Elite Forces Manual of Mental and Physical Endurance: How to Reach Your Physical and Mental Peak

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Macmillan, Feb 21, 2006 - Reference - 192 pages
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Gain an edge by training with the techniques of the most elite special forces units

The Elite Forces Manual of Mental and Physical Endurance shows how the world's most advanced soldiers stretch themselves mentally and physically, giving the reader the opportunity to train as they do in easy-to-follow steps. A detailed examination of what it takes to become as fit as a special forces soldier, the book takes a holistic view of the body and mind, showing readers how to build up endurance over a matter of weeks and how quality of life will benefit in the process. The 150 illustrations throughout the book make it perfect for both serious students of physical fitness and martial arts and armchair military enthusiasts.

Whether competing in unarmed combat sports, running a marathon, or just looking to get ahead, the Elite Forces Manual contains helpful and practical advice for attaining the absolute peak of mental and physical fitness.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER
25
CHAPTER
71
CHAPTER THREE
109
CHAPTER FOUR
127
Deafeating an Opponent
149
Advanced Techniques
161
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ALEXANDER STILLWELL is the author of The Encyclopedia of Survival Techniques.

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