Scientific Principles of Strength Training


  • A comprehensive PDF guide the various training principles, what they mean, how they interact with each other, and how you can use them to design your own programming for strength sports
  • Authored by an expert team of PhD professors, researchers, and high level competitive athletes
  • Your ultimate guide to learning how to more effectively and efficiently create training programs to ensure you are getting the most out of your own training and creating programs for others
Sold By: Starting Strongman Store


What will I learn from this eBook?

  • Specificity

  • Overload

  • Fatigue Management

  • SRA

  • Variation

  • Phase Potentiation

  • Individual Differences

  • Various powerlifting periodization schemes and their strengths/weaknesses

  • Myths, Fallacies and Fads in Powerlifting

What makes the Scientific Principles of Strength Training so successful at achieving training results?

With so much information and misinformation available now about nutrition, you need sources you can trust. The authors of Scientific Principles of Strength Training combine scientific expertise with practical knowledge.

Dr. Mike Israetel, PhD in Sport Physiology and professor of Exercise Science at Temple University, was the lead author in creating this book.

Also co-authored by Dr. James Hoffman, PhD, CSCS, a professor of Exercise Science at Temple University and a lifetime athlete, having reached high levels of competition in Rugby, American Football, and Wrestling.

Also co-authored by Chad Wesley Smith, one of the top 10 raw powerlifters of all-time. Chad is also an incredibly successful coach for all sorts of different athletes. He is also the owner of Juggernaut Training Systems.

Do you offer refunds?

There are no refunds on our ebooks. All sales are final.

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eBooks are sent out shortly after order is completed. Please be sure to check your Spam, Promotions, or Updates folder as sometimes the eBooks are sent there.


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