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Power Speed ENDURANCE: A Skill-Based Approach to Endurance Training (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 12. November 2012


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  • Taschenbuch: 416 Seiten
  • Verlag: Victory Belt Publishing; Auflage: Original. (12. November 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1936608618
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936608614
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 21,6 x 3 x 27,6 cm
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"While writing The 4-Hour Body, I conducted thousands of tests and experiments and consulted with more than a hundred scientists, doctors, and world-class athletic coaches. It was a three-year quest to find the smallest inputs that create the largest outputs. On the endurance front, one name came up again and again: Brian MacKenzie. If you want to go from zero to marathon in 12 weeks, or perhaps run 100 miles and dead-lift two to three times your body weight without struggle, he's your secret weapon. Listen and learn."—Timothy Ferriss, #1 New York Times best-selling author of The 4-Hour Body

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Brian MacKenzie is a world-renowned strength and conditioning coach and the innovator of the endurance / strength and conditioning paradigm. He created CrossFit Endurance (www.crossfitendurance.com), which specializes in movement with an emphasis in running, cycling, and swimming mechanics. MacKenzie and his program have been featured in Competitor Magazine, Runners World, Triathlete Magazine, Men's Journal, ESPN Rise, The Economist, Tim Ferriss' New York Times bestseller The 4-Hour Body, Men's Running UK, LA Sport & Fitness, and Rivera Magazine. He has consulted with several teams, including the 2012 Western Athletic Conference Champions San Jose State Women's Swim Team.

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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Michael Mertens am 1. September 2013
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Crossfit, Funktionales Training, WOD. Wenn Ihnen diese drei Begriffe geläufig sind, dann würde ich Ihnen vom Kauf des Buches abraten.
Vielmehr können Sie die wesentlichen Kernaussagen und Anweisungen des Buches ergoogeln und alles ist Gut.

Sind Ihnen die Begriffe jedoch nicht geläufig und Sie sind rein ein Kenner Ihrer Sportart, z.B. Laufen, dann werden Sie in diesem
Buch jede Menge Impulse finden, wie Sie ihr Training, Ihr Laufen und Ihren Körper auf ein höheres Level bringen. Die vorgestellten Methoden sowie
die Integration in Ihre jeweilige Sportart (Laufen, Schwimmen, Radfahren) werden ausführlich beschrieben und in Trainingspläne gegossen.

Ich bin davon überzeugt, dass diese noch in Deutschland junge Disziplin: Crossfit - ihren Weg Stück für Stück nach Europa finden wird und die
isolierten Trainingsmethoden (die zwar einen schönen Bizeps machen, aber es nicht zulassen zwei Sprudelkisten gleichzeitig in den 5ften Stock zu tragen)
verdrängen wird.
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177 von 200 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Assumption - you know what that gets!! 17. Dezember 2012
Von Peter Quigg - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Pre-statements for this:

I have been coaching endurance athletes for 10 years, mostly runners with a few triathletes thrown in. I attended USAT and USATF level one clinics many years ago. I have dozens of all-americans, conference champions, school records and NCAA trophy teams in XC and Track.

Pros:

1) The sections on recovery and tissue mobility are worth the price of the kindle book. Myofascial release is given little attention in standard running/endurance texts though it is very important to overall muscle health and function.

2) The form sections are complete, but please refer back to the title of the review. I'll address this later, but it's a solid review of the pose method. Dr. Romanov's books are available, so for further info consult those...

Cons:

1) The standard Crossfit assumption is how runners just do LSD, paying no attention to mobility/strength/coordination/flexibility, etc. It's that we repeat the same general pattern, distances and exercises from week to week without viewing a runner as a total athlete. It's flat out insulting - majorly insulting - to most running coaches. Part of a "new way" of training is the intonation that the "old way" was flawed and poor.

2) There is nothing new - not even remotely so - in this book. "The runners of tomorrow will be strong. The runners will develop themselves through lifting heavy weight and running sand and hills; anything for a heavy, sweating effort." Percy Cerutty (the legendary Australian coach) said this... In 1955!!!!!

3) Periodization is the idea that you structure training from the least specific to your target race to the most specific work for your target race in a way that gets you to the starting line prepared in the best possible way to succeed at your target race. CFE removes this process. The same basic rules apply that CFE takes as their "new and true". You need different components at different times of year. You can't perform the same exercises more than a few weeks in a row. The body will adapt and plateau if one thing is maintained for too long. BUT, the difference is that it is planned in periodization to get you to the starting line to perform your best.

