in German von Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky & William J. Kraemer Endlich in deutscher Sprache die 2. überarbeitete und ergänzte Auflage In Farbe, 32 Fotos, 107 Abbildungen, 10 Tabellen, Paperback mit Fadenheftung, 16,5 x 24 cm, 325 Seiten
Schnellkrafttraining dient zur Maximierung der Geschwindigkeit, Beweglichkeit und Kraft. Schnellkraft ist besonders bei den Sportarten von Bedeutung, deren Ziel es ist, Sportgeräte, den eigenen Körper oder einzelne Körperteile mit oder ohne Gerät extrem zu beschleunigen. Darunter fallen: Kraftsport, Fußball, Eishockey, Boxen und Leichtathletik.
176 Seiten, mit vielen Fotos, Abbildungen, Tabellen
in German Der ultimative Wegweiser zum Krafttraining mit Bändern von Dave Tate und Dr. Hermann Korte
- Mit Bändern auf der Bank besser werden - Bänder und das Arbeiten an der Maximalkraft (Max Effort) - Ergänzende und zusätzliche Arbeit mit Bändern - Box Squats mit Bändern - Der Einsatz von Ketten und Bändern 68 Seiten mit Abbildungen und Tabellen
Dieses Buch enthält eine Vielzahl von Trainingsprogrammen, die im Westside Barbell Club verwendet wurden. Zu diesen Programmen gehört: - Bankdrückshirt Training - Ich brauche Masse! - Speed-Bankdrücken ist Mist - Die modifizierte Vogelpohl Kniebeugeroutine - Zweimal pro Woche - Drei Tage pro Woche - Der Außer Form- und keine-Zeit-Zyklus
by Louie Simmons Over the many years that Louie has been involved in powerlifting, he has gained a vast amount of knowledge on how to produce strength. It is this knowledge and expertise that has lead to the production of twenty-five (25) World and National champions, and a world record in the 400m dash by Butch Reynolds. Also, Louie’s methods of training have resulted in twentyfive 700 lb benchers till august 2007 and twelve 1000 pound squats. Westside has provided information across World but those numbers are results from members of a small private club. 235 pages
Perhaps the most complete book on strength training ever written! Covers explosive strength, power, speed training, polymetrics, loading, flexibility, circuit training, periodization, weightlifting and much more.
by M. C. Siff Just like Supertraining, Facts and Fallacies of Fitness is a landmark book in its own right. It questions almost every piece of conventional wisdom in the world of exercise science and then examines the evidence (if any) supporting popular factoids
How To Plan And Control Training For Peak Performance by Thomas Kurz Use the sports training know-how of Eastern European and other internationally known training specialists to improve your speed, strength, power, endurance, coordination, and flexibility, as well as technical and tactical skills, while avoiding overtraining and injuries. 424 pages, lots of tables and picures
by Dan Austin and Bryan Mann One of the world’s greatest powerlifters offers a no-nonsense look at how to train and compete in the sport. Nine-time world champion Dan Austin has packed Powerlifting with technical advice on nutrition, flexibility, training, and strategies for competition, making it a one-stop guide to powerlifting success. 212 pages
A Guide To Flexibility Training, Fourth Edition von Thomas Kurz How to stretch safely and quickly to achieve and maintain your maximum flexibility How to make your muscles grow stronger and longer so you stay flexible all the time How to develop each of the three kinds of flexibility—dynamic, static active and static passive—to suit every athlete's needs What exercises are "no-no's" if you want to stretch your muscles All the factors limiting flexibility... 214 pages
von Tadeusz Starzynski and Henryk Sozanski How well you jump and how powerfully you punch, pull, or throw depends on your explosive power, on your special endurance for explosive movements, and on your speed, coordination, and flexibility. Explosive Strength and Jumping Ability for All Sports tells you how to develop each of these abilities. You will learn all there is to know about developing explosive power and jumping ability.
by Yuri and Natalia Verkoshanksy The Coaches Manual is the most cutting edge and exhaustive work of its kind. The reader can find in it all the fundamental theoretic elements of the SST as well as practical indications for the means and methods and many programs for cyclic, acyclic, sport games and combat sports.In it contains elucidation of rationale of organizing Special Strength Training and its application within the Block Training System which has been widely explained for the first time in a book. All its content comes from experiments and application in field of the authors. 290 pages
A Practical Approach to Powerlifting is the official training manual for the International Powerlifting Federation IPF www.Powerlifting-IPF.com and details the complete technical analysis of the three powerlifts, with step-by step photos. Besides a complete guide to the squat, bench press, and deadlift, both for training and competition, this book also contains information on assistance exercises, powerlifting gear, program development, competition guidelines and much more. As well, it explains the use of the three powerlifting movements to sports training in all amateur (including Olympic, NCAA sports) and professional sports (including baseball, basketball, football, hockey, and soccer)... 118 pages
That's what makes it the ultimate diet book. It takes into account our genetic and environmental differences and allows everyone to find the right diet and nutritional supplement stack for them. By applying the principles of the Metabolic Diet you will learn how to adjust your macronutrient and supplement intake so that it suits your metabolism and gives you the best results.
by Mark Rippetoe Starting Strength has been called "the best and most useful of fitness books." No other book on barbell training ever written provides the detailed instruction on every aspect of the basic barbell exercises found in SS:BBT3. And while the methods for implementing barbell training detailed in the book are primarily aimed at young athletes, they have been successfully applied to everyone: young and old, male and female, fit and flabby, sick and healthy, weak and already strong. Many people all over the world have used the simple biological principle of stress/recovery/adaptation on which this method is based to improve their performance, their appearance, and their quality of life. 347 pages
2nd Edition by Mark Rippetoe and Lon Kilgore Practical Programming explains the differences in response to exercise commonly observed between athletes at the novice, intermediate, and advanced levels, explains these differences in the context of the relevant science, and presents new training models that actually work for athletes at all levels of experience. Complete with new, innovative graphical representation of cutting edge concepts in exercise programming, Practical Programming has become a standard reference in the field of exercise and human performance. 204 pages
by Mark Rippetoe There are lots of things about weight training in general and barbell exercise in particular that can only be learned by spending way too many hours in the gym. And honestly, unless you are a gym owner, this is a really weird way to spend 75 hours a week. This book of essays offers a glimpse into the depths of experience made possible through many years under the bar, and many more years spent helping others under the bar.
by Mark Rippetoe Mean Ol’Mr. Gravity is a compilation of Q&A posts from Mark Rippetoe’s StrengthMill forum. Edited for brevity, efficiency, clarity, accuracy, and taste (in a loose sense, sorry), MOMG adds to the information available in Starting Strength: Basic Barbell Training and Practical Programming for Strength Training by tailoring it to the individual through his responses to questions posed by actual humans regarding their own training. It preserves the coarseness, humor, and candor that have become Rip’s trademark style. 364 pages
Without Drugs, Power Suits or Knee Wraps by Bud Jeffries
Do You Want To Get Big And Strong? Then You Gotta Squat! But Do You Really Know How?"Let’s face it, squats are the key to leg strength and the key to overall body strength. Basically every strength champion does squats and this book will give you the edge in cranking up your squat poundage.97 pages