Our Customers and Reviewers Tell You About Science of Sports Training
“I just finished reading your Science of Sports Training and it is the best sports training book I have read in the past ten years. It is based on facts and scientific studies–not trainers or athletes opinion, or for that matter what works for them. Thanks for taking my training in a new direction.”
David L. Bowen
Pawtucket, Rhode Island
“This type of integrated information is sorely needed in this country. Very comprehensive and well-thought out.”
Walt Reynolds, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA)
East Lansing, Michigan
“A must read.
“A lot of this book has to be read in context, and it isn’t a textbook on how to get better at playing a certain sport and it isn’t a textbook on the mechanics of the body. These can be found in most local library’s many times over.
“What it covers is the planning and control of training for peak performance, i.e., it tells you finer points that are often missed, for example, how to cope with jet lag isn’t going to be a problem if you don’t travel, but for major athletes travelling is a part of the course which isn’t touched in most books.
“This book does need to be studied, not flicked through.”
Stourbridge, United Kingdom
“This is a must have book for anyone who wants to understand about sports training. This book gives you a general guide that can help you in any sport.
“This book is not about specific sports training or how to train in a specific manner. Its about understanding methods of training to reach peak performance with as little effort as possible.
“This book is comprehensive, but some topics could be expanded upon like nutrition.
“I have learned a great deal about this book. Without it, I would be seriously hurting myself. There is info that can change the way you train for the sake of safety and improvement.”
Hai D. Vo
“You don’t read this book, you study it.”
Santa Barbara, California
“This is a successful compilation of both the Eastern European and Western knowledge of the theory of sports training. Coaches, athletes, and students of sports training and physical education will greatly benefit from the information presented in this book.”
Józef Drabik, Ph.D., Professor of Theory of Sports
University School of Physical Education (AWF), Gdansk, Poland