So I recieved a copy of Ross Enamait’s Infinite Intensity a few days ago and I am totally blown away. I had ordered a copy of his Never. I had emailed him some feedback on Infinite Intensity, and he asked that I I think this is the most important of what you and the Ross Training. Hi Folks, First post on this forum. Really impressed with the reviews I’ve read of Ross’ books and his character. I am about to take the plunge.
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In fact, they probably read both II and NG under their covers with a flashlight at night. A sample 50 day routine is provided which applies the principles detailed throughout the manual.
Preview — Infinite Intensity by Ross Enamait. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. But since doing them i’ve become a lot stronger and a lot more explosive.
Ross Enamait – Infinite Intensity ()
He answers questions, takes advice and doesnt pull any punches. This program is not limited to one training style ex. This program will teach you how and why to incorporate strength training and conditioning, without allowing one objective to interfere with another.
Get through the wnamait day program and you’ll see what I mean. If you’re looking for “quick results” look elsewhere. Your name or email address: No BS just hard conditioning.
There’s a 50 day plan included, which I’ve used about 4 times now. Spiral-boundpages.
If you took the time to learn how to use that program and swap out exercises from time to time, even better. Denton Peter McCabe rated it really liked it Aug 08, I’ve boxed on and off since and been an athlete in one way or another my whole life but adding many of Ross Enamaits fitness ideas to my routine have helped me take my conditioning to a whole new level. Jaw Platzian rated it really liked it Mar 31, The program and training is tough in II. Andy Owen rated it it was amazing Feb 06, Enamai has a background in boxing so the focus is getting yourself in shape for combat sports.
When I start overthinking things and picking apart the minutae of training techniques, Ross infinte like the trainer that brings me back to earth, slaps me on the side of the head, and reminds me of the basics.
Oct 24, Fedaykin rated it it was amazing.
Ross Enamait – Infinite Intensity (2005)
Art VandelaySep 28, He also doesn’t cover flexibility, which is usually an issue with kickboxing and any leg-dominant martial arts. And what really matters. Definitely recommended for rpss involved in martial arts, boxing, ju-jitsu, or sports that have an anaerobic component. So while I agree that sprints and intervals should be used, and yes there is such a thing as doing too goss running, you can’t really argue with greats like those whose conditioning surpasses any boxers fighting right now that I can think of.
Want to Read saving…. I ended up losing around 10lbs, and felt like a million bucks after it was over.
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This is one area that Roxs was extremely happy with. The training in this book is challenging, if you’re looking for a book that promises easy results, this ain’t it. I’ve e-mailed him a rooss times and he’s always quick to respond. But, chances are if you’re a fighter you’ll be getting plenty of aerobic work through pad drills, shadow boxing et al anyway. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Oct 10, Messages: But, as Ross points out, maximum strength isn’t at the top of the priority list for combat athletes.
I truly recommend it! Apr 15, Messages: You must log in or sign up to reply here. Big fan of Ross’ how can you NOT be? I would feel more assured if the book didn’t have statements saying that dumbbells are the way to exercise because certain body builders only used dumbbells.
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