A coach's reading list
November 30, 2022

George Epley


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With the racing season wrapping up for many of us in the Northern hemisphere, it is an excellent time to increase our knowledge and catch up on our reading. I’ve compiled a short list of my favorite prehab and strength and conditioning book recommendations. Many of us will aim to get stronger and work on movement patterns during the winter months. This list will give you an excellent starting point or add to your current knowledge. I want to hear back from you and your favorite books on racing and training. Train hard and train smart and have a great winter.

Becoming a Supple Leopard, by Dr. Kelly Starrett with Glen Cordozza

Ready to Run, by Dr. Kelly Starrett with T.J. Murphy

New Functional Training for Sports, by Michael Boyle

Functional Training, by Juan Carlos Santana

Born to Walk Myofascial Efficiency and the Body in Movement, by James Earls

Movement, Functional Movement Systems, by Gray Cook

Athletic Body in Balance, by Gray Cook

Olympic Weightlifting, By Greg Everett

Starting Strength, By Mark Rippetoe

Coach Geroge Epley has a passion for knowledge and believes it’s the key to maximizing your potential. He keeps abreast of the latest scientific studies, always trying to find more efficient and validated means of coaching his athletes. Knowledge in the form of communication is just as important. The more he knows about his athletes and the sooner he knows of changes in circumstances, lifestyle, or training, the greater resource he can be.

Coach George is a USA Triathlon Level II Certified Coach, USA Triathlon Youth & Junior Elite Certified, USA Cycling Elite Level, USA Cycling Cyclocross Certified, ACSM – Certified Personal Trainer, MBSC – Certified Functional Strength Coach, Training Peaks Coach and WKO4 Certified

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