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Super Joints: Russian Longevity Secrets for Pain-free Movement, Maximum Mobility and Flexible Strength [Kindle Edition]

Pavel Tsatsouline
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Kurzbeschreibung

The Do-It-Now, Fast-Start, Get-Up-and-Go, Jump-into-Action Bible for High Performance and Longer LifeYou have a choice in life. You can sputter and stumble and creak your way along in a process of painful, slow decline-or you can take charge of your health and become a human dynamo.And there is no better way to insure a long, pain-free life than performing the right daily combination of joint mobility and strength-flexibility exercises. In Super Joints, Russian fitness expert Pavel Tsatsouline shows you exactly how to quickly achieve and maintain peak joint health-and then use it to improve every aspect of your physical performance.Only the foolish would deliberately ignore the life-saving and life-enhancing advice Pavel offers in Super Joints. Why would anyone willingly subject themselves to a life of increasing pain, degeneration and decrepitude? But for an athlete, a dancer, a martial artist or any serious performer, Super Joints could spell the difference between greatness and mediocrity.Discover: The twenty-eight most valuable drills for youthful joints and a stronger stretch.How to save your joints and prevent or reduce arthritis. The one-stop care-shop for your inner Tin Man-how to give your nervous system a tune up, your joints a lube-job and your energy a recharge. What it takes to go from cruise control to full throttle: The One Thousand Moves Morning Recharge-Amosov's "bigger bang" calisthenics complex for achieving heaven-on-earth in 25 minutes. How to make your body feel better than you can remember-active flexibility for sporting prowess and fewer injuries. The amazing Pink Panther technique that may add a couple of feet to your stretch the first time you do it.

