It’s time for another weekly installment of The Weekly Roundup: The Things That Didn’t Suck. Each week I’ll feature 3 awesome articles that I read during the week that I feel everyone can benefit from, then some random highlights and lowlights from the week for some extra news. Each week you can expect to get quick access to impactful info and learn something new. A lot of stuff on the web just sucks – but not this stuff! Want on the list? Submit your best stuff to email@example.com!
Partial-Range Reps: Not Always Cheating
Written By: Nick Tumminello
Published By: T-Nation
Career Tip: Stop Worrying About These 10 Questions
Question 5. How do I build my network?
I don’t like this question because of how matter-of-fact business-like it sounds. People do business with and support those whom they like. The word “networking” implies “If I do this for you, you’ll do something for me” and that’s not how the world works.
Written By: Jonathan Goodman
Published By: The PTDC
The 12 Best Ways to Build Shoulders
Written by: Mark Dugdale, Amit Sapir, Christian Thibaudeau, Chris Shugart, Michael Warren, Tony Gentilcore, Grove Higgins, Eric Bach, Paul Carter, Eric Cressey, Joel Seedman & Bret Contreras
Published by: T-Nation
In Case You Missed It
The Friday Fix:
This week’s episode was simple and straight to the point. It’s all about recovery. Get the scoop here.
Exercise of the Week:
The Half-Kneeling Single Arm Downward Chop doesn’t look like much, but it certainly will help you build up a rock solid back, healthy shoulders and a resilient core. Here’s how you do it.
Tweet of the Week:
Many reference “technical FAILURE”. I like “technical MAXES”. What’s the highest weight you can lift once with PERFECT form?There’s your PR.
— Lee Boyce (@coachleeboyce) March 17, 2017
WTF of the Week:
This guy is over here squatting cars….. so, yeah, there’s that.
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