Delavier's Women's Strength Training Anatomy Workouts
Paperback ISBN: 1450466036
Strength Training Anatomy Workout for Women includes exercises and programs for sculpting the back, shoulder, abs, butt, legs, arms and chest. Each includes step-by-step instruction, callouts for variations and safety considerations, as well as Delavier's one-of-a-kind anatomical illustrations. Original.
Dumbbell Workout Handbook: Weight Loss
The Best Workouts for Torching Fat and Burning Calories Like Never Before
Paperback ISBN: 1578267544
Over 100 of the absolute best results-driven dumbbell workouts, providing an intensive new way to burn fat, improve conditioning and lose weight. Developed by best-selling fitness author and strength and conditioning expert Mike Volkmar, this collection of dumbbell workouts will challenge you by promoting total body fitness while burning away unwanted fat. These results-oriented workouts target all muscle groups, from chest and arms to core and legs, and provide a powerful combination of exercises designed to help sculpt and tone your ideal body. The Dumbbell Workout Handbook: Weight Loss is a great way to change up your routine and break through plateaus. Whether you train at home in your garage gym or at the local fitness club, your workouts will never be boring again, guaranteed! So grab some iron and get fit now!
Dynamic Dumbbell Training
The Ultimate Guide to Strength and Power Training With Australia's Body Coach
Paperback ISBN: 1841263109
Dumbbell Training is the ultimate training guide for any person looking to increase their muscular size, strength, balance, coordination and explosive power for improving athletic performance.
Eat. Lift. Thrive.
Paperback ISBN: 1492545902
Lee, a health coach, strength and conditioning specialist, sports nutritionist, researcher, and author who specializes in helping women develop healthy relationships with food and their bodies while reaching fitness goals, shows women how to reframe their thinking about food and exercise by changing their behavior without relying on willpower or a high level of motivation, while also enjoying an exercise and nutrition program. She explores the importance of finding the intersection between what one is willing and able to do and the health behaviors needed to get the desired results, detailing nutrition advice, strength training strategies, and how to create a program. She describes how to change one’s mindset, including psychology-related misconceptions about getting results, why it’s important to not rush the process, and how to embrace sustainable methods, as well as accepting mistakes and being around supportive people; nutrition aspects, including the basics, guidelines, and moderation; movement patterns of strength training, as well as cardio and glute circuits; and building a better body and gauging and monitoring progress to become one’s own lifelong coach. Annotation ©2017 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)
Encyclopedia of Muscle & Strength
Paperback ISBN: 0736057714
Provides an introduction to the terminology, principles, equipment, muscle groups, exercises and programmes used in modern strength training. This title outlines a variety of training techniques and variables for developing strength and gaining muscle mass. It is useful as a reference for strength training professionals and personal trainers.
Engineering the Alpha
A Real World Guide to an Unreal Life: Build More Muscle, Burn More Fat, Have More Sex
Paperback ISBN: 0062220896
Drawn from research in Olympic labs, real-life testing and proven results, a personal trainer and a best-selling author join forces to provide a revolutionary program, which, utilizing safe, natural and highly effective ways to produce more testosterone, helps every man become lean, healthy, vibrant and virile. 125,000 first printing.
Ernie Frantz's Ten Commandments of Powerlifting
2nd Edition Hardcover ISBN: 0971245088
This book covers it all for beginning and advanced powerlifters, bodybuilders, casual weightlifters, and those interested in the correct form of the big three lifts. It contains most of what Frantz learned in over 50 years of powerlifting. The book stresses the basics because so many lifters forget them in clutch situations. People are not machines. The only way in which a human can master a set of instructions is to do them and do them and do them. This book covers everything from the proper method of performing the big three (squat, bench press, and deadlift), the Frantz routine, supplements, diet, rest and relaxation, spotting, selecting training partners, injuries and rehabilitation, women in powerlifting, and common physical and psychological complaints. It also covers powerlifting myths, common official competition rules, and includes interviews with some of the sport’s greats. If you have spent decades in the sport or are just considering a start for improving yourself in your sport or general health, this book is for you.
Fitness Weight Training
3rd Edition Paperback ISBN: 1450445136
Baechle and Earle present this guide to weight training for fitness in three parts, with expanded coverage of different training options in the third edition. The first section covers theory and preparations, beginning with the benefits of weight training, specificity for different kinds of goals, equipment, fitness assessment, and technique. Planning to begin a program is discussed, and the last chapter in this section, spanning nearly half the book, describes the form and movement of specific exercises. Part II then presents a variety of training programs focusing on different parts of the body, color-coded to indicate difficulty. Part III gives more detail on self-directed training, including how to design your own program, incorporating aerobic exercise for maximum benefit, and cross-training to improve sport performance. Appendices provide charts for recording progress and a list of sport-specific exercises. Annotation ©2014 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)