Strongman training – a rationale for its inclusion in S&C: part 2

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Arran McManus with Jamie O’Driscoll, Damian Coleman & Jim Wiles

This article – the second of a two-part series – aims to evaluate the integration of strongman-based exercises within the practice of strength and conditioning. It should give the reader a clear understanding of the specific physiological and biomechanical traits of each of the exercises discussed in Part 1. This information will then be used to discuss their amalgamation within traditional-based exercises within the planning of a periodised programme for strength and conditioning practitioners.


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