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Beyond 5/3/1: Simple Training for Extraordinary Results (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Jim Wendler

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This is a new chapter in training. Beyond 5/3/1 has all the tools you need to push the boundaries of strength, intensity, frequency and the quest for a new personal record.

Beyond 5/3/1 will allow you to expand your training program to fit your goals and training style. This book has new templates and variations for every lifter that is looking for an edge. This book pushes the 5/3/1 program in every direction with one goal - to get stronger.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Best Book Ever on Weightlifting and Training 5 juillet 2013
Par bpm - Publié sur
If you are familiar with Wendler's other book 531, and like it, then this is an absolute requirement to purchase. I have read through my copy of Beyond 531 about 4 times now, taking notes, and it contains tons of new info and new variations to training. It's almost like Wendler just said screw it and poured all his training knowledge into this one book. Essentially what you get are unlimited new spin-offs to the original 531 program. For example if you want to use more volume, there is a plan. More singles, there is a plan. Higher frequency, there is a plan. Peaking for a meet or increasing strength, there is a plan. He even includes a program in the works called Beyond 531, which is very interesting. Particularly I found the most useful bits to be what he refers to as the Last Set First, Joker Sets, and Spinal Tap Training to be the best parts of the new book. He also lays out a 28 week training block where you manipulate the classic Boring But Big plan from 10 rep sets all the way down to singles.

So if you haven't purchased 531 yet, I would say start there. This book is a completely new addition to his methods and doesn't really explain the original 531 book, since his first book did. Rather this book provides tons of new options and ways to modify one's own program to fit their needs/schedule/training goals. The best way I can explain it, is it's like if your favorite band released 100 songs all at once, instead of narrowing it down to a 12 song cd. He puts it all out there and lets you decide what is useful and what is not for your training. What's funny is that ever since about 2 years ago when I started following the 531 plan, people have asking me what I do in the gym or what complex lifting program I follow! I have even been accused by friends, of using steroids because of the mass/strength you can build with this plan. Little do they know about 80% of my work is just different rep/set variations of the squat, bench, deadlift and military press all thanks to Wendler! Highly recommended.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 5,3,1 Bible but proceed with caution 14 juillet 2013
Par cap - Publié sur
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I have been training with the 5 3 1 program for about 3 years. I'm pretty familiar with it and was excited to see what else Wendler had cooked up. Basically he has given us a wealth of info, variations and programs. Really it starts to be overwhelming. That isn't a bad thing. This book contains all the programs that you will probably ever need in your lifetime. Two things that stand out to me for those people who may have read his earlier book are the Joker sets and the elimination of the four week D load cycle. The Joker sets are great way to Go hard when you're having a good day.
As good as this new book is and as glad as I am that Wendler decided to write it I can't help but worry that some people won't use it appropriately. This book is about a formulaic approach to trying to get the most out of your body that's good but you cannot forget the basics. If you're a beginner don't read this book-- it will not help you. You'll get all excited about all the different program variations and you're going to lose track of what is really important. Instead, buy the original 531 book, get strong, learn your body, and then when you've developed read this book.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Material but Extremely Disorganised 9 décembre 2013
Par JohnC - Publié sur
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This book is loaded with templates -- 70% of the book consists of variational templates, unfortunately Jim does a very bad job at organizing this wealth of information.

I find myself constantly re-reading sections and looking at the contents page as I never know when I've stumbled upon a different section of a book (they are mostly just separated by paragraphs without making it known when moving on to a new topic).

This book works on the foundation of the popular 5/3/1 and adds a LOT of variation to everything, with that being said I'd only recommend this book to an advanced trainee who has read the previous 5/3/1 book.

In summary, this book definitely needs a v2.0 just for the sake of organization. It is a massive pain to have to sift through and re-read again just to ensure the information you just read does not pertain to a new topic.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 All of the Tools, Lacking Organization 27 août 2013
Par R. Locke - Publié sur
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I bought this just a few weeks after I'd purchased and read 5/3/1 2nd Edition. First off, this book is loaded down with all kinds of great information. This man has got a lot of ideas and a ton of experience. The system really is simple. He gives you a baseline program, explains that that's the key thing to stick to, and then opens the door to the assistance work and tells you what their purpose is and how they're different from the key lifts and why you shouldn't go losing your mind doing assistance work in place of the key lifts like a lot of folks do.

