Bigger, Faster, Stronger

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Human Kinetics, 2009 - Sports & Recreation - 227 pages

Bigger Faster Strongeris now bigger and better than ever! This second edition presents the most popular strength training system for today's high school and college athletes. Establish the solid foundation you need to compete successfully and advance your athletic career.

With the second edition of Bigger Faster Stronger, a program that has led teams to over 320 high school state championships, you will

-learn the fundamental exercise techniques and drills necessary for developing strength, power, agility, and speed for any sport;

-implement a training program that will meet your sport performance needs and modify it to fit your personal goals;

-perform, spot, and coach complex performance-optimizing lifts, including the squat, deadlift, power clean, and bench press;

-improve speed, agility, and flexibility to complement your power; and

-optimize your performance, in the gym or on the field, with nutrition and meal plans for your body's needs.
During the in-season or off-season, the customizable programs can accommodate any sport, and every level of competition. Based on the latest research, and followed by tens of thousands of the nation's top athletes, Bigger Faster Strongercan elevate your play so you can beat the competition!

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About the author (2009)

Greg Shepard is the owner and founder of Bigger Faster Stronger (BFS), which has been providing strength training programs to high schools and colleges for over 30 years. He has coached football at three Division I schools and was a strength and conditioning consultant for the Utah Jazz. He has given more than 500 seminars to coaches and athletes in all 50 states, and more than 9,000 high schools have implemented his BFS program. Shepard is the author of numerous publications, including the BFSprint magazine, which has a circulation of over 500,000 and is distributed to every high school, college, and professional team in the country.

Shepard earned his doctorate in physical education from Brigham Young University. He is the author of four books and 23 videos on sport conditioning. Shepard is married with four children and lives in Provo, Utah.

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