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Alright so, you guys will see up here
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you want to eye up this bibliography I have
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up here. Some of you guys might want to write some of these down. I'm on a
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campaign, it's called the read of frickin book campaign. I don't know how many of
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you guys are on social media, I don't know how many of you guys, you're going
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to get involved in the politics over time with the fitness industry, and the
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misinformation machine that is, as well as physical therapy, athletic training.
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You're gonna get a lot of what has been made popular, which is bro science. You
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guys know what bro science is? Dude what do you know, what do you know, look at your
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biceps, the dude over there with the huge biceps he told me this is gonna work and
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I believed him because he's huger than you are. Number one dude huger isn't a
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word, number two read a frickin book right, like that's that's my campaign, and not
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just any book, but a book with references, like citations, research. This is
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important, you guys are going to soon realize that there is a lot of junk out
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there. You need to be careful who you ascribe to, like if you want to we all
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have gurus right. We all have mentors, you need to choose those wisely. Now i do
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like books, i like textbooks a lot. I've read a lot of textbooks, not suggesting
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you guys consume textbooks at the rate i consume textbooks, but think of if you
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just started right now, well now you're in school, but if you just took one
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textbook that you wanted to read on a topic that you like, and let's say you
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have 90 days over the summer, and you decided to read five pages a day, you'd
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finish the textbook in the summer right. Well by the end of your school year, by
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the end of your bachelor's degree, you'd have four more text books read. How much
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smarter would you be at the end, with consuming four more text books worth of
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information. Here's the what I'm saying, and then if you keep that habit up after
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you graduate, which is basically what I've done
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right, you'll find that all of a sudden you have a library and Dr. Falenger can
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attest, we had a business meeting over research project at my apartment in the
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city, you walk into my apartment and what do you, what's the first things you
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notice? The dog, I have a 21-pound giant Chihuahua, this is true, he's like this
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right, very alpha, yeah I'll have to find some pictures for you
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guys. He's a monster Chihuahua, after you get past the Chihuahua though, which you
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notice in my living room is my bookcases, I just have tons of books, tons and tons
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of books, and I'm still reading, still trying to consume information. So these
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are some books that I thought you guys might want to start with.
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They're expensive, one at a time guys. I'm not saying go and buy all these today, just
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one book at a time. Start rifling through, Newman, any of you guys going into
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athletic training, or physical therapy kinesiology of the musculoskeletal
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system, foundation for physical therapy, probably the best kinesiology text I've
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ever seen. It's beautifully written, it's gone through many many editions, very
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well sided, tons of research. Holland she's functional anatomy of the limbs
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and back, great pictures, great organization, very easy to read through
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when you need information quick, like if you guys are writing papers for your
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kinesiology classes. This is again more towards ETCs, and physical therapist,
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Shirley Sahrmann diagnosis and treatment of movement impairments syndromes.
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Saladin's a great one for you guys, this one should probably have been number one
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up there, other than I think I tried to put them in alphabetical order. I think
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Saladin is probably the most beautiful physiology book I've ever seen. Lots of
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great pictures, again I like pictures. I know that sounds so anti my book
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campaign, like I was just like super going like it has to have research, it
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also has to have really pretty pictures, and really useful pretty pictures. I don't
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know if you guys are visual thinkers, but I like to visualize stuff. So
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Saladin is great, and then these guys I put on here because the three big
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certifications and personal training, which I know is where some of you guys
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are heading right, are the National Academy of Sports Medicine, for whom I
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work. You have the American College of Sports Medicine, you guys have heard of
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that ACSM, and then you have the National Strength and Conditioning Association,
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NSCA. This is the first text book for the National Academy of Sports Medicine. This
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is the first text book for the National Strength and Conditioning Association
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and this is the textbook for the American College of Sports Medicine.
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You guys cool with that. just some good starting points. I will make sure you
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guys have my info at the end. if for some reason you guys ever need a reference a
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text, a suggestion don't hesitate to email me. I'll make sure I give you more
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suggestions than you can handle, and you guys will notice that the gross majority
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of my articles, my publications, have tons of references, which is another thing for
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you guys. Let me tell you a quick cheat for your papers, when your teacher goes
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you need ten references, and you're like oh my god, here's what you do. You find
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one paper with ten references in the back, and then you go steal their
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references you look up those papers right, and then you on those papers
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they'll be even more references. Yeah smart guy, smart guy right. You're just
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mining data, that's all you're doing. It's that's not illegal, as long as you
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reference it, and you have the article you're good.