"Ken Best's 'Wild Strength' is a blast of sensible fresh air in a field sometimes lacking palaeo-common sense. His solid prescriptions for exorcising the ills of post-civilisation life would meet the hearty approval of any palaeo-hominin and should certainly prepare you for a fit and healthy future, if not a matchup with a woolly rhino." Dr Peter McAllister, Lecturer in Journalism and Public Relations, School of Humanities, Griffith University, and author of 'Manthropology'.
From the Back Cover
Wild Strength is a no-nonsense resistance training plan based on the physical activities of ancient and modern hunter gatherers.
"Ken Best's writing is technical but easy to understand. He has the ability to make concepts in the areas of strength and conditioning, resistance training and physiology applicable to the everyday trainee and advanced gym goer alike. The Wild Strength plan gives Ken the space he needs to expand on his ideas, drawing sometimes counter-intuitive conclusions that are designed to help our health and fitness goals, and connects the dots between ancient hunter-gatherer behaviour and the fitness activities we engage in today." Daniel Hedger, Editor Australian Ironman Magazine.