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Interview with Vladimir Zatsiorsky


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Bryan Smith of Somerset Fitness did this interview with Vladimir Zatsiorsky and I felt compelled to share it with you. If you aren’t familiar with Zatsiorsky, you need to be. Zatsiorsky is the author of Science and Practice of Strength Training, which is one of the seminal texts in all of physical preparation training. He now serves as a professor of Kinesiology at Penn State University. Please take the time to watch this hour long interview as Zatsiorsky discusses the Soviet coaching education model, special strength training, youth athletic training models and so much more…

 

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