In this collection of short talks, I tried to link together what I thought was crucial and important in the fitness field - and in sports in general - that sometimes don't work very well in something like a book or an article. These are all too long for an article, and too short for a book. But they're all very important principles, and these are all concepts I think need to be linked together.
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No. I would recommend Intervention by Dan John.
No. It is repetitive and not as complete as Intervention.
I like Dan's style generally - but these are separate recordings. The recordings are not the best quality - some echo - but this can be ignored for good content.
I really like Dan John's insights on training and diet, and thing that he is worth listening to. If you've never read/listened to Dan John before, you'll get a lot out of this - but you'd be better suited, if you have the time, to go for Intervention. There really wasn't much new in this. Also, in each of the lectures, he mentions the lecture notes, but there is no downloadable content with this Audible book. The description also says about bringing these ideas together - but there was no any part where he tied the ideas together - I think I was expecting a summary section.
"Great expansion on previous ideas."
I've read probably everything Dan John has ever written and this was by far the best listen as he expands into the context of his ideas and where you should go with it in beginning to understand the methods. Smart man with an extended knowledge of practical methods that you can immediately implement. Always great Coach.
Most fitness professionals or enthusiasts should read this. It is as the title claims; it teaches you a look at fitness as a lifelong approach.
"good stuff as always"
Dan John always delivers and.this is no.exception. This should be listened to over and over again
""Simple" recommendations from movement to flossing"
Dan John returns simplicity and modesty to training rather than trying to make everything so fancy and difficult. Although overall fitness is not easy, it should be simple.
There is a different overall tone when a student of philosophy teaches fitness which is why I have enjoyed Dan John's books and lectures so much. I find I learn new information and hear great ways to "sell" it to clients.
Simple vs Easy explanation
The explanation of modest workouts and modest diets to have sustainability with periods of higher intensity to get results a little faster.
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