Now, with the publication of Modern Trends in Strength Training, Charles brings all his champion-proven techniques to you into a multi-volume reference source. Modern Trends in Strength Training: Volume 1 explains the proven scientific theories behind sets and reps, and teaches you effective ways to help your athletes become bigger, stronger, or both. As a bonus, the final chapter is devoted exclusively to the best set/reps strategies Coach Poliquin has chosen from his 20 years experience as a strength coach. These training methods will help your athletes achieve their athletic potential as no others can!
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One of the most accomplished strength coaches in the world, Charles Poliquin has an international coaching resume boasting over 400 Olympians, including nine medal winners at the Lillehammer Olympics, 60 professional hockey players, and world championship professional teams such as the Chicago Bulls and the Denver Broncos. A native of Ottawa, Canada, Coach Poliquin has a master's degree in exercise physiology and a reputation as a trainer of champions. Coach Poliquin has written more than 500 articles on strength coaching for numerous lay and peer-reviewed publications, and his work has been translated into Swedish, German, French, Italian, Dutch and Japanese.Review:
"This book is both the ideal reference for the coach and the ultimate self-help resource for the athlete!" -- Rod Anthony National Coach S African Weightlifting Team, 2001
"This book is strength training by the numbers, putting the latest technology into layman's lingo." -- Brian Batcheldor, National Coach, British Powerlifting Team, 2001
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Descrizione libro CharlesPoliquin.net, 2001. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P110970197918
Descrizione libro CharlesPoliquin.net, 2001. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0970197918