Strength Training for Goalkeepers
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Strength Training for Goalkeepers

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In 'Strength Training for Goalkeepers' ex-professional footballer and renowned strength coach Paul Webb distils over 20 years of knowledge into a book designed to train goalkeepers to become stronger, faster, more explosive, and more resistant to injury.

The method Paul uses is simple, and focused, yet extremely effective and unlike the vast majority of training programmes available has - at its core - the health of the athlete front and centre!

Discover how to put all the pieces in place to become the strongest, most powerful, mentally strong, and hostile athlete you can possibly be!

What you will learn:

> Understand what you need to do to become the Strongest and Best Conditioned Athlete you can be

> Details Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced Training and Full Body Programmes

> Dozens of Exercises including Goblet Squats, Sumo Deadlifts and Turkish Get Ups explained so you can start Getting Strong Fast

> Contains more than 200 photos that show you how to complete individual exercises

> Learn All About The 'Forgotten Workout' - Recovery!

> Dedicated Content on Nutrition and Supplements

> Recognise the Importance of Mental Strength in Achieving Your Goals

Please Note: There is a level of content overlap between books in this series, so please choose the most appropriate book for you.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 12mm | 404g
  • Birmingham, United Kingdom
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1910515027
  • 9781910515020
  • 558,884

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