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Over the years strength coaches have continually sought out the most efficient exercises to build strength and power in their athletes. These exercises are the ones that always produce results and always enable the athlete and fitness enthusiast to make gains. Each one of us has our own favorites and the ones in listed in this manual are mine. They have never failed to improve the strength of my athletes or those who simply want to get into better physical condition.

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Introduction

There is a consensus within the ranks of professional strength coaches that placing stress on the largest muscle groups, with an appropriate overload, will result in the greatest development of strength. The difficulty of this practice lies in deciding which exercises to choose for the individual trainee.

Over the years strength coaches have continually sought out the most efficient exercises to help build strength and power in their athletes. These exercises are the ones that always produce results and always enable the athlete and fitness enthusiast to make gains. Each one of us has our own favorites and the ones in listed in this manual are mine. They have never failed to improve the strength of my athletes or those who simply want to get into better physical condition.

The following exercises most effectively train the major muscle groups of the body. Each one I’ve listed includes a few comments.

Unlike other strength manuals I have written, this one will not contain a great deal of scientific or technical content such as anatomy, physiology or theory of strength training and practice. Instead, it will simply list, with short comments, the absolute best strength exercises you can do to get awfully strong and powerful. It will be a fast read.

The make up of a resistance training program

Starting a training program shouldn’t be more complicated than just throwing on a pair of shoes or heading off to the gym for a few sets of squats or bench presses. As long as your body is receiving a positive stimulus it will attempt to overcome the stress placed on it.

If you are sedentary and have never exercised before then this may work for a while. After a short time the body adapts to the stimulus and stops making positive progress because it accommodates to the new level of activity. Continual gains in the gym require planning and forethought if you are to achieve your fitness goals. And this means designing a solid