DVD set on the overhead athletes shoulder.
It's not only about muscles. The Myofascial system plays a major role in posture and function.
The Athlete's Shoulder
If you work with baseball players you must know the shoulder. This is a great textbook although very clinical. When you're ready I suggest picking up a copy.
Essentials of Strength and Conditioning
The National Strength and Conditioning Association's textbook.