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27 Jan RT 158 | Training Resources From My Personal Library

In this week’s episode, I’ll share some of the training and performance resources that I have in my own personal library.

Whether you’re a fitness enthusiast or strength athlete looking to enhance your training or a coach looking for the extra edge, I’ll give you a brief overview of 2 great resources to consider.

And, be sure to listen to this week’s show and find out how you can WIN one on them!

These are 2 resources that I personally own and can help you:

  • Get stronger with a pair of kettlebells
  • Progress safety and systematically with double kettlebells
  • Learn simple and effective programming
  • Discover why movement is the baseline for physical development
  • Understand the importance of quality movement and the Functional Movement Screen (FMS)
  • Apply the FMS to prevent injury and restore movement

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Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about strength training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
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