Resources

If you’ve ever said to yourself out loud, while reading some of my posts… “How the hell does Elliott come up with this stuff?”

Then you’ll really like this page :)

Here I will keep an ongoing list resources I have read, am reading, or are on my “to read” list.  As well as Strengthology related resources that I have created for you.

This list is broken down into The 4 Layers Of Strength.

STRENGTHOLOGY Advanced Study Courses:

Advanced Neuromuscular Strength – Home Study Course.  Help Your Clients, Build Your Business And Grow Stronger, With Advanced Knowledge In Applied Exercise Science.

Physical Strength:

Grow Stronger Method – This is the bare-bones framework upon which I build all strength and and muscle building programs. This simple system requires no complicated math equations, all you need is a single barbell set and a chin up bar. Get ready to build a stronger, more athletic physique from the ground up!

The Janda Method by Page, Frank & Lardner

Muscles Testing & Function by Florence Kendall

Easy Strength by Dan John & Pavel

Power To The People by Pavel

Movement That Matters by Paul Chek

How To Eat Move And Be Healthy by Paul Chek

 

Physiological Strength:

Fat Is Not Your Fault by Dr. Brian Walsh

Your Guide To Healthy Hormones by Dr. Daniel Kalish

The Dark Side Of Fat Loss by Sean Croxton

Nutrition & Physical Degeneration by Weston A Price

The Fungus Link by Doug Kaufman

 

Energetic Strength:

The Language Of The Body by Alexander Lowen

The Way To Vibrant Health by Alexander Lowen

Eastern Body Western Mind by Anodea Judith

Character Analysis by Wilhelm Reich

Qigong: Embryonic Breathing by Yang Jwing-Ming

 

Presentable Strength:

 Tribes: We Need You To Lead by Seth Godin

Unleashing The Idea Virus by Seth Godin

Purple Cow by Seth Godin

The War Of Art by Steven Pressfield

How To Make Millions With Your Ideas by Dan Kennedy

The Millionaire Messenger by Brenden Bruchard

 

 

 Any books not on this list, related to one of the Four Layers Of Strength, that you think we might like?  Leave your suggestions below, and tell us which layer it belongs to.  Thanks!