Required Reading for a Trainer?

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  1. Probably get grilled for this but Arnold's book of Modern Bodybuilding. I still enjoy it


  2. Just a fun read
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  3. Look up stuff on fascial release. So often people focus in working the muscle but not the fascia and it causes all sorts of problems later on. Learn the pec release and rhomboid release as it goes hand in hand with inverted shoulders that you see a lot in today's society with everyone being at computers all day. Not sure of any good books for it off the top of y head but if you google it I'm sure you'll find a bunch if good stuff

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    CC

  4. Quote Originally Posted by mmorton View Post
    Probably get grilled for this but Arnold's book of Modern Bodybuilding. I still enjoy it
    Not really a required read for a strength trainer though, lol
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz

    Not really a required read for a strength trainer though, lol
    I noticed that right after I said it lol
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  6. I think my next major book purchase will be Supertraining.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    I think my next major book purchase will be Supertraining.
    It's a relatively boring read with a lot more theory than practicum. Nothing negative about that, but don't expect a lot of implementation of the information.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys


  8. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post

    It's a relatively boring read with a lot more theory than practicum. Nothing negative about that, but don't expect a lot of implementation of the information.
    I planned it to be one of my next as well. Hopefully it isn't TOO boring to read

  9. I like to see how things work, so theory is great. Plus I can create my own theories with more information. If it sucks I already know I can put it on eBay...
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by mmorton View Post
    Probably get grilled for this but Arnold's book of Modern Bodybuilding. I still enjoy it
    Starting Strength is the best book.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by Quatie View Post
    Starting Strength is the best book.
    It's a good book for beginners, but is in no way the best book.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys


  12. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    You definitely were not kidding, I might have to take out a loan to buy those 3 lol.
    Find older editions and used online.
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  13. Go here...
    The Tight Tan Slacks of Dezso Ban

    Scroll to bottom and hit all the old dates/articles
    This site has tons of stuff, links and all kinds of great articles.
    Fun photos too...!
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