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The Naked Warrior: Master the Secrets of the super-Strong--Using Bodyweight Exercises Only par [Tsatsouline, Pavel]
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Have you noticed-the greater a man's skill, the more he achieves with less? And the skill of strength is no exception. From the ancient days of Greek wrestling, to the jealously guarded secrets of Chinese Kung Fu masters, to the hard men of modern spec ops, warriors and allied strongmen have developed an amazing array of skills for generating inhuman strength.But these skills have been scattered far and wide, held closely secret, or communicated in a piecemeal fashion that has left most of us frustrated and far from reaching our true strength potential.Now, for the first time, Russian strength expert and former Spetsnaz instructor Pavel has gathered many of these devastating techniques into one highly teachable skill set. In The Naked Warrior Pavel reveals exactly what it takes to be super-strong in minimum time-when your body is your only tool.

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L'auteur, d'abord : P. Tsatouline est un ex-membre des forces spéciales russes. C'est d'ailleurs son meilleur argument de vente : la force physique, il connaît ! Il a émigré aux Etats-Unis, où il mène son business de culture physique en diffusant livres et vidéos qui ont un certain succès là-bas. Pour ceux qui ont lu « la semaine de 4 heures » de Tim Ferris, sachez que Ferris lui-même a fait une démonstration des méthodes de Tsatsouline sur son blog ! Et les résultats ont été impressionants...

Le livre, maintenant : sa particularité est de proposer des exercices de renforcement musculaire sans utiliser de matériel. Un peu comme la méthode Lafay...Sauf que cette dernière est extrêmement structurée et complète (ce qui d'ailleurs m'a démotivé au bout d'un moment). Naked Warrior est quant à lui trop léger pour constituer un vrai programme de musculation.

En effet, seuls deux exercices sont proposés :
- Pompes à une main
- Squat sur une jambe.

Puis suivent des variations à l'infini (jambes placées de plus en plus haut, environnement instable, etc.), le but étant de toujours soumettre le muscle à une intensité maximale. C'est là le « secret » de l'acquisition de force physique selon Tsatsouline : ces exercices peuvent être brefs et le nombre de répétition faible, mais ils doivent toujours soumettre le muscle à la plus grande intensité possible.
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L'auteur se focalise ici sur le développement de la force, il ne s'agit aucunement de parler prise de masse ou de
développer son endurance au travers de séries longues.

Il préconise donc des séries courtes (3 reps maxi), jamais de travail à l'échec et surtout de s'exercer le plus souvent possible.

Le contenu de son programme est quant à lui restreint à seulement ... 2 exercices :
Pompes à une main et squats profonds sur une jambes.

Ca peut paraître court mais les exercices dont il est question sollicitent énormément de groupes musculaires avec une
excellente intensité.

Il propose évidemment des variations plus faciles, vu que ces exercices ne sont pas à la portée du premier venu, le but
restant de parvenir à exécuter ses mouvements.

Il s’étend également longuement sur la respiration et l'importance de travailler en tension maximale pour développer sa force, ainsi que la nécessité de s'exercer aussi souvent que possible sans jamais atteindre l'échec toutefois, l'idée étant de rester frais
mais de bosser en intensité maximale sur un laps de temps très court mais répété tout au long de la journée.

J'ai trouvé en cet ouvrage un parfait complément à la série Convict Conditionning 1 & 2.

Je le déconseille cependant à des pratiquants débutants vu le manque de structure de la méthode, il apporte par contre
beaucoup à qui veut débloquer une situation de stagnation.
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It seems simple because it is. Also brutally effective if you follow the instructions properly. A good read for anybody who finds himself without free weights to train (and it always happens from time to time).
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Plein de techniques simples pour gagner en force au poids de corps avec presque aucun materiel. Ce livre est aussi ien pour le pratiquant lambda que confirmé.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 The Skill of Strength....and some advertisements to boot 28 avril 2006
Par Jo-Be-Se - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What can I say? Pavel is always a blend of the best and the worst in the fitness genre. He has some of the most intriguing, refreshing, hard-to-find, scientifically proven information out there. Like him or hate him, one cannot deny his genius and authority. At the same time, he is a salesman without peer. I'm glad to see him enjoying the benefits of free-market capitalism, but he could do without adding so much fluff and hyperbole to his books. His rhetoric can leave the uninitiated distrusting numerous other exercise methodologies, many of which are legitimate. Yes, as Pavel says there has been a softening of the fitness industry in america, but one does not have do subscribe to his version of "hardcore" fitness to see results.
The book itself is a tomb of information on how to build maximum strength using just your body and some floor space. Pavel covers only two exercises - the one-arm pushup and the one-leg squat (he calls it "the pistol" not a bad marketing techqnique). Despite this, as with most of Pavel's books, one can apply the techniques to a number of different exercises. Some of his techniques (such as body-tension, etc.) can be applied to traditional weight-lifting exercises, and are even covered in his book Power to the People. That's the reason this book receives 3 stars. It is packed with useful information.
The problems with this book are typical of all of Pavel's works. He argues that his is THE WAY to build muscle and strength. This is simply not so. Stuart McRobert, Mejia and Berardi, Zatsiorsky, etc. all have ideologies that disagree with Pavel on certain issues, and all of them work.
Pavel also charges too much for his books. He could easily meld this, Power to the People, and Russian Kettlebell Challenge into one book. The raw "lifting methodologies" are not so different between the two. Indeed much of the same information is covered in all three. The difference is in the implement used for exercise. With the few exercises Pavel includes in each (body-weight, barbell, and kettlebell) he could easily throw it all into one book for $34.95 and that would be worthwhile.
Last, Pavel has this annoying habit of throwing in product ads and intentionally leaving certain segments incomplete. He keeps selling future books by leaving certain chapters incomplete, and he pushes his "Ab Pavelizer" to no end. All in all this is fine, but it makes me question his commitment to true fitness versus his commitment to his wallet.
My recommendation? Buy it if you have a general background in lifting methodology and you can find it for less than list price. If you can't satisfy both of those requirements this book isn't worth your time.
158 internautes sur 172 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Some good info, but... 12 décembre 2004
Par E. Dahlberg - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I bought this book along with John Petersons Pushing Yourself To Power. I have to say I greatly prefer PYTP.

