Resistance Exercise Programming—A Mixed-Training Approach

by Nick Tumminello, NSCA-CPT
Personal Training Quarterly July 2014
Vol 2, Issue 3

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Olympic-style lifting, functional training, powerlifting, and bodybuilding should all be considered when designing a program to improve general health, fitness, and functional capacity.

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