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Books I will finish by 2011

by on Aug 31st, 2010

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Adaptation in Sports Training–Atko Viru–This book details extensively the biochemical and functional specialization processes that result from training loads.  If you followed the Energy Systems thread at StrengthCoach.com, you know this one’s name arose several times.

Ultimate MMA Conditioning–Joel Jamieson–While I do have a history in martial arts, I’ve only worked with a single martial artist over the course of Boddicker Performance’s existence so it may be odd to some that I’m after a book called Ultimate MMA Conditioning.  However, I’m not in it for the MMA so much as I am the energy systems theory throughout that is supposed to be outstanding.  I’m looking forward to it.

Movement–Functional Movement Crew–A few weeks ago this was the “hot” product, and still probably is.  I am a big proponent of the methodology, so much so, that yesterday I executed about 40 movement screens on a bunch of distance athletes to help guide the program design process.

Clinical Application of Neuromuscular Techniques; Volume 2–Chaitow and DeLany–Having worked through the majority of volume 1, I think Volume 2 may be the best next step to complement my manual therapy education through the end of the year.  They are very dense, and I find them to be best utilized during “practice” sessions with the book open and next to the table.

4 books, 4 months.  Easily done.

What else deserves to be on the list?

Regards,
Carson Boddicker

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  • Mark Young August 31, 2010

    I also have Movement on my reading list (just started it) along with a giant stack of journal aritcles that I’m staring at beside me right now.

    I’m also in the midst of reviewing the Exercise for Injuries webinar series by Rick Kaselj. I have Optimual Shoulder Performance by Eric Cressey and Mike Reinold en route as well.

  • Carson Boddicker August 31, 2010

    Mark,

    How is the webinar series going? I saw those and thought that they’d be worth viewing. I look forward to a review on your blog, and I assure you that I have not forgotten about providing you with a guest post!

    Regards,
    Carson Boddicker

  • Zach August 31, 2010

    “what else deserves to be on the list?”

    some nutrition books! like they always say, “you can’t out train a bad diet”

    the hot new book coming out this month in the nutrition community is Rob Wolf’s book “The Paleo Solution”. maybe that might be a good one to add

  • jerry hesch December 6, 2010

    Carson,
    the year will go by quickly and unfulfilled if you do not get your hands on my new book: “ME, MYSELF AND I: I AM MY FAVORITE NARCISSIST”. This book is my 5th autobiography, me, yes I have read it many times, I read and weep,
    -)
    jerry Hesch

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