Minimalist Guide to Functional Strength

Minimalist Guide to Functional Strength : Transform Your Body and Your Life!

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Get a 20% discount on the trade paperback book edition of the Minimalist Guide to Functional Strength! Visit the createspace e-store and use this 8-letter discount code at checkout - H37Z2ZU8 E-store - https: // With time, patience, proper strength training, proper nutrition, and proper attention to lifestyle factors, almost anyone can transform their body and their life. Hard work builds not just strength, but willpower and confidence as well. This book contains plenty of advice on proper training for functional, real world strength. Many different types of exercises are covered, including gymnastics, progressive calisthenics, and sandbag training. This book is based on my continuing research and teaching experience. I believe in continuously updating one's knowledge base and expertise, and as such, I am constantly refining my teaching methods. As such, this book is intended to represent the most up to date information possible regarding how I teach strength training to my students. Keep in mind that this book is not meant to be a comprehensive text on strength training, fitness, and health. Consult your physician before starting an exercise program, and be sure to contact a certified fitness trainer to help you discover a nutrition and exercise plan that suits your lifestyle and individual needs. Thank you for your interest in the Minimalist Guide to Functional Strength. I hope you enjoy reading the book!
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  • Paperback | 156 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 9.14mm | 294.83g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508504628
  • 9781508504627

About MR Owen Johnston

I am a personal trainer with over 10 years of teaching experience. My passion for fitness started at about the same time I began actively training in my martial arts. I trained with many athletes over the years, and learned about many types of strength and conditioning, but progressive calisthenics became my primary passion. I finally became certified as a personal trainer in March 2013. I became a PCC instructor in 2014, after attending the progressive calisthenics certification workshop in Alexandria, VA. I have served as a personal trainer, strength and conditioning coach at Olympia Gymnastics in Moncks Corner, SC since April 2014 and as a gymnastics coach since August 2014. For more about my classes, qualifications, and experience, visit - http: //
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