|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
Kilgore, JL (2022). The Bench Press Rules.
Kilgore, JL (2022). Gym Socks.
Kilgore, JL (2022). Wraps & Sleeves.
Kilgore, JL (2022). Shoes
Fit for Purpose.
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.
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.
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.