After having finished Easy Strength recently, and Never Let Go a while back, I recently bought Dan John’s book Mass Made Simple, and I managed to read it in the train to Paris and back yesterday. Here my review: Continue reading
Ahead of my holidays I finally bought “Easy Strength” by Dan John and Pavel Tsatsouline. As expected, the book was extremely good, albeit probably a bit less suited to deciding what I want to do for myself than a number of the other books by the same authors. The main target area for this book is clearly people who train others, and it provides an excellent framework for doing that. Having said this, if you are able to read diagonally and you don’t get stressed by an overload of information that is not even applicable in your case then this book is even a very important read for every athlete and weekend warrior who wants to be a bit more clued in about training philosophy and options.
Working on my book (actually one of the Guides, the one on Low Carb Diets; it will be part of the book eventually), I just finished the Perfect Health Diet written by a husband-and-wife-team, the Jaminet’s. My recommendation in a nutshell: buy the book, read it diagonally, and use liberally what you learn from it (blogger disclosure: this is what I did, including the buy-the-book part)