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  • Taschenbuch: 270 Seiten
  • Verlag: Lotus Publishing (15. Februar 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1931046174
  • ISBN-13: 978-1931046176
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,4 x 1,7 x 22,6 cm
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"Even if you find the right answers, what good will it do if you were asking wrong questions? Dan John poses unexpected questions every athlete and strength coach should ask himself--and brilliantly answers them. Intervention is the perfect companion to Easy Strength." Pavel Tsatsouline, Chairman, StrongFirst "I've always said the greatest compliment to a coach is to say he gets it. Dan John really gets it...and knows how to put it on paper. Read and enjoy." ~Michael Boyle, Strengthcoach.com "I love Dan John's back-to-basics yet progressive approach, his coupling of the physical and spiritual dimensions of training, his attention to detail and his ability to help push us to find our inner limits." ~Todd Durkin

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Dan John has spent his life with one foot in the world of lifting and throwing, and the other foot in academia. An All-American discus thrower, Dan has also competed at the highest levels of Olympic lifting, Highland Games and the Weight Pentathlon, an event in which he holds the American record. Dan spends his work life blending weekly workshops and lectures with full-time writing, and is also an online religious studies instructor for Columbia College of Missouri. His previous books include Never Let Go, Mass Made Simple and Easy Strength, written with Pavel Tsatsouline. The companion DVD for this book, Intervention, was filmed in 2011 and is available through optbooks.com. You can keep up with Dan via his website at danjohn.net.

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4 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von TomK1412 am 7. März 2013
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Lehnt Euch zurück und betrachtet Eure (oder die Eurer Schüler/Sportler) Ausgangslage (Punkt A) und Eure Ziele (Punkt B). Ist das Trainingsprogramm / Training dazu geeignet um Euch von A nach B zu bringen. Könnt Ihr es auch realistisch erreichen? Müsst Ihr A, B oder den Weg (Training, Ernährung, Einstellung) anpassen?

Dan John gibt in gewohnt lockerer Weise tiefe Einblicke in das Bread and Butter eines Strength and Conditioning Coaches. Er erläutert sein Modell der Fundamental Movements (Push, Pull, Hinge, Squat, Loaded Carry, everything else) und der dazugehörigen Movement Pattern. Das Buch ist durchaus ein Eyeopener und jedem motivierten Trainer und Trainierendem ans Herz zu legen.
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nichts zu sagen. Dan John kennt scheinbar sehr viele Athleten und deren Trainingsprogramme. Warum die besten Athleten der Welt ihm diese verraten haben, bleibt freilich die spannende Frage.
Jetzt kämpft man sich durch das erste Drittel des Buchs und kann nachher wissen aus welchem Grund man trainiert: trainiert man für Leistung oder für Lebensqualität oder für Fitness? Es braucht sehr viele Seiten, um zu eruieren, was einem schon vorher klar war.
Dann kommen die Hauptaussagen, die sich über viele Seiten erstrecken:
- Mache Krafttraining,
- mache Grundübungen,
- mache olympische Übungen,
mache "loaded Human Movements" ala Strongman.

Dazu gesellen sich ein paar Lebensweisheiten, die auf jeden Fall vernünftig sind - aber mehr sind sie auch nicht.
Dan John spricht keine konkreten Empfehlungen aus und sagt nicht, welche Übungen wirklich was bringen. Er hat das Talent alles zu sagen und gleichzeitig nichts. Es gibt genau ein Buch von ihm, in dem er einen Trainingsplan vorstellt, nämlich "Mass made simple".
Das war das einzig konkrete seiner Werke. Er hat wohl vom Coautor "Pavel" gelernt, den ich echt gefressen habe.
Gemeint ist das Buch wohl als ein Gedankenanstoß. Man soll reflektieren, was man macht.
Okay, das ist immer ne gute Idee... aber leider kommt nicht viel mehr. Positiv ist, dass der Autor nicht den Schein erwecken will, dass er weiß, wie das Training funktioniert.
Dan John erzählt mal hiervon und mal davon. Er spricht sich auch immer wieder dafür aus, dass man selbst testen soll. Das ist ja auch völlig richtig. Leider verliert er damit jedwede Linie und es bleibt keine Trainingsempfehlung übrig.
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Instant classic 24. November 2012
Von Christopher - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I just finished my first read-through of Intervention, and I've got to say that for the fitness professional, it might be the single most important book I've ever read. For those familiar with Dan John, it will come as no surprise that the information is logical, systematic, packed with common sense, and yet presented in a way that makes you say "I never thought of it that way." I found that it simultaneously challenges and validates much of what I've done over the past 25 years, but that I'm neglecting one of the fundamental human movements. As Dan notes, it's something I know I should be doing--and even program for other people--but find reasons not to do myself.

This one's a classic, for sure.
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May be the MOST IMPORTANT fitness book you ever read... 28. November 2012
Von Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS, CISSN - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you don't know who Dan John is, he's a legend in strength training.
I was curious if Coach Dan could possibly write a book as important as his previous work "Never Let Go," which is in a class by itself.

