Strength Training Bible For Women

Author: David Kirschen
Editor: Hatherleigh Press
ISBN: 1578265894
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The all-in-one guide to building strength and toning up! Guided instructional videos, community, and expert support for this book available at GetFitNow.com and on Facebook at GetFitNowdotcom! Experts agree the fastest and most effective way to build strength and enhance muscle tone is to lift weights. Written by top strength training professionals and created specifically for women, Strength Training Bible for Women is the comprehensive, easy-to-understand guide to mastering the basics of weight lifting and barbell training. Divided by fitness levels, Strength Training Bible for Women shows you how to craft powerful workouts that are tailored to your unique goals. Designed to minimize risk and maximize results, the Strength Training Bible for Women program combines the best elements of strength training and weight lifting in a program you can do at home or in the gym. With the Strength Training Bible for Women program you will: - Build muscle and definition while increasing endurance and energy - Achieve perfect form with detailed, step-by-step exercise instructions - Turn your home work space or garage into a fully functional weight room - Reach long-time fitness goals and maintain definition year-round - Stay motivated with helpful tips from professional powerlifter and physique competitor Julia Ladewski - Get the body you’ve always wanted—in record time! Stop looking for the “perfect program” and start working towards your goals with an exercise regimen created to help you reach the next level in physical fitness. It’s time to take the first step towards your physical peak with Strength Training Bible for Women! From the Trade Paperback edition.

Weight Lifting And Weight Training

Author: George Kirkley
Editor: Arco Pub
ISBN: 9780668010986
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Guide to using weights to achieve a well-developed body and general athletic ability, includes advice for those interested in weightlifting as a competitive sport

Weight Training And Lifting

Author: John Lear
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 9780713656749
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Provides coaches with data on training and techniques for Olympic weightlifting and powerlifting, anatomy, kinetics, teaching principles, terminology, physical fitness, weight training, and safety

Strength Training For Weightlifting

Author: Agnes Berkstresser
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ISBN:
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Whether you're just getting started working out, or you're looking to add strength training to your cardio routine, weight lifting for beginners can seem anything but simple. There's a bunch of fitness equipment involved--how exactly do you use that big looped resistance band again?--the moves can be confusing, and you may worry that you might not have the strength to do them. It's true that weight lifting can appear intimidating--especially if you're scrolling through social media and seeing people deadlifting double their bodyweight, pressing a loaded barbell over their head, or banging out Superman push-ups where they fly into the air. But it's important to remember that those are just highlight reels of people who have been lifting for a very long time. When they first began, you can be pretty sure that they started small. Those explosive push-ups? It's likely they started as a modified, knees-on-the-floor variation. This book will describe how certain correlations can be used for programming and training purposes and why repeated precision, specific times in motion and non-deceleratated actions must become the methodology of training and what happens when training is composed of erratic lifting, erratic times in motion and decelerated actions. Many years of research has gone into the premise of this book and that research has culminated into the various correlations and formulas that are valuable for everyone who is interested in developing their full potential as an athlete and specifically as a weightlifter.

Weight Training For Dummies

Author: Liz Neporent
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118052716
File Size: 13,67 MB
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Strength Training Bible

Author: William Smith
Editor: Hatherleigh Press
ISBN: 9781578265527
File Size: 69,14 MB
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This programme gives readers the basics of weight lifting and barbell training to help increase strength and build muscle mass. Combining comprehensive exercise information with instructions and photographs, this condenses years of weight lifting training into an easy to follow programme. Written by top strength training experts, THE STRENGTH TRAINING BIBLE is designed to maximise results. It's a proven fact that the fastest and most effective way to get strong is to lift weights and Smith and Kirschen provide the exercises and workout plans that get the results.

Inside Weight Lifting And Weight Training

Author: Jim Murray
Editor: Book Sales
ISBN: 9780809278053
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Offers the beginner as well as the competitive enthusiast guidance in establishing a bodybuilding program, discussing the value of bodybuilding exercises as part of a personal self-improvement program for both men and women

