Advanced Strength Training DVD

Advanced Strength Training DVD

Human Kinetics

$39.95 

Maximize strength gains with scientifically proven training methods demonstrated in the Advanced Strength Training DVD! This DVD shows how to make the most out of your time in the gym by varying both the elements of an individual workout and the types of workouts performed over the course of a week. Learn how to design and safely execute a challenging, high-intensity training program with techniques such as breakdowns, slow reps, partials, pre-exhaustion, negatives, and negative accentuated reps. The high-volume training methods presented will help you utilize traditional multi-set techniques to optimize strength, muscular endurance, and power gains.

This information-rich DVD is perfect for anyone who is serious about strength training and wants a more sophisticated approach. Strength and conditioning coaches and trainers can incorporate the advanced techniques into their athletes’ or clients’ programs.

The DVD is hosted by Dana Brown and Dan Drury. Brown is the Director of the Women’s Exercise Research Center at George Washington University and a former collegiate gymnast. Drury is an assistant professor of exercise physiology at Slippery Rock University and a certified strength and conditioning specialist.

Human Kinetics DVDs are coded for universal playback and can be played in all regions of the world.

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