The Good

An excellent section on muscle control, breathing, "the corkscrew" zipping up.

I found the desrciptions helpful in guiding my muscles. They work.

The Bad

The book is full of annoying repetition of statements and huge type! I absolutely hate the number of times something is written in a paragraph, blown up into an enormous title/caption on the next page and then summarized all in about 2 pages. This book could of easily been half the number of pages it is.

The one arm pushup and the pistol are not for beginners! You really need to already be in decent shape before you start on the path to doing these exercises.

I plan on returning to this book in the future when my body is in better shape (I am about 35 lbs overweight- Currently 5' 6" 180 lbs.) I want to make it clear that I have no doubt that these exercises are effective, just don't get the book and plan on being able to do them the next day.

In conclusion- good info, bad book layout. Pushing yourself to power is much better for bodyweight exercises in my opinion.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A book on how to be freakishly strong! 23 mai 2005
Par Krait - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Pavel is controversial. Some people love him and some hate him. Pavel's book really delivers results that other books don't! I have experienced gains in strength and flexiblity. If you can do a one legged squat while holding a 20-40lbs weight on your chest, then don't buy this book. If you want to be truly strong not just look strong BUY THIS BOOK!

One reviewer suggested that you look up the 2 exercises on the net and start doing them. Well, if it were only that easy!!

What Pavel offers is.....1# SERIOUS TIPS starting from couch potato strength to being able to do these very hard exercises. I go to a gym and the pro's(with exercise science degrees)there can't even do them. These exercises are tough really tough. My advice is stick with it, don't rush be patient, it will take a few months or maybe longer. Use the props like a box or bench to assist strength development.

2# He is able to communicate deep internal muscular control without sounding new agey. That alone makes this book very valuable, especially for the martial artist. For a martial artist doing Sanchin kata, T'ai Chi or Yoga ,you will be taken to a level that most teachers don't teach or don't know.

3# He also imparts many exercise science concepts into plain English. Which again is amazing since he is Russian. I have learned many concepts like proprioception, antagonist muscles and many others. Not only do you learn these terms but he teaches you how to directly apply them to your training. I have no time to sift through a scientific textbook to pull out these concepts.

Maybe I am a slow learner but The large print and repetitive bullit points really help beat these concepts into your head.
So I love the format of the book. One reason I decided to review this book was after 6 months of owning it I kept coming to reread it and marking it up with my pen.

Pavel's whole philosophy towards exercise is NOT mindless repetitions of any exercise it is about increasing your sensitivity of learning. Getting stronger through Building skill. He does use his concepts over in other videos and book. His philosophy is widely applicable to many types of training thus extremely effective and efficient.

Good Luck
53 internautes sur 58 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Pavel's best book since Power to the People 10 mai 2004
Par D. Cooke - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Along with Power to the People, this is THE "how to" manual for getting stronger. The workout Pavel recommends contains only two exercises, the one-armed push-up and the pistol, a one-legged squat. But these exercises are not merely prescribed as a routine. Pavel uses them to teach you how to gain total body strength via the mastery of muscle tension. Really, the exercises are just vehicles for you to learn the skill of intense, total-body muscle contraction, although performing them will obviously make you exceptionally strong in those movements. In other words, this books teaches you how to be strong in all movements through the mastery of two basic exercises. For those of you put off by the difficulty of the exercises, Pavel demonstrates how to work up to those movements via easier variations of the exercises. Definately worth every penny.
252 internautes sur 294 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 A slight exageration to offset all of the fives. 13 mai 2004
Par . - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Yes Pavel has some good ideas for increasing one's demonstrable strength, and yes, one-armed pushups, and one-legged squats are perfect, no-equipment-needed ways to take one through the full range of difficulty in the major muscle groups, BUT why must he be so frugal with his information!. The principles are the same espoused in previous Pavel books and tapes, with two different movements. Every three of his books, (at least), could, and should, be condensed into one, with smaller print, less salesmanship, and a touch of intellectual generosity. I love way his proponents make the sparse number of movements seem like a virtue. It's not, not at $39.95, and not when I KNOW he'll be coming out with another product that reveals some 'secret'; that he's held back until all of the possible income has been derived from this one.
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