Top training resources of 2023

It’s been another year of learning on HMMR Media. In 2023 our 36 contributors produced more than 40 podcast episodes, over 50 articles, 3 premium video lessons, 18 detailed research summaries in our Sports Science Quarterly, and our first ever HMMR Forum online event.

To help you sort through all the great content, we’ve assembled our top 20 articles, 10 podcasts, and 3 videos from the year. If you want more, you can browse our archives and also check out our top content from 2013201420152016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022.

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Videos and podcasts

For more video content and full transcripts of all 2023 podcasts, become a HMMR Plus member and visit the HMMR Classroom. Members will also get access to videos from the year-end HMMR Forum in the coming weeks.

New video lessons
The GAINcast
  1. 269: Force and sprinting with Dan Cleather and Jon Goodwin
  2. 261: Building and rebuilding the amateur athlete with Donie Fox
  3. 275: Championship behaviors with Hugh McCutcheon
  4. 264: Redefining LTAD with Joe Eisenmann
  5. 272: Beyond dichotomies with Kevin Becker
HMMR Podcast
  1. 308: Developing the champ with Dylan Armstrong
  2. 299: The muscle snatch with Wil Fleming
  3. 309: Feeling the throw with Matthew Denny
  4. 291: What’s your engine? with Nathan Ott
  5. 306: Under the armour with Carrie Lane

In addition, Episode 300 marked not just a milestone, but a chance to remember our friend Shaun Pickering, a true changemarker in the world of throwing.

Articles and training programs

Below we’ve categorized our top 20 articles of the year:

Injuries and injury prevention
  1. 5 ways to rethink your approach to injuries by Martin Bingisser
  2. Traumatic brain injury: lessons learned the hard way by Chris Kilmurray
  3. What we can learn from dogs about pain by Steve Myrland
  1. The morning walk series by Vern Gambetta
  2. Ten chances: my decathlon journey by Vern Gambetta