Essays on Fitness, Health, Longevity and Easy Strength
Attempts—Essays on Fitness, Health, Longevity and Easy Strength
In this collection of essays, Dan John expands on some of his famous one-liners:
How many rabbits are you chasing?
Enough is enough; more is just more.
Fit for what? must be part of your language.
The greatest secret I know in every field of life is always obvious.
Think through the wonders and pleasures of achieving your goal.
Last throw, best throw!
No fuzzy maxes in the weight room.
Correct your weaknesses, but compete with your strengths.
Most of success is just showing up.
Peaking is often simply staying on the path.
…and many more…
You’ve heard them before, but have you internalized them?
Let Dan help you dig a little deeper into how life’s truths show up in the weightroom and on the field of play.
What you learn in this selection will get you thinking more broadly into how it all fits together—fitness, health, longevity and Easy Strength.
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Dan spends his work life blending workshops and lectures with full-time writing and teaching religious studies as an instructor for Columbia College of Missouri.
His other books on strength include 40 Years with a Whistle, Now What?, Before We Go, Can You Go?, Intervention, Never Let Go, Mass Made Simple and From Dad to Grad. He co-wrote Easy Strength with Pavel Tsatsouline and Fat Loss Happens on Monday with Josh Hillis, and is again at work on his next book on strength training and coaching.