""Boyd Epley has had a long and successful career in the field of strength and conditioning. All readers can benefit from this strength and conditioning pioneer's vast knowledge and expertise. "The Path to Athletic Power" is an extremely practical, thorough, and comprehensive resource for the development of a safe and effective strength and conditioning program."
Dr. Chuck Stiggins
Executive Director, Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches association
"""Boyd presents a unique and insightful view of the development of the Nebraska Husker Power program. Incorporated with this view are useful guidelines and examples which can be valuable to anyone involved in the strength and conditioning profession."""
Coaching Manager, United Stated Olympic Committee
"""Boyd's program helped my strength and durability, which not only kept me injury free at Nebraska but also during my ten years as fullback for the Detroit Lions. The Path to Athletic Power can help you, too."""
About the Author
Boyd Epley is the Associate Athletic Director for Athletic Performance and Facility Development at the University of Nebraska, USA. The first person to carry the title of Strength Coach, Epley started the Husker Power training programme for the Husker American football team in 1970. In 1978, he founded the American National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and served as President and Chairman of the Board of Directors for five years. In 1980, he was the first to be named the National Strength Coach of the Year and in 1993 he was presented the NSCA's first Lifetime Achievement Award. Epley's training system has been a catalyst for over 300 athletes to go on to play in the NFL or to achieve status as World, US national, or Olympic Champions.