During Lindsay’s senior year, Pavel and I wrote a book on the simplicity of strength training. It is called “Easy Strength” and is considered by many to be a “game changing” book in the strength field. And I expand on that in this post, Even Easier Strength.
Course Corrections for the Athlete and Trainer You have two choices: 1. Be lucky enough in middle school, junior high or early high school to be taught the step-by-step instructions in the Olympic lifts, powerlifting, kettlebells, tumbling, flexibility, mobility and basic body movements 2. Apply Intervention For most of us, it is option two. And….
This is Dan John’s new bulking guidebook for those who need to build strength and size. This is a 7×9 inch, spiral bound lay-flat book consisting of 119 pages of text, followed by a 6-week training log. Tried and true, Dan describes exactly what’s to be done to add mass — what, when and why…..
Book by Dan John; This review page by Laree Draper Introduction by Pavel Tsatsouline; Foreword by Dave Draper You know how it is when you’re reading an article, you come to the end and even though the author’s points were made — the story’s complete — you just don’t want it to end? That’s how….
DVD review commentary written by Laree Draper The first of the four DVDs filmed during our June 2009 IronOnline weekend in Draper, Utah, this two-dvd lecture (2 hrs, 18 min) covers what Dan considers the most important aspects of strength training for the athlete, as well as the general fitness enthusiast. Told with humor and….