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Old 02-19-2007, 07:41 PM   #12
R. Alan Hester
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Originally Posted by Robb Wolf View Post
I've only looked at this book:
http://www.amazon.com/Wrestling-Phys.../dp/0870950436

Once but it recommends a combination of gymnastics drills, OL's, sprints...even mixing all these modalities. Publish date? 1974. I may have to nut up and pay the $189 for that little gem.
I just got the abovementioned book, Wrestling Physical Conditioning Encyclopedia, today through inter-library loan. Either Jesse is related to Nostradamus, or nothing in fitness is new. Nonetheless, I will attempt to post a comprehensive review after I plow through all 300+ pages. At first glance, I am impressed with the amount of information regarding mixed-modality programming that includes: the use of sandbags and dumbbells, and intervals, rings, bars, barbells, medballs, etc.

Alan
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