Fitness Journal And Weight Lifting Log

Author: The Bench Press
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ISBN: 9781711637860
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Finally, a weightlifting logbook created by women for women! Spinning your wheels in the weights room? Want to boost your performance and make those gains? If you're a female that likes to lift and want to understand more about your training performance to get better results, then it's time to start tracking more than just sets and reps. A workout journal like no other, this logbook is designed to help you track not just your workouts, but many areas that affect your training: from mood and motivation, strength and energy, to sleep quality, peri-workout nutrition and even your monthly cycle. Alongside 60 undated workout logs, there's a companion health inventory designed to help you learn about how your body performs at different times of the month and in response to different variables so you can tweak your programming and become the best version of you possible. There's also dedicated space for goal setting, physique check-ins, tracking PRs on lifts over time and a recap at the end of the training period. This female-specific strength training logbook helps you: SET UP FOR SUCCESS WITH GOAL SETTING: Write down your goals for the training period across strength, endurance/conditioning, physique and flexibility/mobility. Get clear on your 'why' - understand what drives you to succeed. MONITOR YOUR PHYSIQUE WITH MONTHLY CHECK-INS: Start with an initial check-in and follow up every month to track progress. Log weight, body fat, lean mass, water % and body measurements across 10 areas. TRACK 60 WORKOUTS: If you train 5x a week, this logbook will last a full 12-week training cycle (60 workouts / 3 months). Each log has space to track 5 sets of 10 exercises + 4 cardio/endurance activities. ADVANCE YOUR TRAINING WITH THE HEALTH INVENTORY: The ultimate workout log addition for women helps you understand how your training is affected by sleep, nutrition and the stage of your monthly cycle. What days do you feel strong? When do you struggle to find motivation? How often are you feeling fatigued? LOG YOUR PERSONAL RECORDS: A double-page spread to record PRs and track strength progress over time. CONVENIENT & PORTABLE SIZE: This paperback logbook is a handy 6" x 9" size, small enough to fit inside your gym bag yet large enough to write in with plenty of space for notes. It comes perfect bound with high quality (60GSM) crisp white paper. MODERN & MOTIVATIONAL DESIGN: Featuring wraparound artwork on a 220GSM soft cover notebook with a glossy finish that's easy to wipe off after a sweaty gym session. (More cover designs available on our Author Page - 'The Bench Press') The female cycle and its effect on training: Did you know that the menstrual cycle has a huge impact on women's training? Our hormones do more than suck our motivation and make us a little moody! They affect every aspect of our fitness journey, from strength to stamina and adherence. During the follicular phase, you're likely at your strongest - aim for those PRs Strength is elevated during ovulation yet you become more susceptible to injury In the luteal phase you generally don't feel as strong, have a higher body temperature and burn more energy from fat stores Use the health inventory alongside your workout log to understand your personal cycle, amplify your training and achieve your fitness goals. ARE YOU READY? The perfect gym companion for any woman seeking to make gains in the gym, track their strength workouts and monitor their progress. (It also makes a great gift for all your fitness sisters!) Get your training on the right track! Don't wait until the new year to start, grab a copy now!

The New Rules Of Lifting For Women

Author: Lou Schuler
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1440685371
File Size: 40,88 MB
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In The New Rules of Lifting for Women, authors Lou Schuler, Cassandra Forsythe and Alwyn Cosgrove present a comprehensive strength, conditioning and nutrition plan destined to revolutionize the way women work out. All the latest studies prove that strength training, not aerobics, provides the key to losing fat and building a fit, strong body. This book refutes the misconception that women will "bulk up" if they lift heavy weights. Nonsense! It's tough enough for men to pack on muscle, and they have much more of the hormone necessary to build muscle: natural testosterone. Muscles need to be strengthened to achieve a lean, healthy look. Properly conditioned muscles increase metabolism and promote weight loss -- it's that simple. The program demands that women put down the "Barbie" weights, step away from the treadmill and begin a strength and conditioning regime for the natural athlete in every woman. The New Rules of Lifting for Women will change the way women see fitness, nutrition and their own bodies.

Weightlifting Training And Technique

Author: Andrew Charniga
Editor: Sportivnypress.com
ISBN: 1636258786
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Introduction to Weightlifting Training and Technique I.P. Zhekov and various authors This book consists of translations of selected sections of two books: Ilya Zhekov’s The Biomechanics of the Weightlifting Exercises and Junior Weighlfiting by L.S. Dvorkin. European coaches and sport scientist have justifiably referred to Zhekov’s book as “god’s book of weightlifting”. Zkekov’s book incorporates unique perspectives from actual practice, biomechanics and even engineering concepts. In fact Zhekov left weightlifting later in his career to work for the Russian space agency, i.e., a seamless transfer from weightlifting biomechanics to rocket science. The rest o the book consists of various articles about weightlifting biomechanics, flexibility from R.A. Roman, A. Lukhashev, R.P. Moroz and others. “A correct execution of the movement is performed when there is no full extension of the knees, nor a significant rise onto the toes. The squat under begins when the athlete has straightened his knees to an angle of 165 - 170° and has only begun to rise onto the toes.” “A rational and consequently economical movement should begin with as great as speed as possible from the very beginning. (I.P. Zhekov, 1972) …”the weightlifter as a self – tuning system is confronted with the always present task to find such a movement structure which conforms to the required laws of physiology and will produce the maximum motor - effect. “the skill to execute the squat under in the presence of a slower barbell speed is also indicative of better technique; It is namely this skill that is important for lifting maximum weights”. I.P. Zhekov, 1976 “The feet, like the spine, are the support and “springing” apparatus of man. The arch permits the feet to become a “spring” . I.P. Zhekov, 1976

