Easy Strength: How to Get a Lot Stronger Than Your Competition-And Dominate in Your Sport
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- Publication Date:January 1, 2011
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- By Pavel and Dan John (world-recognized masters of strength)
- Emphasis on 4 quadrants to help you dominate in your sport
- Sports Conditioning to become stronger than your competition
- Learn to coax gains, not force them
- Numerous sample training regimens
Pavel and Dan John's landmark Easy Strength delves deeply into the role and impact of strength training in fitness, sports, and life. Whatever your chosen physical activity and whoever you are, there are proven methods that can get you and your athletes to their goals faster and more effectively.
For too long, sports strength training was just bastardized bodybuilding, power lifting, Olympic lifting or more recently- strongman training. This book goes a long way in revolutionizing the way the modern coach should be approaching sports conditioning.
You'll gain an incredible amount of insight for training beginner to elite athletes, and you'll discover the tricks for knowing when it's overwhelming their capacity. Plus, there's a lifetime worth of sample training regimens divided into the 4 quadrants of physical activity.
"Easy Strength is one of the best books on strength training for sport that I've ever read (and trust me, I've read them ALL). To be fair-it's unfair to characterize Easy Strength as a 'strength training for sport' book. It's way more than that. It'll go down as one of the best fitness and conditioning books period.
For too long, sports strength training was just bastardized bodybuilding, powerlifting, olympic lifting or more recently- strongman training. This book goes a long way in revolutionizing the way the modern coach should be approaching sports conditioning.
The section on the 4 quadrants alone is worth your entire investment. It will really help 'laserbeam focus' your programming for your athletes."
-Alwyn Cosgrove, author of The New Rules of Lifting series
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