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Alex Zinchenko is a strength addict, coach and the author of the Rough Strength blog, where he shares his crazy ideas regarding training and nutrition. He is honest to toothache, straightforward like a train, and too daring to believe that heavy calisthenics, kettlebell and sandbag training along with intermittent fasting can deliver all the results you want.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Outstanding personal viewpoint on training 13. April 2014
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“Rough Strength Files: 42 ideas on Low-Tech Strength Training” by Alex Zinchenko is a fascinating series of 42 articles Alex wrote to publish both on his blog (Roughstrengthfiles) and as an ebook.

The first few of these articles are a fascinating look into the philosophy and practice of how to train for advanced calisthenics. Figuring right up front are the examples of one arm handstand push up and the seldom done right (in Alex's opinion) one arm pushup. Alex wants the one arm pushup done with the feet together and the body level, making it much more difficult than what he claims is the common practice of having the feet spread and not holding the body level.

Then Alex moves into a series of articles and interviews on strength training in general. These are realistic oriented. He states he has no preference between bodyweight, dumb bells, kettle bells, sand bags and stone. He feel the goals of the individual does make some difference. Logan Christopher and Paul Wade, Edward of Barstarrz, Supersaiyan, Yahont) along with others are featured. There is lots of discussion of volume vs intensity vs frequency which ends up with checking the goals of the individual (strength, mass, body building, general fitness) and the status of the individual (age, health, history in regard to strength training) and recommending mixing up the practice and emphasis of volume, intensity and frequency to fit the individual.

Then Alex moves into diet discussions. Again, he is realistic and states that the end practice of the better diets is more protein, more vegetables, fewer carbs and no sugar or highly prepared foods. He does recommend a 30 day no sugar push to break the sugar addiction most of us have.

Alex closes with thoughts on carries (farmers, overhead, suitcase) and explosiveness, how to avoid wasting time, and smarter food choices.

The book is well written, very readable and written with a little humor. The center of the road realism on many topics is a breath of fresh air in the face of many other authors writing with certainty as to the benefits of one or the other side. There are over 20 references to specific YouTube videos which help explain his points. I would recommend this book to those moderately advanced in the various aspects of strength and body building and to coaches in these fields for a look at the related sports through Alex's eyes. At times his frankness and openness and bluntness are eye opening.

Alex is a self confessed strength addict and coach in the Ukraine.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen put the money spent for gym fees in the bank... 9. April 2015
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This book is great in a the way that supports the idea that you don't have to spend thousands of dollars on equipment, memberships, and gym clothes in order to get a good workout. I was already doing some of what was recommended in the book prior to purchase, but in info presented gave me a lot of other ideas on minimal equipment/bodyweight workouts. As it is, my workouts consist of kettlebells, bodyweight exercises, and running and I spend zero dollars in gym fees. I will say that some equipment can be purchased, but $100+ kettlebell that you can get many years out of vs 350-1000 dollars per year in gym fees really makes a difference in your budget as well as your self confidence. To say that I'm in as good shape working out in my living room or front yard as those in the gym surrounded by equipment really says a lot.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Good Information In Small Doses 5. Dezember 2014
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The series of strength articles fits more into the physical culture style sub genre and focuses on limited to no equipment training. The author, whom I assume is not a native English speaker, does his best to deliver no nonsense advice to those looking to train with the bare minimum of gear, or those who simply wish to avoid the gym environment. I'd estimate 60 percent of the information to be useful, especially to those new to the iron game, however this useful information is delivered in a stilted and foul mouthed way; this book therefore is not for the faint of heart or children.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen No gym required 18. März 2014
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I have been training for over five years. This is the best book I ever read on strength training. Anyone serious about getting stronger will want to own this book. It will change the way you approach your strength training. After reading this book I know how to get rid of the useless crap in my workouts and my diet. I know what I need to focus on to get stronger. My favorite part is when he talks about the mental aspects of training and the warrior attitude. No more excuses to be lazy and weak!
2.0 von 5 Sternen Rehash of various other books. Not well done. 19. August 2016
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This book was simply a compilation of theories and approaches from other books. Not that well written, the book reminded me of a third to fourth string presentation of any book by Pavel. I recommend that readers just cut straight to books by Pavel.
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