For any of you fitness people who have been taking the paleo lifestyle that little bit too far and actually living in a cave since 2008 you might have missed out on what has become one of the biggest fitness conventions
I have been using Examine.com for a number of years, it has grown and developed over that time into what I feel is the most comprehensive and detailed resource on the net for supplementation.
I have been a massive fan of podcasts since the early days when podcasts were generally very low quality in terms of production values.
I get asked a lot by students and those work in GP or Exercise Referral for some of the books that I think are useful resources.
I have just finished another amazing book by the great Kesh Patel, Kesh is an awesome guy and really is a master of corrective exercise.
I have just finished re-reading Kesh Patel’s Corrective Exercise: A Practical Approach, and I must say that it is awesome.
This is one of the most amazing books I have read in a long while, and should be essential reading for all personal trainers and dieters alike! The book is all about food psychology and what makes us eat in the amounts
Stretching has always been an under written about area within the fitness industry.