- Paperback: 128 pages
- Publisher: Squat University LLC; 1st edition (30 March 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1540395421
- ISBN-13: 978-1540395429
- Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 0.8 x 25.4 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 358 g
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The Squat Bible: The Ultimate Guide to Mastering the Squat and Finding Your True Strength Paperback – 30 Mar 2017
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Dr. Aaron Horschig is the founder of SquatUniversity.com. A physical therapist, coach, speaker, and writer, Dr. Horschig is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He works with such athletes as international soccer players, MLB and NFL athletes, national-level Olympic weightlifters, and youth athletes.
Dr. Horschig s writing is published in numerous professional journals. A piece coauthored by Dr. Horschig and Travis Neff appeared in the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy and presented a new way to periodize a weight-training program with the back squat after ACL reconstruction.
A competitive Olympic weightlifter since 2005, Dr. Horschig placed sixth in the 2011 US Nationals. He lives with his wife in Kansas City and practices at Boost Physical Therapy & Sport Performance, where he helps athletes of all ages and skill levels decrease pain and return to the sports they love.
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I owned the colour version of this book and it was fantastic. Like a college text book, the pages were glossy and bright and the pictures were very detailed and in colour.
This b&w paperback version that I picked up to replace that one (which I never got back after a loan) just takes too much away in my opinion. The pages are no longer glossy, they are the same as you would find in a novel. The pictures are black and white, but they are also much lower in quality than in the colour version. This means you lose some of the detail and when you are talking about hard to notice points such as how your foot arches or how to use your toes, this can effect your comprehension.
If you really can't afford the colour version (it can get quite expensive) then I think you could pick up this black and white version relatively fine, but honestly for an extra £10 it really is worth the investment in full colour.
Hopefully in future there might be a digital interactive version?