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Abduction and adduction are key movements for your workouts. Here's how to tell them apart.
Men’s Health via Yahoo! Life
Oct. 6, 2022

Guillermo Escalante, DSc, C.S.C.S, a professor of kinesiology at California State University, San Bernardino and NASM’s subject matter expert for the Bodybuilding and Physique Coaching certification, was interviewed for an article about the difference between adduction and abduction, and why that’s important.

From Serbia to Roger Stone, Oath Keepers trial traces threads of alleged Jan. 6 plot
The Washington Post
Oct. 8, 2022

Brian Levin, director of CSUSB’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, was quoted in article about the link between Oath Keepers leader Stuart Rhodes — accused of conspiring by force to subvert the results of the 2020 presidential election culminating in the Jan. 6 Capitol attack — and longtime Donald Trump political confidant Roger Stone.

Levin commented on federal prosecutors assertion that Rhodes relayed to Oath Keepers followers and the Friends of Stone group a “step-by-step” action plan that he had discussed with Aleksandar Savic, a Serbian academic who posted a video urging Americans to follow the lead of a U.S.-backed uprising that began in 1999 against Serb leader Slobodan Milosevic: swarm the streets, fight the police until they switch sides and storm parliament.

Rhodes’s adoption and re-circulation of the video had an important practical and legal impact, said Levin.

“Savic’s violent narrative shared with the Oath Keepers helped refine a widely shared vision among hardened election deniers into something more detailed and tactical,” said Levin. “Savic provided the coaching details on a play that Rhodes had already assigned himself to quarterback.”

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