Aimed at recreational athletes, fitness enthusiasts and anyone with an interest in strength training, this work provides current and accurate information on all aspects of muscle strength and development. A range of flexible programme options and exercises using machines, free weights and other apparatus allow the reader to customise training to suit personal preferences and individual strength goals. It is suitable for newcomers to strength training, as well as those looking to fine-tune an existing programme.
The US National Strength and Conditioning Association is the leading authority on strength and conditioning. For 28 years, the NSCA has bridged science and application to provide reliable, research-based, strength and conditioning information to its members and the general public. With nearly 33,000 members around the globe, the NSCA is the largest health and fitness association in the world.
National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA)