Already read all of Rip's books and you're looking for something new to sink your teeth into? Here are some solid recommendations:

Brawn and Beyond Brawn by Stuart McRobert
Dinosaur Training by Brooks Kubik
Power to the People by Pavel Tstatsouline
Strength Training Anatomy by Frederic Delavier
Explosive Lifting for Sports by Harvey Newton
The Weightlifting Encyclopedia: A Guide to World Class Performance by Arthur J. Dreschler
Science and Practice of Strength Training by Vladamir M. Zatsiorsky
Supertraining by Mel Siff
Weightlifting, Olympic Style by Tommy Kono (scroll to bottom)

MILO: Journal for Serious Strength Athletes
Crossfit Journal
Performance Menu Journal
The Russian Weightlifting Library

FAQS and Primers: (StrongLifts' Strength Training FAQ) (StrongLifts' Weight Lifting FAQ) (Madcow's Basic Training Primer)

Online: (Madcow's site. Great training info, routines, links. Very informative) (free bodyweight workouts) (a few free conditioning, strength, and mass workouts) (obviously) (Poliquin, Thibaudeau, Dan John, Waterbury, Tate) (awesome articles, cool free e-book) (some brilliant people writing strength and fitness essays) (some great strength/fitness articles) (wonderful articles for strength/speed athletes) (Dave Tate's site, Westside Barbell, store and articles) (general strength and lifting) (great store) (Glenn Pendlay's site) (heavily sprint and track focused but excellent info and very knowledgeable on weight training) (some great articles and reads) (good store and very solid forums) (good forums for training theory and particularly strong OL and PL forums) (OL forum is stacked with coaches) (the weight training forum has a number of people experienced in 5x5 style training and a lot of journals for reference) (the weight training forum has a number of people experienced in 5x5 style training)

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