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The Best Power Bodybuilding - November 2020

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RDX

RDX is famous for providing ultimate grade Boxing Gloves, MMA gloves, shorts, head guards, punch bagsand training pads, Weight lifting gloves, belts, weighted gear and other equipment. All the products are made utilizing the cutting edge and state-of-the-art technology, considering the requirements of the present and future generation of athletes. Due to this every leading athlete today, not only use our equipment but also highly suggest them. This makes us the most premium performance equipment and the most trusted brand in sports products. Concerning safety features, we provide some of the very best degree of security in its course. Our product range can be obtained for kids, women and men of all age groups.

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Donald A. Chu

Dr. Donald Chu, PhDPT, ATC, CSCS, FNSCA, is a professor emeritus of kinesiology and physical education at California State University in Hayward, where he taught for over 20 decades. He is director and founder of Athercare Fitness & Rehabilitation from the San Francisco Bay region, which specializes in sport performance training, fitness centers, physical therapy, and clinical psychology.

Dr. Chu has generated an extensive reputation in the discipline of sport rehabilitation and conditioning and fitness. He pioneered research-supported plyometric training in the Western hemisphere and is revered through the strength and conditioning system for enhancing contemporary sports’ many defining athletic factor: power. Chu was credited with attracting excellent training to the interest of coaches, athletes, and fellow professionals in game conditioning throughout his application of theoretical knowledge into practical demonstrations.

The author of six books, Chu also has written articles in refereed journals and contributed chapters to many books on sports medicine. More than 140,000 copies of his seminal book on the topic, "Jumping Into Plyometrics," are sold since 1994. He's presented to professional teams around the world and consulted with athletes and teams at each degree—such as Olympians and professionals—about the creation of training and conditioning applications.

Dr. Chu holds certificates as a athletic trainer (ATC) in the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) and as a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He has served on the board of supervisors for both associations and is a former president of the NSCA. He resides in Alameda, California.

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Mark Rippetoe

Mark Rippetoe is the author of Beginning Strength: Basic Barbell Training, Practical Programming for Power Training, Strong Enough?

, Mean Ol' Mr. Gravity, and numerous journal, magazine and online articles. He has been employed in the fitness industry since 1978, and has been the owner of the Wichita Falls Athletic Club since 1984. He graduated from Midwestern State University in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science in geology and a minor in anthropology. He had been at the very first class certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a CSCS in 1985, and the first to formally relinquish that credential at 2009. Rip has been a competitive powerlifter for ten years. He even won the 198-pound weight class in the Greater Texas Classic in 1982, also put in state- and regional-level matches for the next 6 decades, retiring from competition in 1988. For the next 10 years Rip declared most of these powerlifting meets in North Texas, including the 1995 APF Nationals in Dallas. He retired from powerlifting altogether in 1997, to focus more on Olympic weightlifting.

Rip obtained a solid foundation in training the Olympic lifts as a result of his coach, Bill Starr, using them into his powerlifting coaching. Further experience with the Olympic lifts came with exposure to the coaching of Tommy Suggs, Jim Moser, Dr. Lon Kilgore, Angel Spassov, Istvan Javorek, Harvey Newton, Mike Conroy, John Thrush, and many fellow lifters. Rip obtained his USWF Level III certification in 1988 in the USOC’s Olympic Training Center at Colorado Springs with Mike Stone, Harvey Newton, along with Angel Spassov online college. His first USAW Senior Coach certificate was achieved in 1999 at the OTC using Lyn Jones, John Thrush, and Mike Conroy. He was encouraged, as an Olympic weightlifting coach, to the Olympic Solidarity course at the OTC in 2000. He taught both the USAW Club Coach class along with the Sports Performance Coach class with Dr. Kilgore from 1999 through 2005. Rip served as the president of the North Texa

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