The Fit Reading List
It goes without saying that there are countless fitness books and articles out there, with more being released all the time. With the wealth of information out there, it can be hard to sort through and know what’s reliable, and what isn’t. To help, here is a list of various fitness books that are generally very well-known and respected in the industry.
If I left a book off the list, that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth reading, but the following books are packed with useful content for fitness enthusiasts and professionals alike, and most good coaches in the industry will support these books. There are many more books worth reading, these are just some of the best in their respective categories if you want to dig deeper into the world of fitness.
Maximum Strength - Eric Cressey
5/3/1- JIM Wendler
THe new rules of lifting- lou schuler
STARTING STRENGTH- MARK RIPPETOE
Becoming a supple leopard-kelly starrett
Post-Rehab Essentials - Dean Somerset
-Dean Somerset is one of the smartest guys out there when it comes to rehab, functional training, and training around injury. His product is an absolute must-have if you, or anyone you train, have any sort of nagging injuries or pain. He knows the best way to bounce back after an injury, and this project allows him to share his knowledge.
Lean Muscle Diet - Alan Aragon, Lou Schuler
The Fat Loss Troubleshoot Guide - Leigh Peele
-With knowledge nearly rivaling Alan Aragon, Leigh Peele has provided an extremely comprehensive guide to weight loss. She teaches you the science of how fat loss actually happens, how to calculate your macros, set up your training, and much more. If this book was all you had, you’d be completely set to build your diet and training plan.
The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth - Jonny Bowden
4 Week Big Arms Manual
4 Week Strength and Size Program (FREE)