Supertraining by Yuri Verkhoshansky (Author), Mel Siff (Author). Perhaps the most complete book on strength training ever written! Covers explosive strength. Super Training by Yuri Verkhoshansky and Mel C. Siff. Do you ever wonder if your method of strength training is best? Do you know how shock training affects . 7 Jun What better way to kick off one of our soon-to-be many Hurricane Fitness reviews, which will include books, documentary’s and fitness tools a d.
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Supertraining has been published an updated over nearly two decades. Does anyone know where to get an eBook version?
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If you have a subject you want to focus on, this book makes for an sulertraining reference and can introduce you to areas of training that can be added to to your program. Want to Read saving…. Oct 15, Jeremy rated it it was amazing. There truly is no stone unturned in terms of topics covered, from group to individual training, to periodization, to practical psychology and physiology, to biomechanics and learning.
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Super Training by Yuri Verkhoshansky and Mel C. Siff
If you have experience in the field, and can think for yourself, I think it’s a good, though not only, resource to have at your disposal. Other than that it’s hard mel siff supertraining find any other fault with the book without seeming like I’m nitpicking. Supertraining is the most comprehensive book ever written on strength training for sports. Siff Shea thompson says: To see what your friends thought of this sjpertraining, please sign up. But it took me a year and a half to read!
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This book When combined with the Biomechanics and Kinesiology of Exercise presents probably the most complete picture of the information that is needed for athletes and coaches to develop mel siff supertraining carry out an effective training program. Michael Yessis and Yuri Verkhoshansky in translating Russian studies and coaching texts and writing books together themselves.
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When first getting it, the book can be overwhelming and take some time to get through. Supertraining is serious sports science complete with confusing charts, wiff, etc.
Supertraining by Mel C. Siff
Verkhoshansky and Siff are also sometimes a little too ‘scientific’ for a casual coach, using terminology like ‘the motor apparatus’ instead of simply saying the ‘body’ supertraininng ‘arm’. To ask other readers questions about Supertrainingplease sign up. In fact mel siff supertraining who I know, that read the book, have used both mel siff supertraining those sentences to describe the text. But any strength coach should be familiar with its principles and as a reference it is invaluable.
Rocio Dimilta rated it it was amazing Sep 08, Steve Troutman rated it it was amazing Feb 19, Supertrauning can also get a bit annoying when the book quotes something along the lines of ‘the author found that plyometrics