een filosophietje

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TommyTee
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2006/11/23 16:48:03 (permalink)
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    Fitanne
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    RE: een filosophietje 2006/11/23 17:00:40 (permalink)
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    Ik heb niet het hele artikel uitgelezen, halverwege bedacht ik me dat het enige punt dat hij wil maken is:
     
    'Gebruik je verstand in plaats van domweg te doen wat een ander doet'
     
    Dat geldt voor meer dingen in het leven, en dat wordt ook wel vaker filosophie genoemd...
     
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    Wreckless
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    RE: een filosophietje 2006/11/23 17:10:26 (permalink)
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    Of: zoals Dave Tate ooit zei: everybody wants to major in the minor shit.
     
    Toch wel een interessant artikel.
     
     
    #3
    3XL
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    RE: een filosophietje 2006/11/23 19:26:49 (permalink)
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    Even mijn bijna 30 jaar ervaring (nog 3 maanden blij )

    Idea #1: Look at the Majority
    I'll throw out some theoretical numbers here. Probably around 80-90% of the population, 80-90% of the time, will respond best to total body workouts. And I'd say that maybe 90-95% of the population, 90-95% of the time, will respond best to either total body or an upper and lower split.


    niet mee eens  naar mijn ervaring is dat de meerderheid prima gaat op splittraining waarbij je je lichaam in 3-4 delen opsplitst


    Idea #2: Think of the Average (because that's where the big picture is)
    What a pro-bodybuilder or professional athlete responds best to has little meaning for most of us. Most of us aren't at elite levels. Most of your clients aren't at elite levels. So develop concepts based on what works, most of the time, for the average person.


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    Idea #3: Respect the Laws of Physiology
    Training is a physiological stimulus. Therefore you must have a physiological basis for your training philosophy. For example, if you don't apply overload in your training program, you won't progress. These are basics.


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    I've read the Weider system and Arnold's book. ik ook
    I've read pretty much every fitness and bodybuilding magazine that's been released over the past twelve years. mijn archief gaat terug tot begin jaren 80
    I still can't see any rhyme or reason to the allocation of body parts to a training day. Ik wel


    Idea #4: It's Not About Equipment
    A tool isn't a training philosophy. You can't be a "kettlebell guy" or a "Swiss ball guy." That makes no sense. Kettlebells are a tool, a weight; they are not a training philosophy.


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    Idea #5: Time Management Comes First

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    Idea #6: Know What "Advanced" Really Is

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    Idea #7: Stand on the Shoulders of Giants
    Don't ignore the lessons of those that have gone before you. This can save you a lot of time and effort and help "fast track" you. You don't have to start from scratch.


    Gedeeltelijk mee eens, ik denk dat je in veel gevallen meer zult leren van je eigen fouten als van die van iemand anders


    Idea #8: Form is King
    For the majority (there, I said that word again), a focus on excellent technique when lifting is paramount.


    Wat is excelent technique ? ? ? ?  (al vaker ter sprake gekomen)


    Idea #9: Exercise Selection
    bla bla bla


    gedeeltelijk mee eens


    Idea #10: TiVo the Workout
    TiVo is a digital video recorder that allows you to tape shows and watch them later.


    Jaja ja ja waarom niet iemand inhuren die jou filmt. verdrietig


    Idea #11: Assess, Assess, Assess
    If one year ago you were 205 pounds and 15% body fat and now you're 206 at 14% body fat, unless your goal was to "maintain," then your training program and philosophy needs an overhaul.


    niet mee eens. Je kan dit niet zomaar stelllen zonder te weten wat iemand trainingservarin is, wat z'n begin punt was, enz. Voor iemand die al jaaaaaaaaaaaren traint kan dit redelijk winst zijn, vooral als daarbij kracht en conditie ook weer verbeterd zijn


    Summary
    The bottom line is you have to look at everything critically, with an open mind, and see the pros and cons of every approach. Question everything, but first look at everything. As Mike Boyle says, don't believe everything you read, but definitely don't just read everything you believe.
    Overall, develop a philosophy first and a program second. Remember the basic training principles and laws of physiology. Analyze goals and objectives and put the pieces together.


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    I guess my philosophy is still the Bruce Lee line: "Absorb what is useful; reject what is useless."

    Ik denk dat Bruce de bijbel gelezen heeft, "Beproeft alle dingen; behoudt het goede" (2 Thessalonicenzen 5:21) super blij


    #4
    ErEf
    Growing pains BFF AD
    RE: een filosophietje 2006/11/23 21:19:39 (permalink)
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    super blij die 3
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