The Strongest Shall Survive: Strength Training for Football
An Encyclopedia of Strength Training
The classic training manual, now in its 6th printing, is once again available to coaches and athletes. The purpose of the book is to help high school and college coaches set up functional strength programs with a minimum of equipment and time. It is also valuable to any athlete who trains on his own and needs direction.
The manual was written by Bill Starr, a national Olympic weightlifting champion, who became one of the first professional strength coaches in the country when he trained the Baltimore Colts the year they won Super Bowl V.
The 224-page reference contains over 200 photos with detailed instructions on how to perform the recommended exercises and put together productive programs from the rank beginner to the advanced athlete.
Includes chapters on: anatomy, kinesiology, flexibility, warming up, rehabilitation, rest, a complete section on sports nutrition.
Author: Bill Starr
Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Five Starr Productions
8th Printing, Revised First Edition (2011)