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  • Author:
    Coach Davies
  • ISBN:
    0938045415
  • ISBN13:
    978-0938045410
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  • Publisher:
    Dragon Door Publications (January 1, 2010)
  • Pages:
    500 pages
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    Diets & Weight Loss
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Coach Davies develops comprehensive training packages for all facets and levels of football, from high school to college to the NFL. Internationally, Coach Davies has been acclaimed for his work with European and South America soccer teams

Coach Davies develops comprehensive training packages for all facets and levels of football, from high school to college to the NFL. Internationally, Coach Davies has been acclaimed for his work with European and South America soccer teams. His Renegade Training philosophy is controversial but has proved highly successful in application. According to Coach Davies: "The sheer brutality of my work is probably the reason why my work is so controversial. My approach to work thresholds is unquestionably the crux of arguments against my training philosophy.

In this book, Coach Davies presents you with his full program for gridiron mastery. The physical programme itself cuts to the core of what really, really, really s to optimise on-the-field performance

In this book, Coach Davies presents you with his full program for gridiron mastery. The physical programme itself cuts to the core of what really, really, really s to optimise on-the-field performance. Techniques run the gamut from cutting-edge Eastern European to tried-and-true traditional. It is all here, from rope-skipping, stretching, hurdling, sprint set-up and Olympic lifts to esoteric Russian Kettlebells, abs-work, ladder work, jumping, tumbling and cones.

We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us. ― E. M. Forster. What does it really take to win in football? How can you turn apparent athletic mediocrity. Explosive Calisthenics, Superhuman Power, Maximum Speed and Agility, Plus Combat-Ready Reflexes. 57 MB·6,042 Downloads·New! get-go, blinding speed, ungodly bursts of power, superhuman displays of strength, seemingly. Safe Work in the 21st Century: Education and Training Needs for the Next Decade's Occupational Safety and Health Personnel.

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Coach Davies' concepts on training football players are the best that I. .Most strength coaches and football athletes have confused football.

Coach Davies' concepts on training football players are the best that I have ever encountered! His "renegade style" of training the football athlete is unique to any other form of training. Most strength coaches and football athletes have confused football conditioning with weight lifting. The ability to bench press the weight room has little positive transfer to the playing arena.

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Unleash a Shattering, Unstoppable Intensive The Tested, Proven and Formerly-Secret Battle Plan on How to Annihilate Your Opponents-with an Overwhelming Blitz of Relentless Ferocity, Blazing Speed, Bone-Crushing Strength and Fearful Power. What does it really take to win in football? How can you turn apparent athletic mediocrity into an unstoppable force that can't stop winning? Why do God-given talents and genetic-freaks so often fail on the field to lesser mortals? How do you get the victory before you even step on the field? What fail-safe training method can churn out winners, year-in, year-out, with a staggering consistency?Enter the secret stealth weapon of modern football success, Coach Davies, who has helped high school, college and NFL teams turn lead into gold-and also-rans into number one-with startling frequency. In Renegade Training for Football, Coach Davies presents you with his full program for gridiron mastery."It's not a game, it's a war!" Coach Davies drills into his athletes. Extreme functional toughness, a bloody-minded brutality of purpose and a nasty-streak one mile wide defines the training mindset. The physical program itself cuts to the core of what really, really, really works-in-the-trenches to optimize on-the-field performance. Techniques run the gamut from cutting-edge Eastern European to tried-and-true traditional. It's all here, from rope-skipping, stretching, hurdling, sprint set-up and Olympic lifts to esoteric Russian Kettlebells, abs-work, ladder work, jumping, tumbling and cones. A goldmine of explicit charts and racks of photographs ensure your complete grasp of how to blow past your current athletic level and ratchet up to greatness.Discover everything you need to know for:-Range of Motion Development-Agility Training- Linear Speed Development-Strength Development- Work Capacity Development-Spiritual Development

