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The calves can increase in strength 6% a week; the glutes. 4%; the It's easier to train in the summer, and Vitamin D might Pavel's Advice to Me in Easy Strength is a strength training protocol consisting of performing the same lifts on the Easy Strength training program by Dan John and Pavel Tsatsouline. Easy Strength. Daniel John The calves can increase in strength 6% a week; the glutes. 4%; the triceps 3%; Pavel's Advice to Me in “For the next
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pages. PDF eBook. Read Easy Strength foreword by Listen to the Easy Strength Secrets Teleseminar with Pavel & Dan here. Read the Transcript of the. How Even Easier Strength Training Differs from Easy Strength. 95 young émigré, Pavel Tsatsouline, was promising to challenge many of our. Western World's. It's going to seem easy. When the weights feel light, simply add more weight." Pavel called the program "Easy Strength." I tried it. I picked five exercises I needed.
Winning is a "bad" good, and losing can be a very "good" bad. And that's not just in sports or strength, but in life. Take it to the bank, people. Learning to lose well is much easier than learning to win well. You can probably say the same thing about most of life's setbacks. I personally dislike reading reviews of fitness programs by reviewers that haven't actually run the program but comment anyway.
I ran the 40 day program end of last year. Here's my assessment. Positive: Pavel knows his strength training, his principles are always sound. I own almost all of his strength books. Generally maintained strength levels. Negative: I didn't increas I only give these types of books reviews after I try out the material. Negative: I didn't increase my strength by very much. Although this frees up energy because of the quick and easy sessions, you're also spending more days in the gym almost every day for 40 sessions.
So time and scheduling can become a factor.
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Conclusion: It's a decent program if you're playing another sport and wish to maintain your strength in an easy 'don't think too much about it' fashion.
I have had the good fortune of being able to do that very thing on more than one occasion and Easy Strength often reads like someone transcribed one of these conversations.
Pavel and Dan open up on the subject of strength, why it is important and how to develop it. This book is a wealth of information for anyone interested in getting stronger.
The Explosive Lifts and the "Fast 10 and 20" Fat Loss Hypertrophy Element 1: The Basic Strength Program Element 2: The Complexes Nutrition and Other Factors Pavel and Dan John are two of the best communicators in the industry.
They are also, two of the most knowledgeable coaches ever. The education and experience shared by them will shorten the learning curve of anyone that applies it. I've been involved in the weightlifting, strength training, and bodybuilding game for 26 years now. In that time I have pretty much tried it all. Working out 1 day a week to working out 6 days a week, twice a day. I've read pretty much all of the best books there are to read on strength training; including Verkhoshansky, Zatsiorsky, and almost every book available from Dragondoor.
I've used Westside templates, Bulgarian Burst training if anyone remembers that , programs from DeFranco, and on and on and on. You name it and I have probably tried it. I'm also a retired United States Marine, so I definitely know what it means to work hard. I say all that to say this!
The wealth of information that is available, and the format that it is presented in, make it extremely easy to understand and apply to your own training, and the training of the athletes that you coach. It seems like some of the training recommendations would never work, based off of comparisons of traditional strength training protocols.
Me and my two training partners implemented the Even Easier Strength rep scheme, waving the weights up when we are feeling stronger, and taking it easy when we don't. And even taking it easy on days when we know we could really push it. Compared to some of the other programs that I've followed, the workouts are "easy", and we never leave the gym completely exhausted or worn-out. Our strength continues to climb on a weekly basis, and PRs are getting broken on an average of every other week to every third week.
Our workouts take an average of minutes max. It is truly an eye-opening experience. Easy Strength has my absolute highest recommendation for anyone involved in strength training. download this book and start implementing these principles immediately. It will be one of the best investments you will EVER make. Dan John and Pavel This book is a must read.
Like Bruce Lee's philosophy of leaving what doesn't work and taking what does, this book blasts away what doesn't work in plain language without the fluff. Pavel refuses to repeat what we already know.
These guys have to experience. They know what works. I was at a sticking point in my strength. This book helped me break through that brick wall that was eluding me.
I'm getting ready for my RKC weekend and was worried that I wasn't going to meet the standard.
