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Starting Strength Channel

By Mark Rippetoe

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Starting Strength is the bestselling book on the most fundamental and effective approach to strength training ever written. Mark Rippetoe hosts The Starting Strength Channel where he discusses topics of interest, primarily to him, but perhaps also to you.

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Rip is super knowledgeable

I am very glad Mark Rippetoe decided to start a podcast. He has tons of information and more importantly experience on strength training. I could listen to Rip talk about capital "T" training all day long. If you like this podcast check out his book Starting Strength 3rd edition. Keep disseminating all the great info Rip!

Finally! Something good for me to listen to while I lift

Rippetoe's books are the most authoritative source for any aspiring lifter who has some brains to go with the brawn. You get a thorough knowledge of mechanics, anatomy, and physiology, as well as programming for training that maximizes strength gains. You won't get much talk about abs, just the things that actually matter. The podcast does not disappoint, either--it is unsurprisingly articulate and characteristically laconic. Strongly recommended.

Great extension of Starting Strength web site and books

The first few episodes of this podcast do a great job of providing very useful information about training for those who are already familiar with Mark Rippetoe, but also for newbies. I'm really looking forward to more. The episode length is not too long, and I really appreciated hearing the excerpt from the new edition of the book Starting Strength.

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