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Core Performance Endurance: A New Training and Nutrition Program That Revolutionizes Your Workouts (Anglais) Broché – 22 janvier 2009


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"* "Faster, farther, and stronger-and with less work? Believe it. At last a program that yields real-life results for real athletes." Steve Madden, editor-in-chief, Bicycling magazine" --Editor in Chief Bicycling magazine

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Mark Verstegen, the world-renowned performance coach who was at the forefront of the core training revolution, now applies his cutting-edge training system to the special needs of the endurance athlete. Verstegen's first two books - "Core Performance" and "Core Performance Essentials" - broke new ground in fitness with their intense focus on the muscles of the core: shoulders, hips, and midsection. That focus remains the key here as he not only helps endurance athletes train more effectively, but also gives them a potent regimen of core training that will help them move more efficiently, speed recovery, and stave off overuse injuries and long-term deterioration.His plan: helps endurance athletes at all levels - from competitive swimmers and hard-driven triathletes to everyday joggers; delivers the desired combination of strength and stamina, balance and flexibility, athletic quickness and power - to which the endurance athlete strives; and, provides an endurance-oriented nutrition program complete with recommendations for pre-and post-race eating.

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HASH(0x988519e4) étoiles sur 5 More of the Same 6 avril 2010
Par Statguy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Mark Verstegen deserves a lot of credit for his ability to take a basic concept and milk it into a very lucrative cottage industry. While I actually liked his earlier Core Performance Essentials book (it's a good basic introductory book, though admittedly not much is new there either), Core Performance Endurance offers virtually no new material. Instead, the book is a complete rehash of Essentials and his first book. The rehashing goes so far that entire sections of Endurance are copied word for word from the earlier two books. Other sections show substantial overlap (but not verbatim) with the earlier two books. The two exceptions is that he spends a little more time introducing plyometics (though an introductory text on plyometrics can do it better) and regeneration (the novel concept that endurance athletes should schedule regular rest and active regeneration instead of going 100% every day).

I was also disappointed in the lack of new exercises presented. Whereas Essentials provided an interesting variety and progression of exercises, Endurance was fairly minimal in its presentation. I was especially expecting more challenging exercises that would be appropriate for endurance atheletes.

Finally, I was annoyed by the endless cross-selling of other products endorsed by Verstegen. I already bought the book and buy into the philosophy, but there were too many pushes of the coreperformance website (a subscription service that offers more exercises) and other products sold by Athletes Performance or strategic partners. There is a time and a place for cross-selling, but this book crossed the line.

Overall, if you're a Verstegen fan and want to know what the whole core thing is all about, I'd recommend Essentials over Endurance, but even then I'd recommend it only if you're looking for something fairly introductory.
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HASH(0x9885160c) étoiles sur 5 A good introduction to 21st century endurance training 26 novembre 2009
Par L. Wu - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As a strength-endurance athlete and a certified personal trainer in the Z-health system (I also do hard-style Kettlebell training and movement coaching), I've read a number of different books targeted towards endurance athletes, from running-specific books such as _Running Well_ or _Chi Running_ to nutrition books for endurance athletes to functional movement and coaching books such as those by Vern Gambetta, Gray Cook, and Michael Boyle.

While not as deep as any of those books, Mark Verstegen's _Core Performance Endurance_ is a short volume that serves as a decent introduction to early 21st century thinking about how we should train endurance athletes, by making sure to include a small about of movement prep / corrective exercise, training the core mainly as a stabilizer and as a generally anti-rotation / anti-flexion mechanism. The topic of regeneration is also briefly covered, describing how to make use of foam rollers and proper rest (Work + Rest = Success, as Mark says).

If you already listen to the StrengthCoach podcast and are already a fan of Gray Cook (chop & lift, FMS, movement as king and queen of athletics) then you may not deepen your knowledge base considerably, but it's still worth learning a few simple assessments (such as the neutral stance single leg hip flexion balance test mentioned, looking for asymmetry and compensation) covered, and reflecting on the medium-sized set of movement prep and strength exercises (this new edition suggests the use of Valslides for split squats and lateral lunges).

On the other hand, if you've never used a foam roll, don't do any movement prep and have never been assessed for movement dysfunction or the like, this is a decent, albeit short, introduction to modern thinking on how early 21st century endurance athletes could and should train.

[Note: I reviewed the Kindle edition, which was sufficiently readable and legible.]
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Par Bryan Bigari - Publié sur Amazon.com
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To the point: This book is full of fluff. If someone is an endurance athlete they most likely aren't interested in what Mr. Vestegen has to say on aerobic conditioning. I know I wasn't - I wanted some help on correcting imbalances in my body that cause too many nagging injuries that take away from valuable training time.

In this regard, the book delivers. There are a solid 40 pages of exercises that are helpful in strengthening/lengthening the core and other problem areas. Unfortunately, the book is well over 250 pages long. A good chunk of it is normal "eat well" filler, with a heaping helping of "buy my stuff" blended in. My wife's comment on the book after reading it one night was "this reads like an infomercial in print form". I think that's a bit harsh, but not far off the mark.

The good information is worthwhile - just be prepared to skip the fluff.
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HASH(0x98851ac8) étoiles sur 5 Nothing Groundbreaking 30 avril 2014
Par James O'Neil - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book seems to be less for educated strength coaches and more for fitness enthusiasts. I can see its benefit, but was not what I was looking for.
HASH(0x923f7894) étoiles sur 5 Good info 11 février 2013
Par Alan J. Parent - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I went to a course that these guys put on, and they really have some great points if a person just incorperates a little of whats in here there can be some very positive life style benifits.
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