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Strength and conditioning for all ages
Posted on 21 July 2011 by Faridah Jumaatud-din (Librarian)

  • Author(s): Mark Salandra
    Publisher: Strengthcondition.com
    ISBN: 9780578035666

    Motivational and educational reading that will provide you a blue print plan on how to reach your physical and mental goals. Starting with how to change your state of mind and understanding the power of visualization to designing a comprehensive strength and conditioning program to meet your needs. Educational information on strength training for children that answers all the questions parents have for the safe and proper way to design a strength training program for their children. Proper nutrition is the key to a strong and healthy body. Understanding the way the body burns food for energy will give you the competitive edge to fuel your body in a way that can increase your performance and maximize your energy for increased power, strength, speed and agility. Athletes looking for that extra edge to increase their performance in their specific sports will receive a guided plan on how to design a well structured strength and conditioning program that will help increase their overall performance in any sport. It is never too late for adults to get in shape and begin a strength training program. Adults can benefit from a regular workout program that will help increase bone density and flexibility. Designing exercises that will help in overall strength and combined with a cardio program will help increase your entire fitness level and reduce the risk of injuries.


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