Beyond Training – Mastering Endurance, Health & Life

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Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
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Ironically, many people who appear to be fit and healthy on the outside struggle with health and lifestyle issues like insomnia, gas, bloating, low libido, aging too fast, injuries, performance plateaus, brain fog, and a basic lack of time for career, family, and friends. So this New York Times Bestselling book by author Ben Greenfield supplies a step-by-step, done-for-you guide to eliminating all these issues, helping you get the most out of life while still achieving amazing feats of physical performance.

This book is the culmination of nearly a decade of time Ben spent in the trenches helping people of all fitness levels burn body fat, achieve peak mental performance, and take the body to an entirely new level of performance and total human optimization.

Beyond Training is for both men and women who have made it out of couch potato mode and are ready to take things to the next level, whether that means shedding those last few extra pounds, finishing a 5K, or even crossing the finish line of an Ironman triathlon. Everyone from the casual exerciser to the weightlifter, CrossFitter, obstacle racer, marathoner, mountaineer, triathlete, swimmer, cyclist, runner, and biohacker will glean tons of knowledge and life-changing advice from this book.

This book educates and entertains with underground training, nutrition, and lifestyle tactics that mean no guesswork, less confusion about what to eat, and elimination of workout frustrations so that you can have more time and make more money, experience fewer frustrating health issues, have complete confidence that you are training the right way, and rid yourself of notorious body trouble spots, nagging injuries, and stubborn body fat.

Jam-packed with nearly 500 pages of cutting-edge body transformation and performance-enhancing science, Ben Greenfield’s Beyond Training Book is the last guide you will ever need to achieve amazing feats of physical and mental performance without destroying your body and mind – and also includes over 200 extra hidden pages, 4 training plans, a nutrition plan, and plenty of extra hidden bonus materials within the pages of the book.

8 reviews for Beyond Training – Mastering Endurance, Health & Life

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    John

    Thanks Ben. Will email them, and your book is excellent. It’s one I keep referencing. Want to go over it all again in Audio form. Cheers!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    John

    Hey Ben,

    I’m assuming the answer is no, but it would be nice to get an email. I bought your book here, and also have used affiliate links of yours in your various articles and podcasts to support your site. When I bought your book there was to be an audio version downloadable that wasn’t ready. Is that in the plans? Has it been done, or is it scrapped? I’d like to get it if it’s available. Listening to audiobooks is all I have time for these days with 4 kids and abusiness of my own to tend to.

    Please let me know what the story is with respect to this.

    Respectfully,

    John

    • Ben Greenfield

      John, has some one from my team reached out to you?

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    John

    Hi Ben,

    This is not a review, rather a request. I couldn’t find a way to contact you. I bought this book of yours two years back and read it then, and it took a while to get through it all (4 kids, etc). At the time there was an offer for a free audio copy of the book, but it was not ready. I can still show proof of purchase. Is the audio version ready at this point? I’d love to go over it again, put it on my MP3, listen while I drive, etc.

    Many thanks, John

    • Ben Greenfield

      John, please email my team at support@greenfieldfitnesssystems.com

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Keenan Eriksson

    Love the book, but nothing is on the website anymore. I’d love to access all the great information Ben references but it’s not there. I’d love to see Ben’s results from the Nuclear Stress Test. I’ve been dealing with pain in my left chest (pectoral, primarily) which I’m fairly certain is musculoskeletal in nature, but I really want to get my heart fully checked out, and I don’t know what procedure to look for. I am at some level looking to compete in the crossfit games, but when I got a physical, I was disappointed by the very basic blood panel I received. Only checked cholesterol regarding heart stuff, and some very basic thyroid stuff regarding adrenal fatigue.

    Long story short is this, I was training twice a day, and used the sauna immediately after weightlifting. I was lifting in a fasted state, unfortunately, and basically, the sauna just “freaked me out.” I don’t know how else to describe. I just felt weird, fatigued, and then about an hour later, I had what I can only describe as a panic attack. Things got trippy. Everything was very intense and I just kept getting hit by these waves of weirdness.

    These conditions, though not as extreme, resulted in a few weeks of anxiety, odd days, paranoia about my heart and when I forced that out of my mind, paranoia in general. I don’t want to over state it, it felt mild over all, but just.. Trippy.

    After starting Beyond training, I realized I might be suffering from over-analyzed symptoms of adrenal fatigue, such as irritability, anxiety, and mood swings. Sure enough, when I stopped doing crossfit, and just started taking it easy, I eventually started feeling normal again. However, I still get these little twinges of pain in my chest, and today in my arm, and though they feel very musculoskeletal in nature, I want to know for sure where my heart is at, and rule out angina.

    I am 22 and very fit, but I’ve smoked cigars for the past few years (no longer, as of the recent episode) and this year I have been training a lot. After hearing Ben’s accounts of athletes damaging their hearts, I have decided I need to know where mine is at. I guess what I really wanted to know and look at is nuclear stress testing, because I can’t think of a more thorough way to see how my heart and arteries are doing.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Roxy Wroblewski

    An updated training bible full of resources to be able to keep training, take advantage of training buildup, repair training damage, and so on. Every chapter is well supported and tackles the different body systems properly. Note, we do not need to implement all, just have a knowledge if something happens, there is a reason and there is something to do. Just go for it!

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dan

    So much solid information I am reading it again. Train smart, train less, train better.

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Doug Clarke

    Just great.

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Carol

    I want you to be able to live life at whatever screamingly fast pace makes you happy and fulfilled, and I want you to feel good the whole time you’re doing it. What is this feeling called, and how do you get it 24/7? Go to BeyondTrainingBook.com , enter your name and e- mail address, and you’ll find out as soon as it’s ready. I guarantee you’ll like it.

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