«A SMARTER RECOVERY» AND «ANATOMY OF STRENGTH TRAINING WITH KETTLEBELLS» – Technical sports magazine Sport Training

The TUTOR publishing house presents us with two new features:

“SMARTER RECOVERY: A practical guide to maximizing performance results” “ANATOMY OF STRENGTH TRAINING WITH KETTLEBELLS: An illustrated guide to improving strength, mobility and performance.”

▶ “SMARTER RECOVERY: A practical guide to maximizing performance results”

Many publications dedicated to health, wellness and fitness emphasize the importance of good training, overlooking rest and recovery after practice. Without proper recovery, you will not be fully prepared for the next work session or reap the full benefits of training. This book is a pioneering work addressing this crucial aspect for performance; provides evidence-based information and practical advice to effectively integrate recovery as an essential step into your sports routine.

Renowned trainer and fitness expert Pete McCall explains everything you need to maximize your recovery, feel your best, and perform at your best. With 58 exercises and stretches for recovery and mobility, this book offers guidelines on which tools are useful and how and when to use them effectively. You’ll also learn the importance of nutrition and sleep in recovery and how to create a long-term plan to help you feel your best.

Author:

Pete McCall He is the Director of Training at E ˉ oS Fitness, host of the All About Fitness podcast, strength coach, and fitness trainer. He is certified as a personal trainer by the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), and holds the CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist) certification from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

Frequently cited as a fitness expert in publications such as the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, UT San Diego Union Tribune, Time, Men’s Fitness, SELF, Glamour, US News & World Report and Shape magazine, McCall is a treasured source of information. accurate and detailed on how to get results with exercise. In addition to working with private clients and teaching group fitness classes, he has over a decade of experience training personal trainers around the world, including teaching for ACE and NASM.

McCall has been an exercise physiologist for ACE, where he helped create the Integrated Fitness Training (ACE IFT) model, write the ACE Personal Trainer Manual, and develop educational workshops on metabolic conditioning, movement-based training, and youth fitness. He is a lead trainer for Core Health & Fitness (parent company of Nautilus, StairMaster, Star Trac and Schwinn), a content contributor for 24 Hour Fitness, and an adjunct professor of Exercise Science at Mesa Community College and San Diego State University. He has delivered wellness education talks for the US Navy (at Naval Air Station North Island), the White House, the World Bank, the International Firefighters Association and Reebok.

McCall earned a master’s degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion from the California University of Pennsylvania, and is a Fellow in Applied Functional Science from the Gray Institute.

MORE INFO AND BUY THE BOOK: A smarter recovery | Tutor Editions

▶ «ANATOMY OF STRENGTH TRAINING WITH KETTLEBELLS: illustrated guide to improve strength, mobility and performance».

Unlike a dumbbell or barbell, in which the weight is distributed evenly at both ends, the kettlebell has an asymmetrical design and a displaced center of gravity. Compensating for uneven loading requires you to exert greater effort when performing the exercise, thereby increasing strength, mobility, and stability. In this book you will examine 50 exercises in depth, with color anatomical illustrations showing the primary and secondary muscles and connective tissues used in their execution.

You will also find step-by-step instructions on how to perform the exercise, safety tips, and variations to modify it according to your needs and goals. The “Exercise Approach” section shows how these apply to specific sports and activities. In addition, the chapter dedicated to mobility exercises will help you reestablish the neuromuscular patterns necessary for your training session, to help you move better and prepare for subsequent training.

Author:

He Dr. Michael Hartle He is a chiropractor. He is certified as a Nutritionist (DACBN), Chiropractic Sports Physiotherapist (CCSP), and Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He is also a StrongFirst Certified Master Instructor with StrongFirst (StrongFirst.com). He teaches barbell and kettlebell certification courses throughout the US and other countries. He was a powerlifter and has won several national titles with USA Powerlifting (USAPL). In his 27 years of professional practice he has treated everyone from children to the elderly, he has trained and advised athletes of all levels, from young athletes to NCAA students and professional athletes.

MORE INFO AND BUY THE BOOK: Anatomy of strength training with kettlebells | Tutor Editions

2024-05-20 09:03:51
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