I got some extra cash recently and want to invest it in some knowledge.
I currently have a huge collection of electronic books of a wide range of subjects. Power production, vertical jumping, Westside, Strongman for athletes, science and practice of strength training, supertraining, speed training, russian training, Rippetoe, Tate, Wendler, Simmons, dinosaur training, even fucking diet books (which I tried to read but got bored of very quick). I’ve read a lot of them and they have good information (though too complex for my uneducated self at times).
I didn’t enjoy reading 531, but that was only because there was little information that I didn’t already know. So something more advanced than that is preferred.
I can’t afford The Vault by EliteFTS. If I could, that’d be my first pick, second to Block Periodization by Issurin. Can’t afford that either. I’m interested in just learning more about training, especially Westside style training, work capacity, block periodization, stuff like that. I remember Jim Wendler had a book that everyone said was great. Can’t remember the name but I think it was the only book that didn’t have something to do with 531.
Anyway, any suggestions for books are welcome. Just want to add something to the collection and learn something new.