8 edition of Power training for sport found in the catalog.
Power training for sport
Tudor O. Bompa
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Tudor O. Bompa ; illustrations by Gineta Stoenescu.|
|Contributions||Coaching Association of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||96932270|
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Tudor Bompa's Power Training for Sport is informative along anatomical lines, but erroneous otherwise. This book promotes dangerous training techniques that offer very little for athletic improvement. For those who read this book and practice plyometrics, I pray for your by: Sports Power provides all the tools to build sport-specific power and allow you to attain the highest level of performance.
Every sport has unique power demands. Whether it's explosive running and jumping, a quick burst out of the starting block, or contacting and moving an opponent, developing the right proportion of strength and speed is crucial to optimizing athletic power/5(4).
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