"Intervention" is an outstanding book by an authentic expert in the area of strengthening and conditioning. This book exceeded my expectations.
I knew it would be good, but wasn't sure how he could possibly top the work of Never Let Go.

"intervention" is a system. 10 questions, 5 principles that can completely change the way you train or work with clients.
If you're in the fitness industry, this is an absolute "MUST READ" to get rid the clutter and truly understand what is most important.
I was blown away by the content. A simplistic approach to focusing on what really matters.

If you want to improve your own training, read this book. And, certainly if you want to improve others and really help people, read this book.
Insightful, practical, and superbly written. Focus on the fundamentals. Dan does a wonderful job of explaining why this is critical in our training.
And, the 2 biggest objectives we all should focus on are clearly explained. This is breakthrough information, in my opinion.

Programs, philosophy, and no fluff, zero! An instant classic? Absolutely. I truly hope that this book gets into the hands of many and people implement intervention.
An outstanding read from start to finish! Pure brilliance!!
I highly recommend getting this book and setting yourself apart by following the "intervention" system.
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'Intervention' 3. April 2013
Von RoryQ - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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One of the best reasons to buy Dan John's books is that he's a funny read as well as an insightful coach.

A natural raconteur, the author intersperses many of the chapters with anecdotes and snapshots of everyday life that lift the book above just being a bare matter of rep schemes, discussion of exercise selection etc. It was having enjoyed 'Never let go' on that basis that swayed me towards ordering 'Intervention'.

That's not to say that this wouldn't be an invaluable resource even if it was reduced to bare bones. The author does, in fact, repeatedly distill down his message and points out, in fact, that a lot of the time he feels he is telling athletes perfectly obvious or even common sense things: 'Fundamental human movements are fundamental', 'eat like an adult'...

One of the key points I took away from 'Intervention' is the value in accurately determining what your training needs are relative to the pressures and time-constraints of other aspects of life. A full-time job, some niggling injuries and an additional factor like a new baby or impending marriage (for example) doesn't go hand-in-hand with implementing a programme that was designed to get someone ready for a special forces pre-selection course, or football combine tests... And yet, that is what many of us have in our head when considering what is a 'reasonable' programme to attempt. Dan John champions an alternative approach favouring what is reasonable and sustainable verus tough but (sadly) unsustainable. Throughout he champions the use of fundamental human movement patterns as a basis for programme construction, with discussion of concepts around ensuring these movements are being performed optimally according to the trainee's needs, from novices through to advanced athletes.

Returning to an earlier reference, the author's diet chapter mentions 'eat like an adult'. Another bit of uncommon common sense, the more I thought about this the more I agree with the insight that a remarkable number of people today are basically still eating as if they were children (and fairly badly-fed children at that). Relying on ready-made processed or take-away meals to shore up a lack of cooking knowledge ... Eating sugary breakfast cereals and junk foodstuffs etc. I think that the concept of 'eating like an adult' encompasses the opposite approach: Shopping wisely, preparing skillfully (hopefully) and, in the process, likely ending up eating a substantially healthier diet as a result.

Not everyone needs to read a book like 'Intervention', but in my view if you are jaded with your training / carrying injuries / unsure of where you are going in your training then it may be tremendously useful.
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Another brilliant Dan John product. 25. November 2012
Von owen brown - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I love Dan John's work. Everytime I read one of his books, articles, or watch one of his DVD's, I just learn tons. Examples? I watched his kettlebell DVD and realised for over a year I had been swinging it wrong. Yes I'd read Pavel's work, and yes I'd seen other DVDs, but the way Dan explains stuff is so simple, it just works. His guide to bulking "Mass Made Simpe" was indeed simple, yet so effective it was staggering - I followed that book to the letter, and six weeks later I'd gained 28 pounds. I read his new book "Intervention" for the first time this week, I knew it woud be good, as its based on the excellent Intervention DVD, but after finishing it its even better than I'd hoped. If lays out a clear path for an athlete or trainer to follow, and again he makes it simple. Dan has a lifetime of coaching experience and here, he unpacks all this knowledge, letting the reader know exactly how to reach their goals. Reading this book is the next best thing to getting trained by Dan himself. Buy it.
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A Saner Approach To Lifting 2. Dezember 2012
Von Al Annunziato - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
One of the biggest hurdles for those of us who compete in the iron game is coming to grips with the fact that we can't beat ourselves into submission for months on end without consequences. Dan John's latest book, Intervention, drives this point home and offers a saner alternative, called simple strength, where even advanced lifters can reach new heights without lifting at joint jarring high intensities for so much of our annual training cycles.

Coach Dan provides a viable, user friendly path to more strength, better conditioning, less injury, and increased longevity. His work has had a profound effect on the way I look at training and programming. Highly recommended for any strength athlete.
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