La m thode Delavier de musculation
Les premiers kilos de masse musculaire sont relativement faciles à accumuler avec un programme cohérent tel que ceux proposés dans La Méthode Delavier de musculation, volume 1. Mais passé cet état de grâce de quelques mois, les muscles deviennent de plus en plus réfractaires à la croissance. Ce livre va vous aider à élaborer des stratégies et des programmes d'entraînement plus sophistiqués pour continuer à progresser à un rythme satisfaisant grâce à la connaissance approfondie de l'anato-morphologie que possèdent ses auteurs. Ils ont en effet rédigé pendant de nombreuses années la célèbre rubrique de biomécanique du magazine IronMan aux Etats-Unis. Ils ont également écrit de nombreux articles pour des revues comme Mind & Muscle Power, Men's Health ou encore Sport Revue. Leurs parcours sportif et professionnel en font deux des plus grands spécialistes internationaux de la musculation et du fitness.
Strength Training Anatomy
A best-seller now features more than 600 full-color illustrations--adding 48 pages of new exercises and stretches for each of the major muscle groups--to give readers an understanding of how muscles perform while training, in a resource that combines the detail of top anatomy texts with the best of strength training advice. Original.
The Strength Training Anatomy Workout
Highlighted by the author's illustrations and hundreds of full-color photos, an ideal supplement offers 200-plus exercises and 50 programs for strength, power, bodybuilding, shaping and toning, and sport-specific training in more than 30 sports, with each exercise including step-by-step instruction, callouts for variation and safety considerations. Original.
Delavier s Anatomy for Bigger Stronger Arms
Best-selling author Frederic Delavier brings his singular style to a resource designed to help serious weightlifters increase mass, definition, and strength in their biceps, triceps, and forearms. "Delavier's Anatomy for Bigger, Stronger Arms" is filled with over 330 full-color photos and 130 distinctive illustrations that highlight more than 100 exercises.
Delavier s Core Training Anatomy
Presents a guide to increasing abdominal strength, flexibility, and muscle tone with over one hundred detailed exercise descriptions supplemented with photograph illustrations and anatomical drawings, as well as sixty suggested exercise programs.
Â How to Train As If Your VERY LIFE Depended on Your Degree of REAL Strength, Power and Toughness Â Most physical training systems are designed for the domesticated human animal. That is to say, for us humans who live lives of such relative security that we cultivate our strength and power more out of pride and for a sense of accomplishment than out of an absolute need to survive in the wild. The professional athlete hones his body to function well in a sports event-rather than to emerge safe from a life-or-death struggle. And even those in our military and LEO rely more on the security of their weapons and armor than on their own personal, raw power and brute strength to carry the day. Â There remains one environment where exuding the necessary degree of authoritative strength and power can mean the difference between life or death: the maximum security prison. In maximum security, the predator preys on the weak like we breathe air. Intimidation is the daily currency. You either become a professional victim or you develop that supreme survival strength that signals the predator to stay at bay. Â Paul Wade spent 19 years in hell holes like San Quentin, Angola and Marion. He entered this world a gangly, terrorized weakling and he graduated to final freedom, pound-for-pound one of the strongest humans on the planet. Paul Wade dedicated his prison life to the cultivation of that supreme survival strength. And ironically, it is in America's prisons that we can find some of the great, lost secrets of how to get immensely powerful and strong. Paul Wade mined these secrets as if his life depended on it-and of course in many ways it did. Â Finally free, Paul Wade pays his debt to society-not just with the horrors of his years in the hole-but with the greatest gift he could possibly give us: a priceless set of progressions that can take ANYONE who has the will from abject weakling to strength specimen extraordinaire. Â InÂConvict ConditioningÂPaul Wade has laid out a logical and effective zero to hero progression in key bodyweight strength exercises and presented a solid training philosophy. Get this book. -Pavel Tsatsouline, author of The Naked Warrior Â Convict ConditioningÂgives honor and respect toÂbody-weightÂtraining.ÂI feel Convict ConditioningÂprovides the progression,ÂprecisionÂand clarity that is necessary toÂcombatÂour cultural decline in simple bodyÂknowledge. -Gray Cook,ÂMSPT, OCS, CSCS, Functional Movement Systems, author of Body in Balance Â Convict Conditioning is a fantastic text crammed with solid information, and tons of vital nuggets and powerful insights that when followed will pack your frame with rock-hard, functional muscle. You provide the body, Convict Conditioning gives you the rest in a highly readable, easy-to-understand format that teaches you what to do and how to do it. As a guy who has written extensively on exercise, I highly recommend this book. -Loren Christensen, author of Solo Training and The Fighter's Body. Â Coach Wade has laid out a set of progressions in Convict Conditioning that can lead to mastery of the big 6 bodyweight exercises and you would be wise to listen. ÂThis is knowledge proven in extreme conditions. So respect the progressions and put in your time-you'll be stronger for it. -Brett Jones Master RKC, CSCS, CK-FMS Â Outstanding! By far the most innovative fitness book in years. Many talk about mastering your body weight yet Convict Conditioning actually delivers a blueprint for anyone, regardless of your current fitness. The training progressions are genius. ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ -Tim Larkin, Master Close Combat Instructor If you are a serious student of bodyweight exercise and physical culture, you must get this book. -Craig Ballantyne, Turbulence Training Â I LOVE IT. Convict Conditioning is probably the best compilation of callisthenic exercises and training progressions I have seen. Coach Wade goes to the heart of true training with correct biomechanics, kinesiology and training progressions that so many in the word of physical training just seem to miss these days. Bravo Coach, bravo, an epic book that deserves to be in the library of all who love the world of strength. ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ -Mark Reifkind, Master RKC Instructor, Girya Kettlebell Training Â Convict Conditioning is jam packed with the most powerful bodyweight training information I have ever come across. It's the book I WISH I had in my hands when I was a competitive wrestler, BUT, even more important to me is that I can pass on this knowledge to my clients AND my son and daughter when they grow up. Â-Zach Even-Esh, author The Ultimate Underground Strength System
Delavier s Stretching Anatomy
Frédéric Delavier has captivated millions with Strength Training Anatomy. Now readers have access to his exercise expertise and trademark illustrations once again with Delavier's Stretching Anatomy. With 250 full-color photos and 300 detailed illustrations, this guide depicts over 130 exercises to increase flexibility, tone muscles and reduce injury. All body regions are covered and sport-specific stretching routines are included. Original.
The Strength Training Anatomy Workout II
Provides illustrations, photographs, and step-by-step instructions for exercises and programs for strength, power, bodybuilding, shaping and toning, and sport-specific training.
Jim Stoppani s Encyclopedia of Muscle Strength 2E
Whether you seek fat loss and lean muscle development or mass development and strength improvement, this comprehensive guide with 382 exercises and 116 ready-to-use workouts featuring the most popular training equipment (free weights, TRX, BOSU, kettlebells, and body weight) will position you for success.
A History of Civilizations
The French historian takes an anti-ethnocentric look at the broad, continuing sweep of the history of civilization since the eighth century. By the author of The Structures of Everyday Life.