Ch. 1 – Strength Defined- Dynamic VS. Static Strength- Absolute VS. Relative Strength- Maximal, Speed, and Explosive Strength- General and Specialized Strength- Methods of Developmento Training Zones
Ch. 2 – Transfer of Strength Qualities- Using A Variety of Exercises- In Weightlifting Sport- In Speed-Strength Athletics
Ch. 3 – General Characteristics for Indicators of Strength- Display of Muscular Strengtho Depending on Angles of Links in the Athletes Physiology.o Effect of Various Muscular Training Programs – Strength Dependence on Muscle Mass.
Ch. 4- Developing the Full Strength Spectrum- Maximal, Explosive-Dynamic, Isometric, Starting and Speed Strength.- Maximal-Dynamic Strength- Maximal-Isometric Strength- Dynamic-Explosive Strength- Isometric-Explosive Strength- Starting Strength- Speed Strength
Ch. 5 – Examples of Training Programs- Maximal-Isometric Strength- Explosive-Dynamic Strength- Explosive-Isometric Strength- Speed Strength- Hypertrophy
Ch. 6 – Developing Strength: General Biological and Pedagogical Principles- Adaptation- Sport Training: General and Specific Pedagogical Principles- Methods for Local Exercises – Laws for Developing Sport Form