4) The lifts provided form an excellent base of strength for an endurance athlete. There are more specific/functional strength exercises you can/should perform as you get closer to race day. Yes, they will keep up your ability to perform in everyday life while extending your capacity as an endurance athlete. It's all part of that periodization thing. These variations in training can and SHOULD be planned, but CFE makes them random.

5) POSE pisses me off a bit. It has good intention, but once again there's the assumption no one runs correctly to begin with. I teach all of my athletes to pull with their glutes and hamstrings, maintain their foot strike over their center of gravity and those who don't do it to begin with are sure able to do it by the end. We build the strength in the weight room and teach through every day drills. I don't have a fancy name for it nor do I make a ton of money selling seminars, but it works.

Hopefully this all makes sense. Big words, decent ideas and a couple of big objections!!
61 von 77 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Presentation Perfect...Considerable amount of bad content. 26. November 2012
Von TheAdjuster - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
would really like to give it a 2.5/5, but all 2.5 comes from the layout and presentation.

the main reason i give this 2 stars is that this is a plan for general fitness and will not help you sent PR's at the longer races and has some bad information.

pros:
- The layout and presentation of this book is fantastic and among the best I've seen for instructional books. Each section has a color-coded tab you can easily flip to. Then there are many photos taken from different angles to supplement the text. In terms of fitness books, the layout/presentation of this book is the best I've seen.
- The mobility section is a must read in terms of content. Can't wait for K.Star's book to come out.
- mid-line stabilization discussion is right on.
- section on hydration is a must read.

cons: (note - i'm not a biker or swimmer so my review does not include critiques on those sections)
- in terms of form, this book clearly prescribes doing several exercises at best sub-optimally, at worst incorrectly. for example the bench press and deadlift. so i was interested to see if this bad form was a cross-fit thing and went to the main CrossFit exercise demo website and found this book does not follow what even CF says in terms of setup and form with these exercises. As these are two of the big-3 lifts and they couldn't seem to get them right, I read through the rest of the exercise demo's in the book with a grain of salt. even if it has the best presentation in the market, what good is an exercise book if it doesn't teach the exercises correctly, even according to its parent organization?
- on the internet people claim CFE ignores the benefits of the LSD. This book clarifies that when elite runners are doing LSD runs they are far more intense than rec. runners out on a easy job. however nowhere do they incorporate the mitochondrial benefits of the long distance run. so it seems they choose not to add the benefits of longer runs but don't say why? this carries over to other aspects of the plan. seems like rather than taking what works from 'conventional' plans and adding to it, they do try to create something completely different.
- CF and CFE trains a lot in the anaerobic glycolytic zone. this is not a compatible training mode for aerobic endurance as it affects the mitochondria negatively. no wonder mackenzie has had so many DNF since he came out with this.
- nutrition: never addresses very valid criticisms of the paleo diet including the fact that many people today can process lactose with no problem.(evolution of the digestive system, for one, lack of longer lives and thus more age-related diseases for hunter gatherers, for two.)

in my opinion, a reader should use this book to supplement their overall knowledge of fitness. do not use it if you want to become a great endurance athlete.
4 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
My Crossfit Reference Tool 31. Dezember 2012
Von Ultramed Services Dr Garth McIntyre - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I've been following the Crossfit endurance program for the last 38 weeks and this book has now provided a simple, comprehensive reference guide for the elements of the program. It includes sections on the principles of Crossfit, endurance activities and all the various lifts and movements. So far it has saved me a few visits to YouTube searching for demonstrations.
8 von 10 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Well done. 3. Januar 2013
Von jksnake - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
One of the first books i have read that explains crossfit, both theiry and practical. Provides an excellent array of rountines, progressions and wods for the beginner and the more advanced. Also provides an execellent section on how to design your own workouts. My only negative is the discrepancy in price between the ebook price of ten dollars versus the hardcopy price of forty dollars ( still worth the cost).
3 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Good insight, has some small editing errors 21. Januar 2013
Von Vivek - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This book has a lot of great insight into mobility exercises, skill drills, the philosophy/theory of Crossfit endurance methods, and programming. This style of programming and training definitely delivers results, based on my own experience. The book alone will not be an all-encompassing guide - it is a resource that will fit great in your library right next to anything by Mark Rippetoe. I would recommend training at a Crossfit gym with a skilled coach to truly reap the benefits of this style of programming. This is a good resource if you are interested in training this way, or if your current Crossfit gym trainers are not as well-versed in applying Crossfit to endurance athletes.

I am only giving it 4 stars, however, because there are quite a few editing errors. For example, some of the illustration headings don't match the pictures or progressions shown, and there are several typos and grammatical errors. The errors don't really detract from the intent of the book, but I was just surprised to see them.
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