Aside from "Starting Strength - 1st & 2nd Editions", "Practical Programming - 1st &aamp; 2nd Editions", and "FIT", Lon has written extensively on this set of topics. This is a repository of articles that will have older and newer pieces added as they are located and added or written and added.
 
Kilgore, JL (2022). A Legal Backsquat.

Kilgore, JL (2022). The Bench Press Rules.

Kilgore, JL (2022). Gym Socks.

Kilgore, JL (2022). Wraps & Sleeves.

Kilgore, JL (2022). Shoes Fit for Purpose
      (A revision and update of the 2011 CrossFit Journal article)

Ralston, G.W., Kilgore, J.L., Wyatt, D. Buchan, F.B., Baker, J.S. (2018). Weekly training frequency effects on strength gain: a meta-analysis. Sports Medicine, 4(1):36.

Ralston, G.W., Kilgore, J.L., Wyatt, F.B., Baker, J.S. (2017). The Effect of Set Number on Strength Gain: A Meta-Analysis. Sports Medicine. 

Whitehead, P.N., B.K. Schilling, M.H. Stone, J.L. Kilgore, L.Z.F. Chiu (2013). Snatch technique of United States national level weightlifters. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 28(3): 587-591. 
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Hancock, S., F. Wyatt, and L. Kilgore (2012). Variation in barbell position relative to shoulder and foot anatomical landmarks alters movement efficiency. International Journal of Exercise Science 5(3): 183-195. 

Kilgore, JL (2007). Seven Deadly Sins and the Gym.

Kilgore, JL (2006). Misconceptions about Training Youth. 
      (A chapter from Starting Strength 1st Edition - based on a 1999 white paper Lon wrote for USA Weightlifting that became a 2001 position statement)

Kilgore, J.L., G.P. Pendlay, J.S. Reeves, and T.G. Kilgore (2002). Serum chemistry and hematological adaptations to 6 weeks of moderate to intense resistance training. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 16(4):509-15

Waldron, J.E., G.W. Pendlay, T.G. Kilgore, G.G. Haff, J.S. Reeves, and J.L. Kilgore (2002). Concurrent Creatine monohydrate supplementation and resistance training does not affect markers of hepatic function in trained weightlifters. Journal of Exercise Physiology, 5(1): 57-64.

Kraemer, R.R., J.L. Kilgore, G.R. Kraemer, and V.D. Castracane (1992). Growth hormone, IGF-1, and testosterone responses to resistive exercise. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 24(12), 1346 - 1352. 
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