Elite Athletic Development 3 Seminar DVDs (Mike Robertson)


If you've ever seen Mike Robertson in action, you know what to expect. In these videos from the seminar - 12 hours in total - the team shares insights on the following areas :

And a whole lot more. Elite Athletic Development 3 Seminar DVDs.

NB : We first looked at this one in the weekly Strength & Fitness Newsletter (part of the Strength Kit). If you'd like to have it sent to you automatically (free!) each week, just add your email here.

We also discuss a number of training-related books. If you're looking for the full list of the ones I recommend personally, swing by Goodreads. Great site.

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Straight to the Bar 2012 : Strength-Training Resources.

We've noted a number of superb resources in the newsletter this year. Here are a few personal favourites.

Report from the Big Seminar Part I: Lecture Notes.On October 27 2007, I attended the Big Seminar at Total Performance Sports in Everett, MA. Featured speakers Alwyn Cosgrove, CJ Murphy, Jim Wendler and Jason Ferruggia were joined by surprise guest Dave Tate. This was my second visit to TPS; I had attended a seminar there in June 2007* and enjoyed it enough to start budgeting for a return visit almost immediately.
Bilateral Breathing whilst Swimming.

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Book Review : We're Working Out.

A Zen Approach to Everyday Fitness.

Looking At : Nov 20, 2016.

During the past week we've discussed a number of great links; on Google+, Twitter, Nuzzel and so on. Here are a few of my favourites.

TGIF : weekly round-up (WE Fri 9 Mar 07).It's been a busy week here at Straight to the Bar. Amid the madness : Articles : The New York Times kicks off with 'How to Grow a Super-Athlete', Rocannon discusses the stocking of an outdoor gym and Joel Marion...

Of course, if you enjoyed these, I'd highly recommend grabbing the Strength & Fitness Newsletter. Delivered weekly, and absolutely free.

(there's also a Daily Update, if you're looking for an even larger dose of training-related goodness.)

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