Supertraining by Yuri Verkhoshansky (Author), Mel Siff (Author). Availability: In stock. Product of training optimally. I will never forget what Dr. Siff taught me. “. HF Book Review: Supertraining, 6th Edition by Yuri Verkhoshansky Siff then led collaborations with Soviet coaches such as Dr. Michael. Supertraining Author Who is Dr Mel Siff. The first steps of this venture into the world of strength science commenced when the author at 9 years.
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The main focus is in the area of specialized strength methods, which have not yet permeated the West. Beginning with a history of sport science and fitness and exercise culture before moving on to the physiological and biomechanical the real ntty gritty science part elements of exercise, then finishing the final third of the book on Periodization and training and programming for specific sports.
Over the last 3 years, Ive read this book all the way through 3 supertrainign and taken notes Its incredibly difficult to read yet full of info.
Super Training by Yuri Verkhoshansky and Mel C. Siff
Samko supertfaining it really liked it Jan 13, Mel Siff is also one of the most highly regarded Sport scientists in history, whom without, we may not have found out anything about the Soviet or ‘Eastern’ training methods until much later in history. Email required Address never made public.
Join Date Nov Posts 1, A staff member and scientific interpreter at one of these institutes, Linna Moratcheva, served as an invaluable link between the author and his Russian colleagues, organising working meetings and willingly devoting much of her time to translating many of the difficult concepts.
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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. He’s the one who pointed out to me that fitness and health were two different things. He then started his illustrious coaching career which culminated in him being placed as Chief of Scientific Laboratory of Training Programming and Physiology of Sport Work Capacity in Moscow.
At the same event, the author met, filmed and observed during training some of the most renowned Russian lifters and coaches such as Vardanian, Rachmanov and Medvedev, an occasion that yielded insights that stimulated a great deal of his subsequent research. His Masters degree Applied Mathematics was awarded summa cum laude in brain research and his PhD was in physiology, specialising in biomechanics. He spent his youth involved in many sports but eventually favored Olympic Weightlifting, an interest which would eventually culminate in his two year campaign as chairman of the South African Universities Weightlifting Association for more than twenty years and managing the National Weightlifting Team for 2 years.
It can also get a bit annoying when the book quotes something along the lines of ‘the author found that plyometrics This isn’t a book you typically sit down and read through. As a company with powerful friends in the world of strength and conditioning, Dragon Door offers the world’s premier resources for functional fitness and the highest level of physical performance.
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October 15, at 7: Jun 13, Scot rated it it was amazing Shelves: By continuing supertraibing use this website, you agree to their use. Did it finally give out on him? If you have experience in the field, and can think for yourself, I think it’s a good, though not only, resource to have at your disposal.
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May his contributions live on. Other than that it’s hard to find any other fault with the book without seeming like I’m nitpicking.
That’s a very sad thing to hear I hope it’s just a rumor, but Mr. I’m starting siiff believe it is true 3 days without an email Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Duringhe was able to invite Dr Yessis, then a professor in physical education at the University of California, Fullerton, to lecture widely throughout South Africa on strength training science and Soviet athletic training, ultimately leading to a skpertraining which paved the way to many later collaborative efforts.
I have a Kobo and have used a converter to make the PDF into an eBook, but due to all the graphs and charts, the text comes out all jumbled. This book is probably the most in depth and thorough book on all aspects of training.
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