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Author: Sean Burch
ISBN13: 978-1583332696
Title: Hyper Fitness: 12 Weeks to Conquering Your Inner Everest and Getting Into the Best Shape ofYour Life
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Publisher: Avery; First Edition edition (April 20, 2007)
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Hyper Fitness: 12 Weeks to Conquering Your Inner Everest and Getting Into the Best Shape ofYour Life by Sean Burch



We worked through all 12 weeks of the trekker level and are now about half-way through the climber level. Workout routines change every two weeks and you alternate two different workouts within the 2 week period. The book lacks concise instruction on how to do some of the moves and is remiss in not providing enough photographs (I think very remiss - there should be photographs for each exercise listed - given how unusual they are). The verbal instruction (sans photographs) is very hard to follow and he does not give pointers to the exerciser that would help them to recognize if they are doing to moves incorrectly. In terms of it getting me in shape, that is to be seen.

Whether you are preparing for a marathon or another event, or are just ready to dedicate yourself to getting in the best shape of your life physically and mentally, Hyperfitness will inspire you to reach the highest level of yourself possible.

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Read Sean Burch's posts on the Penguin Blog. WORLD-record holder and training expert Sean Burch, who has been hailed as "one of the fittest men on earth," (CNN International) is dedicated to reaching the greatest heights of fitness. What does Hyperfitness mean? It means setting goals and attaining them. It means discovering that you are stronger and tougher than you knew

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WORLD-record holder and training expert Sean Burch, who has been hailed as one of the fittest men on earth, (CNN International) is dedicated to reaching the greatest heights of fitness. It means discovering that you are stronger and tougher than you knew. And, it means taking your workout to a whole new level.

These DVDs are video supplements to the book, Hyperfitness: 12 Weeks to Conquering Your Inner Everest and Getting Into the Best Shape of Your Life. Please refer to the workout program in the book for correct exercise, time, and rep sequences. There are over 100 exercise combinations within each of the DVD Volumes. Hyperfitness DVD. Vol. 1 Trekker. Each Hyperfitness hardback book is personally signed by Sean Burch himself. Also included is a a free color bumpersticker (help spread the Burch Hyperfitness Systems word on the road!) the official. Also included is a a free color bumpersticker (help spread the Burch Hyperfitness Systems word on the road!) BHS Hat (Fitted).

Inner Everest and Getting Into the Best Shape of Your Life. The book lacks concise instruction on how to do some of the moves and is remiss in not providing enough photographs (I think very remiss - there should be photographs for each exercise listed -given how unusual they are).

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Outlines a high-energy, twelve-week program that incorporates challenging short- and long-term goals, in a guide by a solo Mount Everest climber that recommends specific exercise, nutritional, and mental-conditioning practices.
Reviews: 7
Gholbithris
Before Hyperfitness, my workout consisted of hiking in the hills. Hiking is mentally and physically challenging, but only works cardio and legs. Plus I could only hike part of the year, when the days are long enough so that it is light after work. And my lower back hurt. I took up Pilates for my back, which solved that problem, but then I experienced other problems requiring physical therapy. At age 50, I worried that I was getting out of shape faster than I could get in shape. So I started working out at a gym to increase muscle mass. But working out in the gym is boring, and I didn't feel that the machines, with the emphasis on working only one muscle group at a time, were achieving my goals. I realized (belatedly) that I needed more of a whole body workout to stave off the ravages of time. One of my work out buddies bought Hyperfitness, and our world has changed. We worked through all 12 weeks of the trekker level and are now about half-way through the climber level. Workout routines change every two weeks and you alternate two different workouts within the 2 week period. The experience, for someone who has not ever been very fit (I'm far from athletic), has been amazing. I can't thank Sean Burch enough for writing down his philosophy and workouts. While I don't think I'll ever climb Everest, I now have confidence in my body that I never had before. I highly recommend this book. One cavaet - if you are the shy type, find some workout buddies to do this with. You will stick out in your gym as you sing, jump, and do things that look pretty silly, like breathing through a straw while walking or biking. But who cares what others think? You will be the hyperfit one!
Kirinaya
The definitive guide on a truly fit lifestyle. This book has everything! A physical, mental, and nutritional book on how to achieve any goal in life. I love that! Not only is Sean's writing about his past expeditions engrossing, but the advice he provides on all 3 components are spot on. There are over 500 exercises in which to choose from, recipes and advice on what to eat, and the mental components blew me away. Apparently Sean's been doing this for over 25 years, and has been at the forefront of functional total body fitness way before programs like crossfit and P90x. Well, my advice is to check out this book if you are a serious athlete, weekend warrior, or just looking for the motivation for a complete new lifestyle. This is the bible on it.
Marad
Best ever. This guy's story is amazing. He changed his life and used Hyperfitness to achieve mind boggling accomplishments. This program is unlike any other out there.
Uttegirazu
I am an experienced triathlete and marathon runner and have tried for years to find a workout program that would help build my core and not use repetitive movements that I encounter while training for long distance triathlon events. After years of searching, this book is the first book that has workout routines that are enjoyable enough to keep me motivated as well as tough enough to push me to my limits. I have seen amazing results and a much toner and stronger body after only the first four weeks and continue to improve as I finish the 12 week circuit.

Proof of results: I recently ran a half marathon with a friend who trained using Hyperfitness while I trained using a standard running program. The course was a famous steep hill in Boise, ID. Even though I had put in many more running miles during training, by friend beat me by a large distance. My friend and I are both competitive athletes, but we also have a friend who is non-athletic and was doing Hyperfitness to lose weight. She did the program and lost 100 lbs.

This book is great because it has workout programs for any level of athlete: begginer, intermediate, and advanced.
Precious
This would be a great book if it showed you how to do the exercises. Some ( about 1/3) of the exercises are given a description in the book but you need pictures to see how you are supposed to do them which the book does not provide. Strange, the author stresses you need to use proper form to do the exercises but does not show you the exercises!!
He will sell you a DVD of each different level on his website for 29 bucks plus shipping. Isn't that wonderful? If the author really cared he would at least provide a short video of each exercise on his website free of charge or would put them on youtube but he DOES NOT DO THIS. I feel ripped off.... If you knew how to do the exercises this would be a good book. The book lacks organization for sure, but it would be worth the cost of the book if you knew how to do the exercises. It does appear to be a great plan overall but without the ability to properly do the exercises, it is simply not worth the money. I feel cheated.
Twentyfirstfinger
Although I think Mr. Burch firmly believes he is giving something to people to help them reach their personal/fitness goals (their Inner Everest, as he would say), I am not convinced that he gives enough instructional information for helping the reader to achieve these goals.

The book lacks concise instruction on how to do some of the moves and is remiss in not providing enough photographs (I think *very* remiss - there should be photographs for each exercise listed - given how unusual they are). The verbal instruction (sans photographs) is very hard to follow and he does not give pointers to the exerciser that would help them to recognize if they are doing to moves incorrectly. You can buy his DVDs, but, at $29.99 a pop, I think I'll pass. You can tell he wrote this book in his free time and that attention to detail is not a strength for him.

In terms of it getting me in shape, that is to be seen. My review may be premature, as that I have not completed the first two weeks of the training course. If, after the two weeks, I feel the instructions were adequate, I will update my review. As of my reading, I am quite nervous about having enough information to execute the moves correctly - there's going to be a lot of me wondering - Am I doing this right?

Alot of the exercises remind me of CrossFit - which is not novel or new - and has gyms all across the country.