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Sadly, we'll never know. While the logic behind Tefft's approach seems sound, working a full-time job makes adhering to Tefft's incredibly arcane system virtually impossible. If this is what it takes to benefit from good nutrition, pass me a cheeseburger. To be fair, Tefft's knowledge on the topic is very impressive. But his work also contradicts the theories of earlier exponents of the diet-by-glandular-type theory. For example, according to the original author on this topic, my body type corresponds to the "thyroid type," while Tefft would categorize me as "thymic." These are two totally different diets, and there is no bright line for really determining which one I am. Also, as another reviewer pointed out, Tefft has a habit of taking potshots at others in the fitness industry. Hey, I dislike Tony Little as much as the next guy, but come on. Simplify the book. If I could get 75% of the benefit by making a few broad changes, rather than 100% by micromanaging every soy nugget, it would be a winner.
Insanity
I agree with Dr. Tefft on many of the ideas and concepts presented in his book, however, as another reviewer pointed out, the book is poorly written, has terrible editing and lacks cohesion. Dr. Tefft begins by taking a very scientific approach to personalized nutrition, but then takes a u-turn into what seems to be an infomercial for the latest multi-level marketing scheme. (Check out the website listed in the book and that will further illustrate this point [...] ) He lays out a great foundation and argument for why all of the scientific and laboratory typing is necessary for optimum nutrition and health, then abruptly dumps all of that for the "better" and "simpler" testing developed by Personal Nutrition and further improved upon by his own organization, The American Society for the Advancement of Personalization (ASAP). This would be fine, except for the fact that it doesn't provide greater personalization, which is supposed to be the point.
Throughout the book Dr. Tefft warns of "one size fits all" nutrition and generalizations, but by the middle of the book he abandons all science and runs headlong into Eastern philosophy and mysticism, mixed with pseudo science and then train wrecks into his own hugely generalized "personal nutrition" plan for you. As another reviewer noted, the endocrine typing is very different from what was done by that typing plan's originator, as is the blood typing. Don't get me wrong, there actually is some good info in this book, but you need to be a discerning reader to find it. The problem is, if you are discerning enough to know what the truths are, then you probably don't need this book.
If you are a person who eats mostly junk food and has no idea what nutritious food is, then you would benefit from learning the basics in this book, i.e. trans fats are bad, don't eat too much sugar, cut processed foods out of your diet, limit caffeine and alcohol consumption, limit your intake of saturated fats, increase consumption of organic fruits, veggies and whole grains, eat lean proteins and especially fish, get your Omega 3's and 6's, drink plenty of pure filtered water and (...) exercise. All of those things and other sound advice are in this book, but the personalization to the level I was hoping to find, just isn't there. Dr. Tefft doesn't even have the reader take body fat percentage into account when calculating BMR, and he barely addresses physical activity in any practical or applicable sense.
At the end of the book, you are offered the opportunity to call and join Tefft's organization and spend $150 for a pH saliva and urine test and hair analysis. I don't know what information they provide on the hair analysis to judge how beneficial their analysis would be, but the pH tests are not of much benefit. Everything you eat or drink affects the pH in your saliva and urine from hour to hour. There are saliva tests which are very telling, but pH at one moment in time is not one of them.
To truly personalize your nutrition, it is going to take more than what is offered here. More variables need to be taken into account. Tefft has simply come up with his own "box" to put us in, but tries to disguise it as "personalized". Be a critical reader, do your research, read the actual books about the body type diet, the blood type diet, and books like "Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle" by Tom Venuto, Udo Erasmus' "Fats that Heal, Fats that Kill" and as many other great resources as you can find. Then, take the good from them and apply common sense and what laboratory science (testing) is currently available to determine how your body handles nutrients and what is missing from your body. I wish that Teftt had done all of the hard work for us, but he fell short in my opinion. I was really disappointed in the conclusions in this book. I am still looking for sound answers on how to truly personalize my nutrition.
Hadadel
In "For Your Body Only," Gregory Tefft elicudates his unique ideas about personalized nutrition based on a complex system of physiological typing combined with scientific testing. The concept is intriguing, and it seems fairly logical. But since this approach to nutrition is inherently complicated (there is no single approach that is right for everyone), presenting the information clearly becomes quite a challenge -- one that Dr. Tefft does not meet. While the book presents useful information, it is disorganized and confusing. The quality of the writing is generally poor. Dr. Tefft spends far too much time making accusations (instead of clearly stating his case), and he has a habit of making sweeping statements that smack of self-promotion. A thorough edit (to eliminate numerous typos) is sorely needed. Thus the three-star review.
Be aware, if you plan on committing yourself to Dr. Tefft's personalized nutrition program, you will need to spend a great deal of time studying this book and possibly performing additional research in order to create a personalized nutritional program. You need to know your blood type, and you need to perform other tests (hair and saliva) in order to determine your body type. Dr. Tefft offers this testing through his website, for a cost of $150 (hair and saliva) and $20 (blood type). You must calculate your daily caloric needs, consult lists of recommended/not recommended foods, and calibrate your personal nutrient levels based on your body type(s). An alternative, of course, is to consult with a personalized nutritionist such as Dr. Tefft, who will help you devise your personalized nutrition plan. If you are still interested in personalized nutrition, and you are willing to invest the time and money, this book is a good place to start.
Xal
Dr. Tefft's Personalized Nutrition program has been an absolute godsend in my life. I not only lost 35 pounds, but have more energy than I have ever had in my entire life. It's such a relief to know exactly what my body really needs and my personal results prove that his no more guesswork system works! His book, For Your Body Only: Discover The Diet You Were Born To Eat, is what has been lacking in the nutrition marketplace for so long. Personalization is only the key for total success to be your healthiest!