The Natural Method

Author: Georges Hébert
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781515227779
Size: 15.38 MB
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Once the fundamentals are learned, applied and practiced, the next step is the application and development of skills related to marching, running, jumping, climbing, throwing, lifting, even fighting and swimming to become well-rounded physically, to be able to rescue, protect and generally perform. The difficulty of exercises varies greatly in this installment, so that novice and advanced athletes will each find beneficial aspects for their individual training needs.

The Natural Method

Author: Philippe Til
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781516906666
Size: 75.15 MB
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This chapter of the Functional Exercises portion of Hébert's Natural Method and Practical Guide to Physical Education is, by Hébert's own accord, complete in its own, standalone in terms of providing fundamental movements and functionality at once. It is also, next to the swimming chapter, the longest and most detailed chapter, hence published as a standalone. While many methods of fighting have sprouted in the last century, Hébert's work is very thorough, complete and provides the minimum effective dose of knowledge everyone should acquire to be proficient and useful to protect oneself or others. The drills are well pictured and detailed and simply applicable and universal, likely borrowed from other martial arts training.

Gymnastik F R Die Jugend

Author: Johann Christoph Friedrich Guts Muths
Size: 20.80 MB
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Erziehung, Verweichlichung, Körpererziehung, Sporterziehung, Sportart.

Remaking The Male Body

Author: Joan Tumblety
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199695571
Size: 27.16 MB
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The first monograph to explore the imagined link between male athletic prowess and national strength in interwar France. It ultimately sheds light on the roots of Vichy's project for masculine regeneration after the military defeat of 1940.

Der 4 Stunden K Rper

Author: Timothy Ferriss
Publisher: Riemann Verlag
ISBN: 3641063116
Size: 79.93 MB
Format: PDF
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Jetzt sehen die Glaubenssätze von Millionen Diätessern, Bodybuildern und Trainingsfreaks alt aus „Zu dick“, „nicht muskulös genug“, „keine Ausdauer“ – Unzufriedenheit mit dem eigenen Körper ist weit verbreitet und leider oft berechtigt. Viele Abnehmtipps fruchten jedoch nicht und enden in Resignation. Heißt das, dass es keine sinnvollen Regeln für den perfekten Body gibt? Nein, die Regeln müssen nur neu geschrieben werden, und genau das hat sich „Der 4-Stunden-Körper“ vorgenommen. Wer allerdings nur auf die Willenskraft und Leidensbereitschaft seiner Leser baut, scheitert in aller Regel. Deswegen lautet das Motto von Timothy Ferriss: Smart abnehmen und effizient trainieren. Lernen sie, welche minimalen Maßnahmen ein Maximum an Ergebnissen bringen – durch präzise Informationen über die Funktionsweise unseres Körpers und praktische Schritt-für-Schritt-Anleitungen!