Science of Sports Training

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Science of Sports Training

Postby BilliardPete » Jun 17, 2009 11:36

Hi,

Has anyone read this book (cover to cover)?

I just got it (the thing is huge), any way. I am out of shape and need to loose body fat. And I want to regain my former flexibility, so I got into Kurz stuff. I got this book to help me develope a diet and training routine.
Any one kn ow where to start (I know the first page or even the chapter scetion, but I want to start this ASAP...

Thanks for any advise guys and gals...

Pete
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Re: Science of Sports Trainging

Postby CSta » Jun 18, 2009 08:58

I've read the first two sections (I believe there's three) several times. Before diving into the book, you may wish to read the articles posted on this website first. http://www.stadion.com/column.html (particularly 18 and 29).

Reading the book more than once was very helpful. I absorbed about 1/4 of it on the first read.
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