Misinformation Engineering

Essays and commentary on a variety of topics including textbooks on strength training, debunking myths of strength training, and the like.

Review of the 2008 MotorCity Strength & Conditioning Clinic

Review of the 2008 MotorCity Strength & Conditioning Clinic Saturday June 7, 2008 University of Detroit Mercy Andrew Charniga, Jr. Sportivny Press© This clinic featured strength and conditioning professionals from the major universities in the area: Michigan State University, The University of Michigan, and the Detroit Lions Football team. These gentlemen were the ”heavyweights” of …

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Super Strength

Super Strength National Geographic TV program aired 2007 Written by Christopher Loft Andrew Charniga, Jr. Sportivny Press© 2007 At the end of this program the following question is asked of one of the experts David Sandler who participated in production of the show, “Who is the strongest man in the world?” Essentially the response was, …

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Athletic Development

Athletic Development Gambetta, V. 2007 Human Kinetics, P.O. Box 5076 Champaign, IL 61825 – 5076 Andrew Charniga, Jr. Sportivny Press© 2007 Since some of the ideas of this book are essentially the same as those in the book Functional Training for Sports, it is unnecessary to revisit them. It is essential to focus on the …

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Functional Training For Sports

Functional Training For Sports Boyle, M. 2004 Human Kinetics, P.O. Box 5076 Champaign, IL 61825 – 5076 Andrew Charniga, Jr. Sportivny Press© 2007 The superiority of functional training. Since most of the exercises in the text involve bodyweight or very light resistance, the assumption is that movements which are challenging for the athlete to achieve …

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Strength Training

Strength Training Brown, L. E., editor Human Kinetics, P.O. Box 5076 Champaign, IL 61825 – 5076 Andrew Charniga, Jr. Sportivny Press© 2007 This text from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) purports to “provide information on strength training that is supported by the latest scientific research.” That being said, it is our opinion that …

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