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  • #560

    Do you have recommendation books ?

    i'm looking to upward my knowledge during this quarantine.

    #568
    Ryan Faehnle
    Participant

    If you don’t already have it “Science and Practice of Strength Training” by Zatsiorsky and Kraemer is a gold mine of information for Understanding strength and performance training. “The Renaissance Diet” with Dr. Israetel is fantastic for basic nutritional education. “Stretch to Win” by Ann and a Kris Frederick for mobility and flexibility training. That’s a good start and should keep you busy for awhile.

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    Jance Footit
    Keymaster

    Research Dr Mauro Di Pasquale. He was the man Charles looked up to above all others. Dr D has many books available, and on his website you can learn a ton just from reading the PDFs he has written on his supplements. He also releases newsletters routinely that will keep you busy for days

    #604
    Nathan Waters
    Participant

    100% agree Jance. Most comprehensive information on supplement ingredients you will find. I save the pdf and study them.

    #675
    Dirk Stelly
    Participant

    Here you go

    - Maximum Muscle Bible ( Christian Thibaudeau & Paul Carter )
    - The Squat Bible ( Dr. Aaron Horschig )
    - The One Thing ( Gary Keller )
    - Change Maker ( John Berardi )
    - The Development of Physical Strength ( Anthony Ditillo )

    Have Fun

    #681

    thanks

    #686
    Deidre Hamaguchi
    Participant

    Thank you for all of the recommended reading!

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