It’s official folks, Cardio Strength Training has hit the bookstores and is being shipped out via amazon as I type! This is a very exciting day as I took this pic at Barnes & Noble in my home town of Valencia, CA this morning! The release actually surprised me as I was told the ‘official’ release date was to be January 5th but hey, now you can get it in time for Christmas! YIPPEE!
Shoot on over to your local bookstore or grab your copy at Amazon (see below). I hope all you you enjoy it, it was a blast to write this book! Here’s is the foreword written by my good friend and one of the best fitness experts in the world, Alwyn Cosgrove!
“…in an information-rich world, the wealth of information means a dearth of something else: a scarcity of whatever it is that information consumes. What information consumes is rather obvious: it consumes the attention of its recipients. Hence a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention and a need to allocate that attention efficiently among the overabundance of information sources that might consume it”
– Herbert Simon
We truly live in the information age. A simple Google search for a term that was relatively unknown ten years ago – for example “Brazilian jiu jitsu”, will return at the time of writing, over one million web pages devoted to the topic. With the rapid growth of information, one can imagine that this number will double in less time than it’s taken to reach this amount.
Quite simply – there is more information on any topic available today than ever before – in fact, more information than you can possibly consume in a lifetime devoted to study. It’s just growing that fast.
The problem today Is not a lack of information – it’s a lack of filtering that information. So how do you filter information? At this point there is so much information available — that you NEED to filter out as much as you take on board.
My personal filter is to heavily prioritize information that comes from “Real World” Practitioners whose livelihood depends upon delivering results or solving problems (and I’m a fanatic for proof).
It’s that simple. I put my faith in real world results.
And that’s why I put my faith in Robert Dos Remedios.
With a proven track record, Coach Dos has more subjects come through his laboratory (the weight room and the field), giving him more real world information than you can find almost anywhere.
Dos is an expert at what he does not because he is a high profile coach that high level athletic talent seeks out to help refine their already considerable skills – no. Dos is an expert because he works with real people in the real world, hundreds of times every single day.
The topic of cardio strength training is as cutting edge as it gets. It’s now proven in the scientific realm that strength training or interval training both outperform aerobic training for conditioning and fat loss.
It’s something that great coaches have known for years. They had to. Their job – their teams record and their kids futures and scholarships depended on it.
What science hasn’t proven yet is that a strength training-interval training hybrid outperforms both strength and interval training.
It’s something that Coach Dos knows. He has to.
Welcome to Dos’s World. Wait for the researchers to catch up….
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