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  • Drive

    Drive Understanding what motivates those who choose to press on into success versus those who give up at the first challenge can help to understand how to work with anyone, get inside their head, and make them do what you want. Power is great, isn’t it??

  • Essentials of Strength Training & Conditioning: 3rd edition

    Essentials of Strength Training & Conditioning: 3rd edition This is the bible of strength & conditioning. It goes through everything any trainer could need to know about how to work with a client: from anatomical and physiological adaptations, to training principles, to exercise selections. Every trainer and fitness enthusiast should have a copy of this…… Read More

  • Diagnosis & Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndromes

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  • Low Back Disorders

    Low Back Disorders Stuart McGill runs the world quietly from his University of Waterloo lab. Anything and everything written about the function of the low back has come from him. Word.

  • Ultimate Back Fitness & Performance

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  • The No BS Guide to Marketing to the Affluent

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  • Own the Room

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