Plyometric Anatomy


Derek Hansen, Steve Kennelly, “Plyometric Anatomy”
Spalding’s Baseball Guide and Official League Book for 1889 by Henry Chadwick
James V. Moffatt – Wrestlers At The Trials: Their stories of trying to make the US Olympic wrestling team 1960-1988
No Hunger In Paradise: The Players. The Journey. The Dream by Michael Calvin
Snowshoeing: From Novice to Master by Gene Prater

Derek Hansen, Steve Kennelly, “Plyometric Anatomy”

ISBN: 1492533491 | 2017 | EPUB | 264 pages | 10 MB
players, coaches, and trainers rely on plyometrics to develop power, agility, speed, strength, body control, balance, and overall athletic performance. With this authoritative guide on plyometrics, you can too!
In Plyometric Anatomy, authors Derek Hansen, coach and consultant to elite athletes and professional and collegiate sports teams, and Steve Kennelly, assistant head athletic trainer for the New York Football Giants, share the training they’ve used to propel athletes at all levels to success. They present 94 plyometric exercises, with 78 variations that increase in difficulty for continued development over time. Each exercise is fully illustrated with detailed anatomical art to showcase the muscles that are activated during the drill, so you can clearly see how the exercise contributes to improved performance.
You’ll also find unique plyometric exercises and variations that combine upper- and lower-body muscles in a single drill to better simulate complex sport-specific movements. Plus, considerations such as the impact of performing the drills on various surfaces, commonly used equipment, and use of external loads are included to make sure you get the most from your training.
With comprehensive coverage and expert insights, Plyometric Anatomy takes the guesswork out of training and provides the best tool to help you achieve dynamic strength and explosive power. It is the ultimate illustrative resource for maximizing athletic power production.

Spalding’s Baseball Guide and Official League Book for 1889 by Henry Chadwick

English | Mar. 6, 2015 | ISBN: 1508762074 | 187 Pages | PDF | 0.40 MB
“Spalding’s Baseball Guide” again greets the baseball public with the official records of America’s national game, baseball. First issued in 1877, it has grown in popularity, has been enlarged and improved from year to year, and is now the recognized authority upon baseball matters. The statistics contained in the baseball guide can be relied upon, nearly all of them having been compiled from official records.

James V. Moffatt – Wrestlers At The Trials: Their stories of trying to make the US Olympic wrestling team 1960-1988

Exit Zero Publishing | 2007 | ISBN: 0979905109 | English | 196 pages | PDF | 36.53 MB
Wrestlers At The Trials is a powerful collection of stories about 90 remarkable wrestlers – in their own words. These amateur wrestlers from the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s had a common goal…to make the US Olympic wrestling team. Their compelling stories – most of which have never been told until now – reveal their ordeals: fighting backroom politics and racial prejudices; surviving weight-cutting countdowns and physical training beyond – way beyond – normal boundaries. From the tongues of Blubaugh, Douglas, Owings, Gable, Farrell, Schalles, Kemp, Mills, Schultz, Fraser, Monday and many other great wrestlers…read their stories of glorious achievements and punishing defeats.

No Hunger In Paradise: The Players. The Journey. The Dream by Michael Calvin

English | April 20th, 2017 | ASIN: B01LZDW9IM, ISBN: 1780896301, 1784756113 | 461 pages | EPUB | 2.16 MB
Award-winning author of The Nowhere Men and Living on the Volcano is back to complete his football trilogy with a new book that tells the inside story of becoming a professional footballer.
“What’s your dream, son?”
A six year-old boy, head bowed, mumbles the eternal answer: “Be a footballer….” Steadman Scott, football’s most unlikely talent scout, smiles indulgently, and takes him in from the street. He knows the odds. Only 180 of the 1.5 million boys who play organised youth football in England will become a Premier League pro. That’s a success rate of 0.012 per cent.
How and why do the favoured few make it? What separates the good from the great? Who should they trust – the coach, the agent or their parents?
Michael Calvin provides the answers on a journey from non-league grounds to hermetically sealed Premier League palaces, via gang-controlled sink estates and the England team’s inner sanctum. He interviews decision makers, behavioural specialists, football agents and leading coaches. He shares the hopes and fears of players and their parents. He exposes bullying and a black economy in which children are commodities, but remains true to the dream.

Snowshoeing: From Novice to Master by Gene Prater

English | 2006 | ASIN: B00D3OC90Y, ISBN: 0898868912 | 207 pages | EPUB | 6.13 MB
Completely revised, the fifth edition of Snowshoeing teaches you how to navigate through snow-clad woods, compete in races, and climb to new summits with easily-learned snowshoeing techniques.
This classic how-to snowshoeing manual has all the latest information on snowshoeing equipment, from various types of snowshoes to bindings and clothing. Discover techniques for all types of terrain and snow conditions, plus information on conditioning, cross-training, and even snowshoe racing.
Snowshoeing also includes a chapter on the history of snowshoeing, information on navigation and route finding, camping, gauging snow conditions, and winter safety, with emphasis on the dangers of avalanches.

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