Now, I don't like cutting people down or providing negative feedback on a product that I really do like, if it weren't for the fact that maybe Jim will read this and find ways to make this book even better. I saw on a TV interview that he'd mentioned that he's got an English degree, and this book does not pay homage to that degree. The book sort of reminds me of how my A.D.D. brain works; it just skips around from one idea to the next without explaining each program's place. I had already read well beyond the section on the new "Beyond 5/3/1" program before I realized that it was supposed to be a disjoint thought from the previous section. He also mentions in the beginning of the book something about "this is actually in the section entitled 'The Year of Challenges' that I put later in this book,'" when there is really no "Year of Challenges" section. You're just reading paragraphs and eventually they start to describe different challenges, and I think to myself, "wait is this what he was talking about earlier in the book?"

Lots of great ideas in here, but it looks to be a first rough draft at a book and not a final product. I like his loose writing style, but this is just a little too loose and hard to follow. I did decipher some of it after discussing it with a buddy of mine, and I am loving the programming.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 IMO do a great job of capturing Wendler's knowledge and attitude 20 décembre 2014
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This review is just as much about Jim Wendler as this particular publication, but this book does, IMO do a great job of capturing Wendler's knowledge and attitude, both of which are pretty awesome.

In order to take advantage of this particular book, one really needs to understand the basics behind the 531 methodology. Jim has been incredibly generous in sharing so much online, that even though this book doesn't delve too deeply into the basics, one can easily get that by googling '531 Jim Wendler' or something like that. Its not complicated at all, but its very different than most of the 'black ops, cutting edge, top secrets of the pros BULL$H!T that we all (including me) fell for and wasted precious time trying to follow.

531 is all about simplicity in programming for the 3 powerlifts, as well as the overhead press. Its not about minutia.
Its about getting strong over the long haul...not adding 30 pounds to your bench in 30 days.
Its about building useful, functional muscle mass. Its not about putting a peak on your biceps or cuts on your quads.
Its NOT about programming every rep and set of every assistance exercise for every body part until you look like Mr Big and Oily.
It IS about getting as strong as you can get, as SAFELY as you can.
Finally, 531 is not for brand new beginners (although they can do a lot worse). I would recommend Starting Strength as an excellent resource for newbies (those under about 6 months of serious training).

some of the reviews have pointed out (perhaps rightly so) that the basics are not particularly well explained in this book. Well, duh, that's what the original 531 (or terrabits of Wendler's free explanations online) are for. Its amazing to me that people bitch about this book not having what Wendler has already provided elsewhere, but that's people.

What this book provides, is Wendler's philosophy on WHY 531 works, and how to apply the 531 template to your specific situation. In addition, space if devoted to the areas that the 531 template does not address (by design), specifically the pulling muscles. Before reading this book, I confess that I tried applying the 531 to movements such as rows and pullups and the results were not all that great. The info is this book helped me understand why 531 WORKS for the powerlifts, but not so well for the 'assistance' or auxiliary movements, and what I could do for those movements.

In terms of applying 531 to specifics, this book really shines in terms of what to do on a particular workout (Joker sets, last set first, or I ain't doing s*** today), as well as how to go about mixing things up for a particular cycle.

In summary, if you have been working out for 6 months to a year, and want to take things to the next level, understanding basic programming is what you need to learn over the next 5 years. 531 is the resource I always steer people to in this situation.

If you want step by step detailed instructions for every workout handed to you. Hire a trainer. There are some great ones.
If you want a way to waste your time, money and energy, continue reading ghost written articles from the 'pros' published in magazines designed to sell you the latest and greatests supplements.

If you want a resource which will teach you the basics (and beyond) and help you find your own path forward, then check out 531.
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