Nuestros ancestros eran físicamente muy activos con huesos y músculos fuertes. Hoy en día, la mayoría de la gente en la tierra ya no son naturalmente activos o fuertes. La mayoría de nosotros no podemos regresar a la naturaleza, tanto que nuestra siguiente opción es un entrenamiento de fuerza que produce una fuerza natural en los huesos y músculos muy similar a aquella. Esto es mucho más fácil de lo que piensas. De hecho, simplemente tomando una pesa, parándote y sosteniéndola, y luego agachándote para dejarla nuevamente, comienza el proceso de desarrollar fuerza en todo el cuerpo. Este libro trata de este simple enfoque simple, junto con otras opciones de fortalecimiento (si las deseas).
Mi entrenamiento es parte de mi día. No cambio de ropa, ni me pongo zapatos especiales, ni manejo a algún lado, ni pago una membresía y ni sudo. Es simple: No busco desarrollar masa muscular ni entrar a una competencia de levantamiento de pesas; simplemente quiero mejorar mi salud y fortaleza haciendo a mi cuerpo entero más fuerte.
El método de entrenamiento de fuerza MAF es simple, fácil, efectivo, rápido, y gratuito. Es una actividad natural: desarrollar músculos y huesos fuertes similares a aquellos condicionados por el trabajo en el exterior como cargar troncos y piedras, construir una pared de piedra, o escarbar en un jardín.
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About the Author
Dr. Philip Maffetone’s credo is that “everyone is an athlete.” As a health and fitness trendsetter he has perhaps had more positive impact on a wider variety of people than anyone in modern history. From professional and Olympic athletes in virtually every sport, to average people from all walks of life, his system for achieving optimum human performance by tapping into the human body’s fat-burning system has helped millions of people achieve their goals in sports, business and life.
During his two decades in private practice and beyond, Dr. Maffetone has been a respected pioneer in the field of complementary medicine, bringing the latest advances to health-care professionals around the world. He is an internationally recognized researcher, educator, clinician and author in the field of nutrition, exercise and sports medicine, and biofeedback.
Over the course of his career, Dr. Maffetone has worked with some of the world’s finest athletes in a variety of sports, most notably Mark Allen, six-time Hawaii Ironman Triathlon Champion. Dr. Maffetone has also worked with other endurance athletes of all types, professional baseball and football players, adventurers, NASCAR drivers, and Olympic medalists in a variety of sports. While his work with top-level athletes reads like “Who’s Who,” perhaps more notable, Dr. Maffetone has helped thousands of weekend warriors achieve personal-best performances in their chosen sports.
Outside the sports arena, Dr. Maffetone has coached a variety of people in the entertainment field, including musicians James Taylor and Johnny Cash, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, and producer Rick Rubin, and has also provided a system of success for some of the world’s top business executives as well as the United States military.
Dr. Maffetone’s research has been reported in newspapers, magazines and other media around the world, including Huffington Post, The Today Show, Men’s Health, CNN, Readers Digest and The Atlantic magazine.
Schooled in the fields of human biology, kinesiology, physiotherapy and Chinese medicine, Dr. Maffetone is a pioneer in the field of biofeedback. He is an internationally-acclaimed author, having published more than 20 books including the first on heart-rate monitoring in the early 1980s, and the first on the benefits of barefoot running in the 1990s. His “Big Book of Health and Fitness” serves as a bible for the healthy and active lifestyle, and his textbook, “Complementary Sports Medicine” is published in four languages. He continues to write extensively and lecture worldwide on health and human performance.
In 2003, Dr. Maffetone was presented with the prestigious Statuette award by the International Academy for Child Brain Development. He was named Triathlete Magazine’s coach of the year in 1995, and in 2000 was honored by Inside Triathlon magazine as one of the top-20 most influential people in endurance sports worldwide.