Former Soviet Special Forces instructor and Subject Matter Expert to elite US miliary and law enforcement special operations units, Pavel Tsatsouline began the kettlebell revolution to the West in 1998. Pavel delivers on this simplistic guide to creating a sinister workout that rocks you to your core. The guided instruction in this book is anything but basic, in fact, it's a guided training circuit with Pavel himself.
Dr. Stuart McGill brings you a complete description of a 5-stage program on back fitness and performance that allows you to understand what helps, what hurts, and why. Recognizing and re-patterning perturbed motor programs and progressions on the enhancement of stability, endurance, continuing through the program into stretch, power, and agility training. Every bit is well illustrated and instructive, bringing a general approach to understanding the unique individuals activities, sports, and discovering how to identify the critical components needing specific focus in an individual's back.
James Earls and Thomas Meyers joined together to bring a detailed introduction to structural anatomy and fascial release therapy, including postural analysis, as well as complete technique descriptions, and the art of proper assessment of a patient through "body-reading". Delivering a convincing argument that approaching the fascia and manipulating the soft tissue to reduce ongoing aches and pains requires "a different eye, a different touch, and tissue-specific techniques".
Chip Heath and Dan Heath help us to embrace the four elements: elevation, insight, pride, and connection. Delving into mysteries of our experiences, the left over why's, allowing readers to discover how brief experiences can change lives.
David Epstein brings you this New York Times Bestseller, the Sports Gene, to determine whether genetics dominate sports or if a normal individual could overcome their biological limits through sheer force of will and obsessive training to take on the greats. This controversial exploration of athletic success and the so-called 10,000-hour rule, Epstein tackles the great nature vs. nurture debate and traces how far science has come to solving it.