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Delavier who lives in Paris, France, is an extremely skillful and exceptionally talented man. Not only did he write the book above and Illustrate it, he really is knowledgeable of human anatomy, having studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and also studied dissection for three years at the Paris Faculté de Médecine. Delavier was the former editor in chief of the French magazine PowerMag and Le Monde du Muscle. He has also written fitness articles for magazines such as, Men's Health and Iron Man. He is also a Powerlifting champion, is a teacher and gives "World-Wide" presentations on Biomechanics.
I only own the original books by both Authors so I'm unable to comment on newer published editions. If I ever become interested in obtaining a newer version of my anatomy books, I'd personally go for the fourth edition of "Strength Training Anatomy".
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