Top blogs of 2011, by pageviews
Google searches no doubt playing a role here in this being number 1.
A rant by yours truly reporting on a somewhat narrow view on a very important topic.
3. NSCA... Why?
A slightly angry rant. But would not change a thing from this post even now. It all needed to be said. To be fair to the NSCA they have responded to the junk email issue.
Although we need to become well read and experienced in our respective sports, lets not forget or disregard the excellent work being done in other disciplines.
Under-visited blogs (in no particular order)
Two part piece that I enjoyed writing illustrating that it is more than just the football and the athletes that differs between the levels.
Perhaps a different perspective to the usual on this hot topic.
We all should be one at times.
Some factors going into planning your preseason and how fatigue is a part of this.
A critical look into gauging success with teams.
Book of the year
Marco Cardinale, Robert Newton, & Kazunori Nosaka (Eds.)
Tools that improve the efficiency of my work every day