03 May RT 208 | Strength (Book) Club – 3 Must Read Strength And Performance Books

Welcome to “strength club.” In this week’s show, I take time out to review 3 recent strength and performance books I’ve read that can truly make a difference.

As you may know, I am a voracious reader and I wanted to take this episode to share my own perspective and key learnings from 3 amazing strength training books.

I’ll also share specific ideas on how you can become a learning machine and give you my own key takeaways from 3 important books.

I’ll tell you why these are important additions to your education and development.

Please let me know what you think about this episode and post your comments or feedback below as I consider how (and if) I’ll do future shows like this.

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2 Comments
  • Ian
    Posted at 14:28h, 04 May Reply

    I enjoyed this podcast, as usual, lots of tidbits of info to take away. The quote for Dan John’s book about doing a few things really good, reminds me of a Martial Arts quote – “Fear the man who practices one technique a thousand times, not the man who practices a thousand techniques once”

    • Scott
      Posted at 14:54h, 10 May Reply

      Thanks Ian. I’m a big fan of that Bruce Lee quote, as well.

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