ACADEMIC CONCEPTS MEET REAL-WORLD APPLICATION
Learn the High-Level Muscle Science, Physics, and Biomechanics Principles to Give Your Athletes the Fastest and Safest Progress Possible
STRENGTH PHD: LENOIR-RHYNE EDITION
World Champion and world-class coach Travis Mash joins with LRU's Dr. Alex Koch and Dr. Keith Leiting to bring you a virtual PhD class in strength. Master the muscle science, physics, and biomechanics knowledge to get your athletes faster and stronger. This guide contains:
- See the theoretical concepts meet real-world application so you can transform the performance of your athletes.
- Expose the myths and reinforce the truths so you can program with confidence and make definitive improvement in the musculature, nervous system, and connective tissue needed to perform.
- Learn new ways to quantify and understand athlete performance so you can individualize based on science instead of guessing.
- Six in-depth programs to show you these principles at work - and to establish frameworks you can use for your athletes.
GRAB STRENGTH PHD: LENOIR-RHYNE EDITION
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All profits go to support the Lenoir-Rhyne Weightlifting Team
Travis Mash has spent decades studying the barbell. He is one of the few people - if not the only one - to bridge the worlds of powerlifting, Olympic weightlifting, and athletic strength and conditioning.
Travis was a World Champion in powerlifting. He competed in a world-class level in Olympic weightlifting. He has coached professional Olympic weightlifters alongside Don McCauley and Glenn Pendlay at Team MDUSA, has been the head coach multiple times for TeamUSA weightlifting at international competitions, and is now the head coach of the most successful weightlifting team in America.
He has coached 8-year-olds, high school athletes going for D-1 scholarships, NFL players, elite powerlifters, average Joes wanting to get in shape, Olympic hopefuls, and even middle-aged mothers who struggled to do a weightless squat.
No one else understands all aspects of the barbell better than Travis Mash. And now his insight can be yours.