In this article, we've examined and evaluated the top books on Olympic weightlifting and strength training using advice from international authorities, sales statistics, and reviews from millions of readers. This list can be useful and helpful for all levels of athletes from different strength sports, S&C, weightlifting, bodybuilding, powerlifting coaches and fitness fans.
Every athlete who works out regularly ultimately experiences discomfort or an injury that prevents them from performing to their maximum capabilities. Every athlete should be able to take the necessary precautions to treat these small wounds. Dr. Aaron Horschig is aware of your suffering and annoyance. Dr. Horschig has been an Olympic weightlifter for more than ten years, so he is aware of how discouraging it can be to get a back injury three weeks before a major competition or to experience knee pain that prevents you from heavy squatting for weeks. Dr. Horschig's career as a physiotherapist, S&C and weightlifting coach has culminated in Rebuilding Milo. It includes all the information he has learned over the previous ten years while helping many of the top athletes. You may overcome your issues with discomfort and injury by reading this book, which is written for anyone who regularly works out in the weight room. It guides you through basic screenings and tests to identify the mobility issue that is the source of your pain. You will be able to design a rehab program using the instructions in this book once you have determined the source of the injury. Finally, you'll be heading in the proper direction to get rid of discomfort and resume your favorite sports.
Some of you might know that I competed in both weightlifting and powerlifting. My first weightlifting coach was two-time Olympian Wes Barnett. Louie Simmons had the most influence on my powerlifting career. Having competed in both sports gives me a unique advantage for bridging the gap between the two. I have also coached athletes to major success in both sports. 2b1af7f3a8