This text explains how Systematic TOUCH Training evolved, the benefits of using STT technique and explanations for why touch training works. It illustrates how to perform the seven methods of touch, how often to touch and the appropriate speed and intensity of the touch.
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"A new frontier in strength and conditioning. STT allows athletes to train more effectively and to reach a higher level of performance."
Rafer Johnson Olympic Gold and Silver Medalist—Decathlon
"Beth’s touch training techniques will set you apart and give you that much needed edge in separating you from your competition."
John H. Arce Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, Purdue University Vice President—Program Development, Athleticorp Inc.
"One of the most progressive methods of improving muscular movement mechanics and force."
Ralph LaForge Clinical Exercise Physiologist Senior Contributing Editor, IDEA Today
"A new approach to improving strength training technique, which can lead to improved athletic performance."
Peter Vidmar Olympic Gold Medalist—GymnasticsAbout the Author:
Beth Rothenberg has been using Systematic T.O.U.C.H. Training to successfully train her clients since she first became a personal fitness trainer more than 20 years ago. She has shared STT with leading coaches, trainers, and elite athletes, and has used the technique to help train visually-impaired teenagers at the Braille Institute.
Beth lectures nationally to fitness professionals on training techniques and motivation. She is an instructor for the award-winning UCLA Extension Fitness Instructor Certificate Program and for the Advanced Specialty Certificate Program for personal fitness trainers. She is also certified as a health/fitness instructor by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).
Oscar Rothenberg is an attorney who has specialized in the medical/legal field for 30 years. He lectures on legal and ethical issues pertaining to fitness professionals and was a member of the first item writing committee for the American Council on Exercise Personal Trainer Certification Exam. As co-author of Touch Training for Strength, he was instrumental in organizing and systematizing the method of Systematic T.O.U.C.H. Training.
The Rothenbergs live in Santa Monica, California. They spend most of their leisure time enjoying their secluded mountain retreat in northern California.
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Descrizione libro Human Kinetics Publishers, 1994. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria M087322437X
Descrizione libro Human Kinetics Publishers, 1994. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX087322437X
Descrizione libro Human Kinetics Publishers, 1994. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P11087322437X