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Physically Incorrect

Physically Incorrect

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Charles Staley’sApproach to the Training Sciences
 
PHYSICALLYINCORRECT
DISCLAIMER
Please note that the author and publisher of this book are NOT RESPONSI-BLE in any manner whatsoever for any injury that may result from practic-ing the techniques and/or following the instructions given within. Since thephysical activities described herein may be too strenuous in nature forsome readers to engage in safely, it is essential that a physician be con-sulted prior to training.First published in 2001 byMyo DynamicsCopyright ©2001 byMyo DynamicsAll rights reserved. No part of this publication may bereproduced or utilizedin any form or by any means, electronic ormechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by anyinformation storage and retrieval system, without prior writtenpermission fromMyo Dynamics.Distributed by:Myo DynamicsP.O. Box 370022Las Vegas, NV, 89137(800) 519-2492First editionPrinted in the United States of America
Physically Incorrect
 
Table of Contents
Introduction by Charles Staley...............................................................1Unique Features of This E-book.............................................................3InterviewsFighting Arts Interview.................................................................4Testosterone Interview...............................................................12Foundations and PrinciplesGoal Orientation: Venturing Into Uncharted Athletic Territory............19Understanding Training Foundation...............................................28Warming up to a Great Workout...................................................31There is No Best Way..................................................................41Quality Has a Quantity All Its Own................................................47Sets and Reps...........................................................................52Training by the Numbers.............................................................63Training ArticlesCustomizing Your Workouts for Maximum Results...........................69The Final Rep: Re-evaluating the Practice of ‘Training to Failure’........74Acceleration: The Middle Path to Renewed Lifting Progress...............83The Law of Sustainable Progression..............................................91Pressed for Time: Life Management Skills for Bodybuilders...............98Maximize Your Efficiency...........................................................106Prove Me Wrong!.....................................................................109Success by Design....................................................................111Get Out of the Rut!...................................................................118Slow Versus Explosive Lifting: The Controversy Continues..............125HumorFitness Follies..........................................................................132Ghandi: Indian God of Bodybuilding............................................138Bench Pressing Your Way to Great Hamstrings..............................138Truth or Fiction? A Look at Bodybuilding Maxims...........................143Training Programs & StrategiesCreative Applications of Circuit Training.......................................150Mixed Qualities Training for Anaerobic Events...............................159Quality Strength for Human Athletic Performance.........................176Convergent Phase Training........................................................195Endurance and Cardiovascular ExerciseA Basic Primer on Endurance Training..........................................212Re-evaluating the Value of Aerobic Training Part I..........................222Re-evaluating the Value of Aerobic Training Part II........................226Martial Arts TrainingHow NOT to Weight Train for Martial Arts.....................................229
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