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Never Let Go: A Philosophy of Lifting, Living and Learning (English Edition)
 
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Never Let Go: A Philosophy of Lifting, Living and Learning (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Dan John , Dave Draper , Pavel Tsatsouline
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Coach Dan John breaks down the most complicated concepts of strength training and high-performance athletics in his personal, no-nonsense, thought-provoking and motivating style. Workout routines, Olympic lifting guidance, Highland Games, track and field and Strongman events are all covered, in addition to weight training philosophy for the general public. You'll learn...How to get stronger, faster and leaner; Simple steps to great conditioning; What it takes to compete at high-level athletics; Dan John's top training tips; Effective workouts to carry you through your training seasons; Variations of the classic 5x5 workout; Sample kettlebell and barbell workout combinations; Outdoor cardiovascular training options for athletes; And much more...

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 474 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 413 pages
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  • Editeur : On Target Publications (17 mai 2011)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B0051GOM66
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent book!! 27 mai 2012
Par KrisA
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This book gives a lot of practicle examples and is very motivational. Reads very easy and keeps you interested.
Highly recommended!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 disappointing 16 octobre 2014
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Rubbish random ramblings of someone - not sure what objective of book is but is not coherent and certainly doesn't aid if you're looking for guidance on lifting
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Amazon.com: 4.8 étoiles sur 5  189 commentaires
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Discover how to get the most from fitness. 4 juillet 2009
Par Susanna Hutcheson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Anything will work for three to six months. What then? That's the dynamic message I got from Dan's book. Oh, there was a lot more here. But I generally take one or two new and interesting ideas from a book --- assuming it's a good book. And this one is.

Dan's book is really a collection of essays. They're not in any particular order. I say that because he mentions his fat period twice --- once in the early part of the book and again towards the end. Both are written in the time he is recovering from his fatness.

But that doesn't take away from the messages of the book.

Dan believes in making things simple. Not easy, he says. But simple. I like that idea more and more as I get older. It makes more sense for anyone. Our lives are already far too confusing and full and rushed and out of control.

Dan recons we should focus on our main goal and plan our activities, our workouts and exercises accordingly. If you want to lose weight, you must follow different activities than someone who wants to get power or strength or run a marathon, for example.

Again, this makes sense and simplifies things for us. This is the way Bruce Lee was able to be so great in martial arts. He tried many things and discarded the things that didn't work or didn't help him in his main persuit --- his goals for his unique purposes.

I find this idea empowering. And you'll find it in abundance in Dan's new book.

While you might think the book is written for weight lifters or bodybuilders, it's really for anyone who wants to get fit.

Some of it you may discard. You may find parts of it just don't apply to you. But there is enough encouragement and no BS information in the book that you'll thoroughly enjoy it and come away the wiser. You'll profit with more useful workouts that actually get you to your goal.

Dan cuts through the myths and the outright lies we see in advertising and muscle mags and gets to the heart of the matter. He tells it like it is. And since he's not a young man, we know he's probably tried it all and seen most of it and is well equipped to give you honest solutions.

Buy this book if you need encouragement in your training and fitness program. Moreover, buy it if you want to learn how to cut through the BS and get to the real meat of how to get from where you are to where you want to be.

Highly recommended.

- Susanna K. Hutcheson
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Entertaining and useful 23 juin 2010
Par S. Shafley - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Everything I know about lifting, I learned from Dan John.

There's been a lot written about Dan John lately. It's reassuring to see him getting his due, because here's a man who's walked the walk, his whole life, and is still smiling and enthusiastic about his passions. He's genuine.

I've known Dan for a while now. We met online in 1999 or 2000, and corresponded frequently, in email and on assorted message boards and in the occasional phone call. In 2007 I finally got to meet him, twice, both out in Utah and at Denison University in Ohio. I consider him a friend, and knowing him has much enriched my life.

I held off writing this bit until I'd gone through his book a few times. It's hard not saying what other folks have said: Dan's down-to-earth voice and advice cuts through noise and is pure signal, Dan's a humble genius. Dan's a coach's coach. Dan's gently scathing humor draws our attention to the realities of life and lifting and competition.

I can't match the eloquent and descriptive phrases such luminaries like Pavel Tsatsouline and Dave Draper and others have used to describe Dan's contribution to the written word of the Iron Game. I can only say that it's good. It's excellent. It's humbling to me personally. Explaining why is difficult, if not impossible.

If you buy one book about training, hell, if you buy one book about life, this year, or this even decade, make it Dan's book. You might not 'get it' yet. That's OK. You will.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Outstanding 28 octobre 2009
Par Mr. Larry D. Farrell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Superb information presented in a clear, highly readable style. He provides an unbiased look at everything from weight training to goal setting. The author is refreshingly self effacing. The book is written as a series of semi-connected essays (originally written as individual articles) and there's not a clunker in the bunch. He's given me a ton of new ideas for my own training. Great stuff.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Indispensible 10 avril 2012
Par Lost Gaijin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I tend to like "old school" lifting: basic movements, heavy weights, and low reps (usually), so I bought this book with some trepidation. My opinion, not sure what I used to form this opinion, was that Coach John was going to be some "new age" reverse lateral T-raises on a Swiss ball kind of guy. He does seem to do a lot of experimenting with his training, but it always seems that his core workout beliefs are that you need to squat heavy and you need to put heavy weight over your head.

The book is a collection of articles he has written, so the chapters can be read non-sequentially without hurting your understanding of the book. Each chapter covers a different topic (there is some overlap). Located in the articles are some workout plans, ideas, and exercises, but the book does not outline one singular plan. To do so would seem to go against the point of the book. Coach John has a clear and easy to follow writing style, and he can get a few laughs too.

I think this book is good for a fitness enthusiast, coach, or an athlete. I would say that if you are completely new to lifting or looking for a more clearly defined lifting program check out Mark Rippetoe's Starting Strength which is geared towards the novice or rank beginner.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good motivational book, but thats about it. 17 juin 2011
Par Jonathan Gagne - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a motivational type book that is a very easy read, where the author spends a lot of time bringing his experience in to the book through anecdotal stories. The philosophy in it is roughly, work your ass off at difficult heavy whole body tasks and you will get strong.

If you are looking for motivation, are not interested in technical detail, and enjoy reading stories from someone's life, this would be a good read. However, this book could be condensed considerably since it is very repetitive particularly in the wording. Also, its a book full of articles he has previously written, so the book lacks a bit of consistency and sometimes contradicts itself.

If you are looking for a book to improve you technical knowledge of the strength training in a concise way, this is not your book.
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