I have no worries now. I was sapping my strength thinking I was doing the right thing. I found out right away what I was doing wrong in the first chapter. This book is revolutionary. Pavel and Dan have produced a book that I feel should change the industry! Belongs on the bookshelf well read of course as one of the classic and definitive strength and conditioning texts.
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Just finished an "Easy Strength" slow read through and highlight last night. As much as I think of Beyond Bodybuilding, it is now moved one further out on my shelf so Easy Strength can sit side by side with Supertraning. If Supertraining is the old testament of training acutally I would really consider it the TORAH , I now consider Easy Strength to be in the new and maybe even specifically Revelation to continue and add to the metaphor.
Hands down the best book I have read in the strength and conditioning domain. I will continue to reread it for the rest of my career and recommend it to everyone working as a strength coach.
It has married the science from Eastern Europe with the common sense of two very experienced and successful strength coaches and is a hugely enjoyable read. Whenever you are getting frustrated with the industry pick up this book for a reminder of all things good about strength and conditioning! I really hope Dan and Pavel collaborate in this format again. Essentially, they have removed the fluff, filler, static, and misinformation that has leaked into the world of strength training and refined all of the important information into an approach that is so simple it is brilliant.
Unfortunately, this brilliance may be over looked on the first read of Easy Strength because it is such an easy approach. Rarely is complex better than simple. This book is a MUCH needed reminder of that in the world of strength training where the latest and greatest training programs often begin with "5 minute this" or "Super Secret that" but rarely produce lasting results.
This book is a breath of fresh air that reminds us of what we really need to be doing to get results and more importantly gives us a system to achieve this. Dan John could make a book on numbers fun to read and Pavel could make a book of mathematical algoithms easy to understand. They are the perfect complement to each other and make the ofter confusing, and swirling world of strength training simple to understand.
I am re-reading Easy Strength for the fourth time in 18 months.
When I first read it, I did not understand it truly. Simple rep ranges certainly meant strength, or mass, or stamina gains, as the sport science textbooks all agree, so what was special about this book? Between the 2nd and 3rd reads, I returned to training for pure strength, being 6 years removed from powerlifting.
I hopped from program to program each six weeks. I even used Dan John's 40 Day Program for 20 days I felt like there was a pattern, but I was missing it. Then, the real genius of Easy Strength hit me. I scanned , read about Sandow, Aserati, and the Russian greats.
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I noticed that the same ideas were being repeated by all the elite professionals in strength. Easy Strength set me on an incredible learning journey in the world of training. So much of my work with clients has evolved and improved since I first booted up Easy Strength on my kindle.
On this 4th read, I finally see how much I do not know and am excited about it. One of your many great products, and I think I am just starting to get it.
I have to admit, that's what I was thinking when I saw the new title Pavel and Dan put out. Then again, Power To The People was one of the best and earliest books I've read on strength training It was the best book I've read this year on training. The main thrust of the book is of course "easy strength" -- almost like an extrapolation of "Greasing the groove" and all the ways that an athlete could apply that type of strength to make themselves better at their chosen sport.
Yes, Pavel and Dan like to tell stories. Yes, there are lots of different routines like a buffet. Yes, that all makes it more enjoyable for me. I picked up some great tips that will take my deadlift through the roof next year High praise for me, I am already at a 3x BW Deadlift with no belt That's the key thing I got from this book. I want it all now. I want to be super strong now. I really can't recommend this book enough. I almost used up an entire highlighter going through it just once Do yourself a favor, get this book and get strong!
Coach Dan John fits that mold. Great Coaches and exceptional people can turn prospects into customers, and customers into evangelists. It is easy to see how much affect Coach John has had in my career as a Strength Coach! Michelangelo said it best:I noticed that the same ideas were being repeated by all the elite professionals in strength.
Hard Style Abs: Hit Hard. Ideally, keep one extra rep in the bank. Part of my improvement came by getting better at my breathing, and, of course, a lot of it was just getting more efficient at the movement.
This Hardstyle 4-Hour Abs exercise.. Here's the secret again : The goal of this program is to gently raise your efforts load on the easy days so that the bar feels light.
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Between the 2nd and 3rd reads, I returned to training for pure strength, being 6 years removed from powerlifting. Legs Bodybuilding. I stopped because my home setup is deadlift unfriendly at to much of my focus went to the setup