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"What a thrill it is to gain easy access to Vern Gambetta's years of research, experience, and expertise! The detailed descriptions and photos in Athletic Development show exactly how to apply the conditioning drills and exercises to your own training program. Use this book to train your athletes to their maximum potential."
Women's Head Soccer Coach
University of North Carolina
18 National Championships
"Vern Gambetta's new book is his magnum opus of sport training. This book takes on the most difficult task of blending state-of-the-art science with practical application. The effort is both elegant and easily usable. This book will be a classic among top coaches."
William A. Sands, PhD
Head - Sport Biomechanics and Engineering
U.S. Olympic Committee, Sport Science
"Work capacity, strength, speed, agility, quickness, plyometrics, coordination, skill, and program design have never been presented in a more intelligent and useable manner. Vern Gambetta has written the blueprint to creating successful athletes."
Strength & Conditioning Coach
"Athletic Development is an excellent presentation of Vern Gambetta's time-tested methods. It will help coaches design sport-specific programs that get results. Apply the information in this book and watch your athletes succeed!"
Head Strength Coach
Very good book for the rehab professional that treats athletes or for people that do strength and conditioning with athletes.Published 16 months ago by Michael Siegenthaler
In my opinion this is an excellent reference book. It is a priviledge to gain access to Vern's vast knowledge of training athletes.Published on March 12, 2012 by Trainer
Vern's book is abosutely amazing. It provides a really conclusive overview of athletic development principles. Read morePublished on October 22, 2010 by wheberlein11