Winning Ways (FYI):
Thursday, February 24, 2005
By Gregory "Graig" White
First off, I have never heard of David Sandler, so picking up this book was kind of exciting, I am always looking to learn from people who are good enough to have their books published. David has made a great effort but this publication is not as strong as I had hoped it would be. I am not sure as to who his target audience was but if you have more than a fleeting understanding of how to prepare athletes to compete then this book may not be for you.
When I read about him being a strength coach for the University of Miami and being well aware as to the type of athletes they create there I was expecting a lot more than I got. I know that this could be a flaw with me but that is how it goes. It is a book that isn't very long and it is easy to read and follow, but being in the business this is a book I would find hard to recommend.
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