The Best Things I've Read This Month

By Stuart McErlain-Naylor

Each month I share the best things I read all month. My monthly newsletter also includes free access publication links, presentation videos, and project updates as well as any new content or resources. I understand that your time and attention are valuable, so I will send no more than one ... Read more

Each month I share the best things I read all month.

My monthly newsletter also includes free access publication links, presentation videos, and project updates as well as any new content or resources.

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The Best Things I Read In August

This month in biomechanics...

 
#14・

The Best Things I Read In July

Internal biomechanical training load?!

 
#13・

The Best Things I Read In June

'Second Brain', Load Monitoring, Motoneuron Output, and more...

 
#12・

The Best Things I Read In May and April

A.V. Hill, Synergies, and Wearable Technology

 
#11・

The Best Things I Read In March and February

New job and reading recommendations

 
#10・

The Best Things I Read In January

Research quality, EMG, and resistance exercise

 
#9・

The Best Things I Read In December

Award winning papers, parachute use, and women in mechanics

 
#8・

The Best Things I Read In November

Writing tips, muscle adaptations, and free resources...

 
#7・

The Best Things I Read In October

Normalisation, providing feedback, history, and more...

 
#6・

The Best Things I Read In September

The history and future of sports biomechanics

 
#5・

The Best Things I Read In August

Terminology controversy, beer mode, and more...

 
#4・

The Best Things I Read In July

Olympics, Asymmetry, Reading, Writing

 
#3・

The Best Things I Read In June

Figure design, statistical decisions, reviewer responses, and more...

 
#2・

The Best Things I Read In May

GPS Technology with Athletes - QuestionnaireIf you use GPS / accelerometer-based wearable technology in sport, we are interested in your opinions.Please click the image below (or this link) for Laura Dawson's PhD study, looking to inform the direction of futu…

 
#1・

The Best Things I Read in April

But first, a quick recap of some of the things I've been up to...Ten Common Statistical MistakesThis blog post is a visual summary of the eLife article “Ten common statistical mistakes to watch out for when writing or reviewing a manuscript”. The post is also…