Book Combo- 10/20/LIFE Second Edition | Gift Of Injury - PowerRackStrength

Book Combo- 10/20/LIFE Second Edition | Gift Of Injury

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10/20/Life: By Brian Carroll, 2017

What is 10/20/Life? 10-and-20 weeks at a time for a lifetime of positive momentum in training and LIFE. This philosophy is a life-long approach for any level of lifter or athlete. Many recreational lifters utilize the protocols in this book to have a better plan in the gym, with no plans to ever compete. But, on the other hand, many competitive lifters -from Beginner to Pro use this approach with great success!

With 10/20/Life, my objective is to teach you to get the results you want by coaching yourself—the same way a superior coach would take you through an individualized program in a great gym. We start with a thorough examination of your weak points because that's how quality coaching works. Then, the idea is to show you what to program and when, based on your weaknesses in the squat, bench press, and deadlift. I know it sounds simple, but it's something most people don't even consider, much less put into practice.

Gift of Injury: By Dr. Stuart McGill and Brian Carroll, 2017

This book is about healing injuries in the athlete's back and building resilience to compete again. Anyone who trains will enhance their injury resilience and performance by employing these proven principles with athletes.

In the highly competitive world of strength athletics, a back injury is seen by many as the ultimate career-ender. But, if handled properly, it is far from a death sentence. Follow the journey of international powerlifting champion Brian Carroll, who can attest to this firsthand. 

After a massive spinal compression injury, this remarkable athlete went from 1185 lb squats and 800 lb deadlifts to unending pain and disability. But, after a fortuitous meeting with leading back expert Professor Stuart McGill, he reset his training and life to fight back to the top of the winner's podium. In fact, in 2020, the final competition year of Brian's career, Brian was the first person, regardless of body weight, to break the 1300 lb squat barrier in powerlifting history with one thousand three hundred and six pounds! More importantly, Brian remains back pain and symptom-free nearly ten years later.