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Strength Sensei Bookshelf: The Sport of Olympic Style Weightlifting

Strengh Sensei Bookshelf The Sport of Olympic-Style Weightlifting Charles Poliquin often gave his best students copies of his favorite books as gifts, ordering boxes of copies to hand out during his seminars. Among those books were those written by Carl Miller. One of Poliquin’s favorite strength training methods was cluster training, and he learned about …

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Strength Sensei Bookshelf: New Functional Training for Sports

Strength Sensei Bookshelf New Functional Training for Sports One of the most popular personalities in the field of functional training is Michael Boyle. Through his writings, videos, online presentations, and seminars, Boyle has inspired countless personal trainers, athletic trainers, and strength coaches to practice his training methods. Along the way, Boyle has upset many in …

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Strength Sensei Bookshelf: Achieving Victory Over A Toxic World

Strength Sensei Bookshelf Achieving Victory Over A Toxic World For nearly four decades, Mark Schauss has studied how toxins can affect our body composition and overall health. His research is presented for the non-scientist in his book, Achieving Victory Over a Toxic World. Schauss says the average American is exposed to about 80,000 chemicals in …

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Strength Sensei Bookshelf: The Rapid Fat Loss Handbook

Strength Sensei Bookshelf The Rapid Fat Loss Handbook In 1998 Lyle McDonald published The Ketogenic Diet, a 323-page masterpiece on the science of low-carb dieting. Another treatise that belongs on the bookshelf of any serious personal trainer or strength coach is The Rapid Fat Loss Handbook: A Scientific Approach to Crash Dieting. We live in a world of …

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