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Joe D’s [12-Year Anniversary] TOP 12 Books Reviewed!

TOP 6 [practical] TRAINING BOOKS

Part 1 of 2



Here’s a recap of my favorites:

1. Dinosaur TrainingBrooks Kubik  (review starts 1:32 into video)

2. STRENGTH – Joe DeFranco & James Smith  (review starts 3:10 into video)

3. SPEEDJoe DeFranco & James Smith  (review starts 5:05 into video)

4. Ultimate MMA ConditioningJoel Jamieson  (review starts 6:54 into video)

5. Becoming a Supple Leopard – Kelly Starrett  (review starts 8:41 into video)

6. High Performance Training for Sports David Joyce & Daniel Lewindon  (review starts 10:52 into video)

BONUS EBOOK12 Years: 12 EPIC Workouts (limited edition)

 

See you back here tomorrow when I reveal my Top 6 [most practical] Business books in Part 2 of this review series!

Joe D. 

4 Comments

  1. As anyone who has worked in excavation knows, it is a physically demanding job. Between digging trenches, operating heavy machinery and hauling loads of dirt and debris, it is easy to work up a sweat. However, the benefits of all that hard work go beyond simply burning calories. Regular excavation work can lead to significant gains in physical strength. The constant lifting and moving of heavy objects helps to build muscle, and the repetitive nature of many excavation tasks helps to improve coordination and stamina. In addition, working outdoors provides a great opportunity to get some fresh air and Vitamin D. As a result, there is no doubt that working as an excavation contractor can be good for your health.

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