During the past week we've discussed a number of great links; on Google+, Twitter, the Forums and so on. Here are a few of my favourites.
Shoulders seen better days? Grab The Rotater. Beautiful thing.
The Great Drubbling Master : somewhere between dribbling and juggling sits Riley McLincha. Incredible.
Get Your Nap Time In, At Work : a number of datacentre workers from the upcoming London Olympics will be doing just that.
Nutrition for Young Athletes : over on the forums, Food 'n' Fitness' Anthony Paradisposted a great video looking at the basics of quality nutrition. If you're ready to clean up your own diet, take a look.
Controlling dreams : we've seen a lot of great research recently surrounding the general topic of sleep; including some pretty thought-provoking questions. Here, the BBC asks 'Can we control our dreams?' Yes, yes we can. Sort of.
The Inverted Burpee : finally, I stumbled across this exercise the other day - and it's a lot tougher than it looks. Give it a shot.
NB : to see all of these as they appear (and to share your own thoughts on things), the simplest way is to follow me on Google+. You'll see these, and a whole lot more.
Scott Andrew Bird is a writer, photographer and a guy who just loves this stuff. He's been at home in front of a computer for more years than he cares to remember (OK, 30) and is now making amends for years of many mistakes noted in the De-constructing computer guy articles (part 2) on T-Nation.
Stalkers may wish to track his every move via Twitter or Google+; everyone else is cordially invited to hop over to his online home. Enjoy.
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If you ever wake up with that 'just run over by a truck' feeling, you need a copy of Tim Hull's Functional Correction Manual. Not only will it help you to locate and repair the problem, it'll help prevent it happening in the future.
When it comes to body transformation - whether that's an increase in strength, packing on a bit of muscle or losing a bit of excess fat - this is the perfect place to start. Dr Berardi's Precision Nutrition.
If you've ever watched a Bruce Lee film and marveled at his strength, speed, agility, endurance, flexibility or muscularity, this book should take pride of place in your collection. Unlike many other writings covering everything from Lee's training methods to nutrition, this book is based not on the recollections of people around him; but on Lee's own notes. Brilliant.
For a full list of what we're reading and watching at the moment, just head over to the Recommended Books & DVDs page. See you there.