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Pavel Tsatsouline

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Pavel Tsatsouline, is the Chairman of StrongFirst, Inc., a fitness instructor who has introduced SPETSNAZ training techniques from the former Soviet Union to US Navy SEALs, Marines and Army Special Forces, and shortly thereafter to the American public.
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Secrets of Strength
Earle E. Liederman - 2008-05-22 (first published in 1922)
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Reprint of a fascinating old book that everyone who is interested in sports and athletics must read. Everything one should know about how one can gain unusually great strength, about the famous strongmen of the past and their training methods... By one of the absolutely best informed - the authentic strength training super-expert Earle Liederman......
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An awesome book.      source
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The Paradox of Choice
Why More Is Less
Barry Schwartz - 2004-01-06
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Whether we're buying a pair of jeans, ordering a cup of coffee, selecting a long-distance carrier, applying to college, choosing a doctor, or setting up a 401(k), everyday decisions—both big and small—have become increasingly complex due to the overwhelming abundance of choice with which we are presented.As Americans, we assume that more choice mea...
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A very good book.      source
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The Strongest Shall Survive
Strength Training for Football
Bill Starr - 1999-01-01
The original classic strength training manual from the late 70's (third printing, revised first edition 1979)l. The purpose of the book is to help high school and college coaches set up functional strength programs with a minimum of equipment and time. It is also valuable to any athlete who trains on his own and needs direction. The manual was...
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Remains one of the best strength training books.      source