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Beyond Training

Mastering Endurance, Health, & Life
Lu par : Ben Greenfield
Durée : 19 h et 48 min
5 out of 5 stars (3 notations)

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Discover little-known nutrition and lifestyle tactics with Beyond Training!

What problems does Beyond Training solve?

Ironically, many people who appear to be fit and healthy on the outside struggle with health and lifestyle issues like insomnia, gas, bloating, low libido, aging too fast, injuries, performance plateaus, brain fog, and a basic lack of time for their career, family, and friends. So, this book supplies a step-by-step guide to eliminating all these issues and helping you get the most out of life while still achieving amazing feats of physical performance.

Who is Beyond Training for?

Beyond Training is for men and women who have made it out of couch potato mode and are ready to take things to the next level, whether that means shedding those last few extra pounds, finishing a 5K, or even crossing the finish line of an Ironman triathlon. Everyone from the casual exerciser to the weightlifter, CrossFitter, obstacle racer, marathoner, mountaineer, triathlete, swimmer, cyclist, runner, and biohacker will glean tons of knowledge and life-changing advice from this book.

What will Beyond Training do for you?

Beyond Training educates and entertains with underground training, nutrition, and lifestyle tactics that mean no guesswork, less confusion about what to eat, and elimination of workout frustrations so you can have more time and make more money, experience fewer frustrating health issues, have complete confidence that you are training the right way, and rid yourself of notorious body trouble spots, nagging injuries, and stubborn body fat.

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  • Christopher A Stout
  • 14/03/2016

Not worth the time

Ben puts in a big effort. but this book gives ideas that the common person isn't going to try because we don't have disposable income for gadgets that might or might not work. Ben simply is marketing an industry and tries to push the reader into buying ideas and products to build an industry. Pass on the book. all info is available free on Web youtube. he is just pushing his products too. He is trying to copy others Dave Asbrey Bulletproof by trying to create a market and capitalize on it. These guys are trying to sell stuff.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 04/11/2017

Pseudoscientific garbage

Starts out ok and there are a few points if interest, but gets more pseudoscientific and shills on about his own supplements. More an informercial than anything else

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  • Robert Fraser MN RN
  • 08/06/2018

Don't believe the hype

A ton of good and interesting advice, mixed with a lot of pseudosciences. I liked the book for exploring a lot of topics and putting a lot of wild ideas out there, sure that's great... but then mix in ideas that sound reasonable and scientific, that absoluately aren't. Check out this review article: "Adrenal fatigue does not exist: a systematic review." if you want to understand what I mean. I rated this book low, in hopes that people would see this review and make sure they take everything in this book with a STRONG scepticism before rushing out to buy products pushed by Ben. I'd love to see a disclosure list of what he mentions in his book that he has received free product or kickbacks for. He makes money off affiliate links too. Again, the book is worth a listen as long as you do not treat it as gospel or sound advice. Lots of ideas to consider though.

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  • elizabeth b.
  • 09/05/2019

Great book, BUT......

I love this book and all the information I was able to glean from it. Ben absolutely knows what he's talking about, has done the research, and has written a book that is one of the best I've read in this category.
My only issue is that there is a lot of information I could not get too. Well over a hundred times during the reading of the book, Ben referred to additional resources and bonus material add a website. The website does not exist. I have written email to Ben and his organizations and have not been able to get the material. Many times he did not go into detail on a subject, and said to go to the website for more information.
What I got from the book was awesome, but it would have been nice to have the additional material as well.

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  • Adam
  • 23/03/2019

Hugely Helpful

A consistent wealth of knowledge, Ben Greenfield gives a great blueprint to health and fitness by distilling down years of research and self experimentation, into this book.

As someone who works in health and fitness, I can affirm that this book provides useful, valid and actionable information that can help you transform you body.

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  • D Mac Attack
  • 20/10/2018

Love the book! Seems to be catered to the wealthy

I loved this book!! I couldn’t agree more with what was presented. However, the vast majority of the things mentioned - organic food, machines used, health devices, supplements etc - are so expensive! I have a new business and a wife and three children. There is very little left after major bills. Are there resources for cheaper clean living???

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  • Emile
  • 19/01/2016

packed with information

I would read this several times over due to the density of information. The online resources go far to synthesise the concepts into a shorter simpler form.

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  • Brian Corbin
  • 11/01/2016

Could not be more thorough!

This has to be the most complete health and fitness book ever written. Great stuff but can be a bit overwhelming. It should probably be approached as a reference book. Listening straight through gives you the impression that you could never do all these things. Just too many fixes that sound like snakeoil.

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  • EMP
  • 15/07/2019

very detailed into overall fitness

very detailed on how to properly train for fitness effectively and not waste time. it was very detailed on every aspect of training

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  • Kathleen M Wright Knothe
  • 01/06/2019

Wow

It is absolutely amazing the amount of information in this book. I have the hard copy too. I am looking forward to studying it, implementing it, & checking put the resources on his website! Thank you!

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  • Matty
  • Haseland, Germany
  • 13/09/2018

Incredibly deep resources

Ben Greenfield has created the bible of fitness and nutrition, hands down. It is so shockful of knowledge and resources (via related weblinks) that can take you years to study in practice deeply. Ben is like the major chief every fitness guys scientist in this field and Im blown away about all the topics he covers here. There is nothing I can think about he hasnt integrated here.

He is also a great speaker, reading his own book. Sometimes I found it a bit fast how he runs through and over loads of heavy duty words and topics but I also appreciate it from another perspective.

All in all I wish for quicker references there would be a condensed shorter version of this book, like the hardcore sum up as an add on maybe. Thats the skinny I can share about it. Enjoy listening, it is a deep ocean of ptacticle knowledge.

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  • Francesco Maltoni
  • Aachen, Germany
  • 22/07/2018

very comprehensive and clear. wonderful resources

Extremely deep explanation, clearly explained, very clear speech, easy to find specific topics and wonderful checklists on the website

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  • Michael
  • Wiesbaden, Deutschland
  • 23/06/2019

Waste of time

I gave up after only a few chapters. Endless ranting about the stupidity of everyone else, lots of overdramatisation, endless promises of the best, the quickest, the ultimate fix for all your problems. Delivery? Techniques that even I as a relative beginner and hobby athlete have been aware of for years. It’s not that it’s it’s all bad. It’s just that I don’t want to listen to the authors endless rants and to his continuous overgeneralisations.

If you’re a beginner or if you are struggling with strength, endurance or with related health issues, try Ross Edgley’s “The fittest book in the world”. That will run you through all the basics according to science right now, and without all the negativity and overpersonalisation. Instead it delivers highly concentrated knowledge in a very entertaining format.