Sports science is simple—you just keep working out for 30 years while continuously scrutinizing your results.
What? You don’t have that much time?
Then start out by exploring 12 Strength and Conditioning Books for Elite Athletes and Their Coaches.
Strength and Conditioning Books
Years and decades were spent in order to write and publish a myriad of books on strength and conditioning training. Then, hours were spent to pick out the cream of the crop.
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A lot has changed since Austrian Oak won his last Mr. Olympia.
Back then there was nearly no such thing as the science of training. Nowadays, you don’t need to be a pioneer to build an incredible physique. At least not with these 12 Strength and Conditioning Books for Elite Athletes and Their Coaches.
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Eddie Johnson is an ex-bodybuilder, fitness addict, writer, editor and founder of Anabolic Bodies. Also a proud father of two boys and passionate about bodybuilding, nutrition, and the science behind modern-day supplementation.