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Présentation de l'éditeur

Fast After 50 is for every endurance athlete who wants to stay fast for years to come.

For runners, cyclists, triathletes, swimmers, and cross-country skiers, getting older doesn t have to mean getting slower. Drawing from the most current research on aging and sports performance, Joe Friel America s leading endurance sports coach shows how athletes can race strong and stay healthy well past age 50.

In his groundbreaking book Fast After 50, Friel offers a smart approach for athletes to ward off the effects of age. Friel shows athletes how to extend their racing careers for decades and race to win.

Fast After 50 presents guidelines for high-intensity workouts, focused strength training, recovery, crosstraining, and nutrition for high performance:

  • How the body s response to training changes with age, how to adapt your training plan, and how to avoid overtraining
  • How to shed body fat and regain muscle density
  • How to create a progressive plan for training, rest, recovery, and competition
  • Workout guidelines, field tests, and intensity measurement

In Fast After 50, Joe Friel shows athletes that age is just a number and race results are the only numbers that count.

With contributions from: Mark Allen, Gale Bernhardt, Amby Burfoot, Dr. Larry Creswell, John Howard, Dr. Tim Noakes, Ned Overend, Dr. John Post, Dr. Andrew Pruitt, and Lisa Rainsberger.

Biographie de l'auteur

Joe Friel is the best-selling author of The Triathlete s Training Bible, The Cyclist s Training Bible, Going Long, Your Best Triathlon, and Your First Triathlon. His TrainingBible Coaching franchise is one of the most successful and respected in endurance sports. Joe has trained endurance athletes since 1980, including national champions, world championship contenders, and Olympic athletes in triathlon, duathlon, road cycling, and mountain biking. He is an elite-certified USA Triathlon and USA Cycling Coach and holds a master s degree in exercise science

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Thie book is very interesting and available without to much technical knowledge.
Not only for athletes and competitors, but for every sportsman
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Like most other self help books 7 février 2015
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There is no question about the knowledge, experience, and popularity of Joe Friel. This book however, is the least helpful and weakest of his efforts. Like most other self help books, the entire message can be boiled down to 1-2 sentence message, in this case it is that the LSD (long slow distance) rides, so called " junk miles" that most of us use do not have the impact on our fitness that we would like or hope but rather one needs to add high intensity interval training to increase or maintain (against aging-induced losses) fitness. We all know this don't we? If you do not already lift weights to increase strength, he tells you to do that too but leaves you to find out how to do this on your own. The addition of scattered citations from the scientific literature are used to provide authority and endorsement but glaringly appear to be cherry-picked to support his views. Rarely, if at all, is it the case in the real scientific world (I'm a reaarch scientist) that all work supports your view hence - likely cherry-picked. If you own any of his other training books, you already have everything that is in this one. Really nothing new here - sorry Joe.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Feeling disappointed.... 1 mars 2015
Par MJE - Publié sur
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I too had pre-ordered this book and at the moment I am stalled on chapter 6 , Advanced training. Joe did a great job in the earlier chapters with the build up and promise of answers. I have read chapture 6 several times as the next section is recovery and I am thinking well is that it as far as training goes? There still seems to be so many questions still unanswered, especially from a multisport triathlon training perspective. The 7 and 9 day training week examples seem more single sport applicable and all you seem to gain is more recovery days. How do I tick off all the things I need to do to train 3 sports within the period ? How many days long can the training week be before too many days have passed before you repeat a session. Overall I am feeling a bit disappointed the book did not deliver what I hoped. Maybe the remaining chapters will compensate? The only other thing I learned is maybe I should go back to focusing on just cycle time trials as masters time trialists seem to maintain their fast times longer than similar aged runners and swimmers according to data presented in the book.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Good read; better if you have a Power-meter and VO2Max test. 13 juillet 2015
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I have been seriously training on my bicycle for the last two years and I just turned 50 a month ago. I have yet to invest in a power-meter or O2max test for my training, when I do this material will be more worthwhile. This book does explain how to run the tests without these.
Much of the requirement for high intensity training is excellent (and is copied in other places).

The most useful discussion was on decrease in usable heart-rate with age, I wish he would expand. Joel, (nor I) have experience the 1/2 to 1 BPM drop/year in useful heart rate suggested in most literature. I can sustain 145 BPM six to eight hours 152 two hours and I limit myself to 160-165 for 5-10 minutes, I do have a good feel for my lactate threshold and best power cadence.

I was hoping for more sports nutrition information which I found lacking.
Worth the read I does seem to get repetitive/detailed after the first 4 chapters.

5.0 étoiles sur 5 A must for athletes of all ages. 23 mars 2017
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The explanations may get a bit technical at times. However, keep going over it and a lot of good information on slowing the affects of aging are there. For younger athletes, the insight into metabolism may help stave off some of the ravages of poor diet and poor exercise that many of us were taught from the 60s and beyond. If you want to exercise to lose weight or to go faster or just enjoy your sport more, there is really good information you can glean out of this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Book. Maybe one of the better "health" books I've read. 15 mars 2015
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Friel advocates intense exercise, and if there is a fountain of youth, intense efforts are possibly just that.

This book is much more information and is way beyond "Cycling Past 50." I found all the material to be helpful, although a bit redundant at times. The chapter on periodization is confusing. (I've read Friel's other books, and I find his whole periodization program overly complex and simply impossible to follow.) But other than that one chapter, the rest of the material is excellent.
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