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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Discover the "Secrets of Strength" with this fascinating old book, perfect for anyone interested in sports and athletics. Authored by the authentic strength training super-expert Earle Liederman, this book covers everything one should know about gaining unusually great strength and the training methods of famous strongmen from the past. A must-read for all fitness enthusiasts.
An awesome book. – source
This book explores the overwhelming abundance of choice we face in everyday decisions, from choosing a coffee shop to picking a career path, and how this can lead to decision-making paralysis, anxiety, and even depression. By synthesizing current research in social sciences, the author challenges the assumption that more choice is always better and offers practical steps on how to limit choices to a manageable number and derive greater satisfaction from the choices you do make.
A very good book. – source
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Strength Training for Football
This classic training manual by Bill Starr is a must-have for coaches looking to set up effective strength programs with limited resources. Written by National Olympic weightlifting champion and professional strength coach, this reference guide contains over 200 photos with detailed instructions for exercises and program creation, catering to both beginners and advanced athletes. Topics covered include anatomy, weight training, nutrition, and rehabilitation. A valuable resource for any athlete looking to take their training to the next level.
Remains one of the best strength training books. – source