Synopsis

You have a choice in life. You can sputter and stumble and creak your way along in a process of painful, slow decline -- or you can take charge of your health and become a human dynamo. And there is no better way to insure a long, pain-free life than performing the right daily combination of joint mobility and strength-flexibility exercises. In this book, Russian fitness expert Pavel Tsatsouline shows you exactly how to quickly achieve and maintain peak joint health -- and then use it to improve every aspect of your physical performance. Only the foolish would deliberately ignore the life-saving and life-enhancing advice Pavel offers here. Why would anyone willingly subject themselves to a life of increasing pain, degeneration and decrepitude? But for an athlete, a dancer, a martial artist or any serious performer, this book could spell the difference between greatness and mediocrity.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen ideal für alle über 50 7. Juli 2009
Von I. Poelzl
Format:Taschenbuch
die übungen sind idal für 50+. in kurzer zeit, werden alle gelenke mit einfachen übungen durchblutet. ideal auch für bereits veränderte schmerzende gelenke. nach den übungen wirds richtig warm im gelenk - zeichen für durchblutung. leider nur in englisch verfügbar.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Einfache Patente Ratschläge um Gelenke zu aktivieren 24. September 2010
Von Elgin
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
Kurze patente Information. Obwohl das Buchformat schmal ist, fand ich sehr viel Information in dem Buch, auch die Bilder unterstützen gut das Verständnis. Wenig Text, kommt schnell auf den Punkt. Die Übungen eignen sich für jede Person. Ich mache eine Kurzfassung jeden Morgen (also mit weniger Wiederholungen) und am Wochenende eine etwas längere version (mehr Wiederholungen). Die Übungen tun mir und meinen Gelenken gut. Ist auf Englisch, denke aber, da so wenig Text ist, kann man sich da auch mit Schulenglischkenntnissen einlesen.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Gut, aber 17. März 2012
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
Ist nett, hat mir in der anwendung geholfen, ist aber wie alle DD Bücher recht teuer und am Ende mit Werbung zugepflastert. Man darf auch nciht empfindlich sein was Selbstdarstellung und den ständigen Bezug zu "alten russischen Geheimnissen" angeht - Comrade :-)
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Bewertung 12. August 2013
Von Stefan
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...zu tuer für die Informationen da das Buch im Prinzip nichts Neues enthält und
wie ich finde nur vom Titel her aufgemöbelt wurde !
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Tried and compared.... 10. Februar 2004
Von Jason Erickson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Pavel is an accomplished guy with some impressive physical ability. I respect that, so I got a few of his books and borrowed some of his tapes to see what he recommends.
"Super Joints" is a quick, easy-to-follow handbook that anyone can use for basic guidelines on how to regain or improve overall joint mobility and flexibility.
Many of the movements presented will be familiar, but some of his ideas of how to combine them may not be. I would have liked to see more detailed descriptions, including variations and more photos of some movements.
After a 6-month break from nearly all physical activity, I started to get back into working out by incorporating a number of the movements and principles in this book. Overall, I am pleased with the results, and I feel this justifies a portion of the advertised price.
Aside from the joint mobility movements and principles, Pavel does talk about the use of calisthenics that will progressively increase joint mobility as well. While it doesn't get as much attention as it deserves, I have combined what he did present with my existing knowledge of basic and advanced calisthenics and gotten good results that way too. If I didn't have some experience with this, I don't know if I could have had the same success based solely on what the book contains.
Pavel also touches on the stretching principles outlined in some of his other books, which are predominantly based on PNF (proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation) stretching doctrines. He definitely intends for you to combine this with his other works in order to realize the full benefits, but most people can certainly have some good success with the material he presents here.
This book's biggest failures are the oversimplified presentation and lack of variations, and the mediocre editing job which leaves some odd printing and writing errors to contend with. I am glad I have a copy, and I am really glad I got it for half price, which is about right.
I highly recommend looking at Kit Laughlin's "Stretching & Flexibility" and "Overcoming Neck & Back Pain" for a better presentation on regaining mobility through PNF stretching, and Scott Sonnon's "Bodyflow" is a fascinating and extremely detailed approach to improving overall mobility through coordinated movement.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Don't Believe the Hype 25. Oktober 2001
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
I was absolutely sick at how sloppy and uninformative this book was while at the same time so very expensive. There are so many misspellings and misprints it is really hard to read sometimes. Of course there isn't much to read as most of the text is in big print and spaced out as much as it can be. There are probably no more than 20 or so pages of information stretched out over 100 pages. Many blocks of text and photos are repeated two or three times! Was this a misprint or just filler? Either way, its not good.
Worse than that, the information is flat out wrong in many cases. Does the author know the difference between a kyphosis and a lordosis? Not judging by the drawings! Does he understand posture? Probably not, or at least he doesn't bother to clearly explain the concepts. The author displays a condescending attitude toward his readers, simplifying everything to the point where he conveys nothing. I wonder how much he really knows himself. Nothing in here can be attributed to the author. All the exercises and routines are taken from some other source. No evidence of Pavel's genius as proclaimed by his loyal followers
Many of the exercises and the joint mobility tests are not even illustrated! No excuse for this in a 35.00 book! The written descriptions aren't all that clear either. I have also seen versions of these exercises that were far more complete than what the author presents here.
So, what the reader is left with is a few grainy black and white photos of exercises taught in every elementary school gym class. I am a big believer in joint mobility training, but this book isn't worth half the price.
Pavel Tsatsouline has gotten himself a lot of publicity. He is a great marketer and self promoter. His skill as an author and his knowledge as a trainer must be called into question. If you like to be conned get this book. Otherwise, look elsewhere. This is really a shameful effort on his part.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen has only one book 14. Dezember 2001
Von Oavde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Pavel has some good material in his various texts but really, he has only written one book: then split it up into many books, charged a fortune for each, filled them with blank space huge text and repetitive photos.
I won't deny the soviets have some great research, you won't find it here.
You could prob. skip all his books just reading his articles in Muscle Media magazine.
There is absolutely no excuse putting together something like this and charging so much.
All his works should be one giant book well illustrated well explained and edited for a change, perhaps still selling for $40 or so but good value at least.
Take a look at the book in person, in a bookstore, before purchasing.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen --- EXTREMELY SUSPICIOUS --- of other reviewers 1. Dezember 2003
Von Oavde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
I am ~extremely~ suspicious of other reviewers here, who have posted in response to my earlier review that only gave 1 star.
I think many of the reviews here were written by Pavel or agents for Pavel, friends, family, business associates - whatever.
I suspect it is very, very much his way of doing things. He is a very aggressive marketer - and successful at making a name for himself - and I would not be at all surprised if he deliberately spammed amazon + other sites with positive recommendations for his books.
There is no justification for many of the positive reviews seen here. Quite a few of them refer to things that the book simply does not contain.
I have nothing against Pavel and I think some of his other works are very good, for example, the Kettlebell book. It is not the best it can be, far from it, it is very incomplete, but overall the Kettlebell book is a good read, has good exercises, Pavel has quite a bit of eccentric charm.
HOWEVER I think this book is a bit light, nothing special, and I think most if not all the positive reviews here are covert advertising - so anyone reading these, take note of what I am saying, take them with a grain of salt AND LOOK AT THE BOOK FOR YOURSELF before you buy it, make up your own mind.
I am not denying that the book has some worth nor that the exercises won't help you out, however the price is high, the content sparse and the advertising thick and in your face.
MAKE UP YOUR OWN MIND.
Oh, and Pavel (+friends), please don't come back posting a review along the lines of "well I was put off by the negative review then I had a look in the bookstore and it was fantastic" you've already done a few of those. I say to genuine readers - go and LOOK at the book first (then order from amazon if you like it). DON'T trust these reviews.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Ripped Off! 17. Oktober 2001
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Overpriced and short on substance. Insulting, unclear and sloppy. I can hardly express the disapointment and anger I felt at paying a very premium price-$...- for a book that was obviously thrown together over a weekend. Pavel Tsatsouline is one of many thousands of trainers who have had access to and teach these methods. What sets Pavel apart is his ability to market himself and gimmicks like the "evil Russian" and calling everyone "Comrade",. He has built a small cult following of people who praise his every move. All that would be fun and amusing if it weren't for the poor quality of his books and tapes.
For $... you get a thin book with some large, well spaced out type that takes up 130 or so pages. Actually, it shouldn't take more than 50. Annoyingly, the author doesn't believe in spell-check or proof reading and the reader will be hit by numerous misspellings, grammatical errors and out and inexcusable mistakes. Paragraphs are repeated for no reason and pictures are mistakenly(?) doubled as well.
The exercises, while valuable, are not radically different from what most people have done in gym class. They are also not clearly explained at all! Many exercises aren't even illustrated, leaving the reader to fend with ambiguous written descriptions! For $...!!! I am familiar with the material shown and can tell you that Pavel only shows you half the exercise in many cases. For the price of this book I expect the beginning and advanced versions.
The author must think his readers to be low IQ types and refuses in many cases to lay out the anatomical or physiological basis for his claims. Are deep squats bad? No, says Pavel. Why? 'Cause I said so, comrade! Again, for $...., I'll decide if its too complex for me to understand!
Slick marketing, tasteless advertising hype and a cult following aren't enough to justify this waste of paper. One of the author's favorite slogans is "Get Pavelized!" I now know what that means: to be financially sodomized and brainwashed into liking it. Go with Kurz's Stretching Scientifically or any decent Yoga or Chi Kung book or tape for three times the info, done better for half the price!
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