Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by mettalhead, May 22, 2008.
It is one of the great ironies... such a waste.
There's nothing wrong with having to read something twice to get it, but I am working on something that'll simplify my methods and techniques in a way that has never been done before. Stay tuned to my website in the next few months, for the first time everyone is going to have the opportunity to train the way they should be based on their individual weaknesses and goals using this system. No more generic one size fits all shotgun approach to conditioning and the results will be dramatic. Just wait.
Oh, I'm registered there. I'm following along through the RSS feed to everything that you put on there.
What is EZA and what is his/her website?
EZA stands for EndZone Athletcs but the poster is Joel Jamison. 8weeksout.com
just save ur money and find a good site to download all these books
There's plenty of good books available to read through on google books, but good luck finding the really good ones through sites online, only a small handful of people even know what they are.
reading ebooks SUCKS. call me crazy but i prefer sitting on my couch with a paperback
PDF file & print it out. For lifting/nutrition articles and ebooks I do this all the time. For novels, though I agree. Gotta have a real book.:icon_chee
yeah true printing them can work out all right
nothing like the real thing tho, printed pdf's are often blurry, well the one i saw was
I just picked up a copy of Muscle Logic at Borders on clearance for $2.
Sorry to bump an ancient thread ...but didn't want to create a new one either.
Has anyone here read "Strength and Power in Sport" edited by Paavo Komi?
The second edition is dated 2003 and the info inside looks very thorough. I would appreciate to hear an opinion on it before picking it up (being 544 pages!).
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