Hi ! thanks, i ask Fred Koch on the Theory and Books Bompa Tudor Periodization-5th Edition: Theory and Methodology of Training. He wrote it:
My advice to you is find on of the earlier versions of TMT , 3rd, 2nd or his book Periodizations training for sports the 2nd edition. I have been Tudors #1 student in strength training for over 20 years. The fifth edition is not a good view of his theories. As for all these theories on which is better. Well, as you move along in sports you will learn that everyone has own view.
Personally I have used Tudor theories for 20 years and have never failed to get results. Most of the people that have talked against him have never trained anyone. They talk in theory about elite atletes, which I doubt you are yet. The co-author in the 5th edition for example , never did or never knew anyone that did tudors programs. His a college professor who is a good writer that was hired by the book company for the 5th edition.
Attached is a free copy for you of the material I use in the sport certification classes.
Good luck young man and do excately what you did with me. Ask questions and decide for yourself.
So …? Bompy theories are not super-interesting( but his teories are good mostly in beginners ) and the 5th edition of the book in general, does not show good Tudor Bomp concepts, and is even worse than his orginal ideas it?
But the problem is because I am from Polish my English is poor, Tudor Bomp 5th edition is translated into Polish, Vladimir issurin block training is only in english, so very hard for me would be to understand the book in English so hard to read even for the English people.
Pavel Tsatsouline all books are translated to Polish, so?
I generally depend on this to get some good knowledge there about workouts and how our body during training.
thanks in advance for any advice