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This review is from: U.S. Army Fitness Training Handbook (Paperback)
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Initial post: Apr 26, 2010 12:20:17 PM PDT
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Richard Stowell says:
Army PT is hilariously dogmatic and ritualistic. I have my doubts about its effectiveness, though, which I highlight in Nine Weeks: a teacher's education in Army Basic Training. For instance, everyone's body is different, but there is no flexibility built into the program to accomodate those differences. Also, very little value is given to flexibility and muscle isolation. Nine Weeks would be great for your collection.
In reply to an earlier post on Oct 25, 2013 8:02:16 PM PDT
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J.D. Cahill says:
Stowell: The USA is not a personal trainer.
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