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3.0 étoiles sur 5Whew! - analytical overload!14 novembre 2000
Par Tim P Morken - Publié sur Amazon.com
Progression charts, milage graphs, timing in minutes and seconds, pace guides; whatever happened to just "doing it?" Marc Evans is certainly into it but I can't imagine how he keeps up with anyone he coaches, considering all the analysis that has to be done to use his method (would a three-sport athlete have time to even look at these charts?). Maybe it due to computers or maybe the rise of internet coaching, but analytical coaching seems to be the rage these days. If that's what you want, this is the book to get; Evans will have you dialed in and on a schedule that will be the envy of those who make Boeing 747's for a living! Just remember to have some fun in the process, OK? By the way, outside of scheduling charts actual sport-specific training advice is fairly skimpy and generalized. You'd do better to get specific sport information from sport-specific books. Evans would probably agree that a face-to-face coach is better for that sort of thing anyway. As for me, I'll take the advice of one great cyclist: "Ride lots."
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5.0 étoiles sur 5The best training guide on the market for multisport athlete27 octobre 1997
Par firstname.lastname@example.org - Publié sur Amazon.com
I'm lucky. I was trained by the author back in the late 80s and early 90s. Whilst one may think that this review to be a little biased, it's not. Back then, Marc got me got me into the best shape of my life. Now he has provided all of his knowledge about multisport training in this book. Marc doesn't fool around with namby-pamby training voodoo. This stuff is all science. Charts, graphs, training schedules, you name it, he has it. It's up-to-date and I use it in my training. I've done two Ironman distance races. With this book I am confidant that I can utilize the knowledge that Marc has provided and create training schedules for everything from sprint triathlons to Ironman distance races, and more.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Great Training Guide12 mars 1998
Par email@example.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
I've started reading this. It is very, very technical and hard work but the information is great. I'm sure it will be worth it once I make my way through all the charts and calculations. It has all the information that anyone could ever want on training for the swim, cycling and running events.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Marc Evans Knows His Stuff7 août 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Endurance Athlete's Edge by Marc Evans is the best book on the market for anyone who is interested in this form of training. Mutisports are one, if not the most challenging activities the body will ever endure. Marc Evans gives you the information you need to improve your knowledge in helping you last in this sport. If you want to win or just finish an Ironman race, you must get this book. Marc Evans Knows His Stuff, and is a leader on this subject. Thank you Mr. Evans for helping us all train right!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5This is a great book for all types of endurance athletes11 avril 2002
Par Manuel A Valdes - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is a great book for those of you out there that feel a little lost in the world of triathlon training. Stop reading all those contradictory articles and just get this book. Dead serious. To get the full effect of the book you must spend hours studying it. But your racing and training will improve dramatically. The author covers everything from speed, endurance, form, the whole nine yards.