Can you briefly share some of the core elements of the unique thought that
Mr Aaberg is bringing this field?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian D Williams" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, November 27, 2000 7:54 AM
Subject: BOOKS: Muscle Mechanics
> Muscle Mechanics
> Correct technique for 73 resistance training exercises
> Everett Aaberg
> ISBN 0-88011-796-6
> This is a book that's so well done that it's convinced me I was
> doing something wrong just from the preface. From now on it's not
> "weightlifting" it's "resistance training".
> Check out this obviously extropian paragraph from the preface:
> " Throughout our lives, most of us have learned certain things
> which we may have developed very strong feelings and opinions
> about. Eventually these beliefs are challenged, and we are forced
> to question them. Fitness is still a relatively young field of
> study. We should look on any new ideas presented with an open mind
> and perhaps analyze the validity of our present beliefs. Many
> times, if we trace them to their origins, we will find that our
> present beliefs have been passed on to us from less-than-reliable
> Mr Aaberg is a instructor with the Cooper Institute for Aerobic
> Research for a specialty certificate entitled " The Biomechanics of
> Strength Training."
> Darn good stuff.
> Extropy Institute, www.extropy.org
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> Life Extension Foundation, www.lef.org
> National Rifle Association, www.nra.org, 1.800.672.3888
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