What are the best strength training books? This definitive list holds all the answers. It goes without saying that these books are must-haves for any serious strength coach but many are also essential for athletes or anyone that’s interested in learning about strength or getting stronger.
We are pleased to be supporting Setanta College and their upcoming Speed and Acceleration Masterclass event with two of the worlds leading sprint coaches and Human Kinetics authors Loren Landow and Ian Jeffreys.
Does sled towing actually improve sprint speed and if so what is the optimum overload for the highest power output without harming running technique?
Want to know which power training methods you should be adding to your workout? Developing Power from the NSCA is the perfect guide to answer that question.
Explore the use of the weightlifting exercises and their derivatives across mesocycles to enhance the force-velocity profile and performance of athletes.
We are pleased to announce that we will be attending the UKSCA Annual Conference. It takes place from 4th – 6th August at the Jurys Inn Hinckley Island Hotel, Leicestershire.
The General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS) model, forms the basis of many discussions regarding the monitoring of physiological stress.
The great guys at bookstore giant Foyles have hand-picked a selection of our Strength and Conditioning titles to use as part of a seasonal end promotion in their flagship Charing Cross Road branch.