Power to the People

Power to the People

Russian Strength Training Secrets for Every American

Book - 2000 | 1st ed.
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How would you like to own a world class body-whatever your present condition- by doing only two exercises, for twenty minutes a day? A body so lean, ripped and powerful looking, you won't believe your own reflection when you catch yourself in the mirror. And what if you could do it without a single supplement, without having to waste your time at a gym and with only a 150 bucks of simple equipment?And how about not only being stronger than you've ever been in your life, but having higher energy and better performance in whatever you do?How would you like to have an instant download of the world's absolutely most effective strength secrets? To possess exactly the same knowledge that created world-champion athletes-and the strongest bodies of their generation?Pavel Tsatsouline's Power to the People!-Russian Strength Training Secrets for Every American delivers all of this and more.
Publisher: St. Paul, MN : Dragon Door Publications, 2000.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780938045199
Branch Call Number: 613.713 TSATSOU
Characteristics: 116 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.


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Mar 17, 2012

Summarises the less-is-more approach to strength training nicely, however it can be a little lacking in details. It sometimes seems like a collection of short essays that were stuck together, rather than a planned book. In fact, it probably is.

His main philosophy is that most people over-train, thinking that training to failure (going for the burn), is good. From his experience, and the experience of the powerlifters he quotes, it is better to train with few sets (<2), low reps (<5), low variation (only 2 exercises per workour - deadlift and either side or bench press), and the heaviest weight you can lift. There is quiet a bit on how to perform the two exercises correctly, and how to create a workout plan spread over 8 to 16 workouts.

It could be much better laid out, and half the book is selling his other books or videos. if you're looking for fast strength building (less than 20mins/day, 3-5 times per week) with cheap equipment, it's great. Idle for strength building exercises for those who just want to supplement their other sport-training.


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