It’s a crisp fall day in Baltimore, MD and admittedly, I didn’t want to get out of bed this morning.
Neither did my life size teddy bear.
So in lieu of the days getting colder and darker, let’s dive right into some books you can read in the comfort of your own home:
Anatomy Trains – Thomas W. Meyers
If you’re unfamiliar with myofascial meridians, this is an excellent resource to learn more. They play in a role in our ability to be mobile and stable, and keep our body interconnected as one movement system. Enjoy nerding out on this one.
Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die – Chip Heath and Dan Heath
Of course, I had to include a business book on the list. Chances are, most of you work in the private sector or run their own “thing.” Whatever it is, this book is great for learning how to hone your niche and make your “signature” stick to consumers.
Biomechanical Basis of Human Movement – Joseph Hamill, Kathleen Knutzen and Timothy Derrick
Human biomechanics are important for understanding human movement, and how we should regress and progress strength training drills. Again, this is another book for all the science geeks in the weight room out there.