The Ultimate Guide To Weight Training For Track And Field

Author: Rob Price
Editor: Price World Publishing
ISBN: 1936910799
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The Ultimate Guide to Weight Training for Track and Field is the most comprehensive and uptodate track and fieldspecific training guide in the world today. It contains descriptions and photographs of nearly 100 of the most effective weight training, flexibility, and abdominal exercises used by athletes worldwide. This book features yearround track and fieldspecific weighttraining programs guaranteed to improve your performance and get you results. Athletes of all events, from sprinting to shot put, have used and benefited from the information in this text.No other track and field book to date has been so well designed, so easy to use, and so committed to weight training. This book will have all types of track & field athletes increasing speed, flexibility, power, strength, and endurance unlike any book before it. No longer will you find yourself becoming tired at the end of an event or losing distance on javelin or discus throws due to fatigue. By following this program you will eclipse your previous records and eliminate unnecessary injuries.Both beginners and advanced athletes and weight trainers can follow this book and utilize its programs. From recreational to professional, thousands of athletes all over the world are already benefiting from this book and its techniques, and now you can too!Rob Price is a first class certified personal trainer and a former fitness consultant at the University of Wisconsin. He is a national weight lifting champion and state bench press record holder who has been featured in newspapers and magazines all over the world, including the USA Today, for his sportstraining expertise. Rob is a contributing author to Golf Fitness Magazine, Swimmer's World Magazine, US Bowler Magazine, and OnFitness magazine and is the founder and head trainer of SportsWorkout.com's eTraining service. In addition to being an internationally recognized fitness expert, Rob also holds a Juris Doctorate from The Ohio State University where he was honored as one of ten Moritz Scholars.

Essentials Of Weightlifting And Strength Training

Author: Mohamed F. El-Hewie
Editor: Shaymaa Publishing
ISBN: 9780971958197
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Book Description Like the first edition, this second edition is intended to serve as a compendium of those aspects of Weightlifting and Weight-Training essential to the development of physical strength. A prominent feature of this book is the in-depth coverage of scientific and medical aspects of a forgotten sport. In this second edition, all efforts were made to revise the first edition and correct the typographical errors in spelling and grammar. The book Index and Glossary have been restructured more efficiently. In this edition, chapters six and seven, of the first edition, are consolidated into one chapter, with complete restructuring of the anatomical figures. The following two new chapters are added: Chapter seven –"Warm-up and Stretching" eases the difficulty of planning training without weight, prior to venturing into vigorous lifting. Chapter twenty one –"Performance Analysis"- immensely enhances the visual understanding of the dynamics of Weightlifting and the functional anatomy of the human body. It contains 395 impressive photographs of international Olympic weightlifters, beginning by Vasily Alxeev and Pyrros Dimas, and ending by Reza Zadeh. With colossal collections of annotated photographic art work, the second edition becomes a must have reference on weightlifting, athletic performance, human strife for glory, health, and graceful existence. The second edition adheres to the basic premise of the first edition of emphasizing axial training with vehement zeal. This is supported extensively by the hundreds of colorful photographs, drawings, and personal narrations. The very unique aspect of the second edition is the extensive elaboration on performance analysis of contemporary weightlifters by an engineer, physician, weightlifter, and math teacher.

The Ultimate Guide To Weight Training For Swimming

Author: Rob Price
Editor: Price World Publishing
ISBN: 1936910810
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"The Ultimate Guide to Weight Training for Swimming" is the most comprehensive and up-to-date swimming-specific training guide in the world today. It contains descriptions and photographs of nearly 100 of the most effective weight training, flexibility, and abdominal exercises used by athletes worldwide. This book features year round swimming-specific weight training programs guaranteed to improve your performance and get you results. No other swimming book to date has been so well designed, so easy to use, and so committed to weight training. This book was designed specially for swimmers to increase strength, speed, endurance, and stamina. Not long after you begin following this guide you will cut seconds off of all of your strokes. Swimmers of all skill levels will be able to finish without running out of gas and will be able to swim at record paces until the end of the meet. Both beginners and advanced athletes and weight trainers can follow this book and utilize its programs. From recreational to professional, thousands of athletes all over the world are already benefiting from this book and its techniques, and now you can too!

Resistance Training For Martial Artist Mixed Martial Arts Mma Boxing And All Combat Fighters

Author: G.E.S. Boley Jr.
Editor: RBN Publishing LLC
ISBN:
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Hey! How Much Do You Bench Press? There’s a reason why the bench press is the most popular lift in the gym: it lets you lift more weight and activate more muscle in the upper body than any other move. With just this one lift, you can work your deltoids, your pecs, your triceps, forearms, abdominals, and even your hand muscles. What you didn't know is bench press is also good for punching ... Wow! But what if I told you there is an exercise many trainers and experts including myself consider the “King” of exercises, would you be interested in learning? Add two more moves and you’ve got a complete body workout. Squat and deadlift. That’s it. If you didn't know, squats target your glutes (butt), while working your quads and hamstrings and calves and doubling up on your abs. Which is good for kicking. You can never get enough work on your abs, especially when you are being kicked and punched in them for competition or in a self-defense situation, right? Now round out and wrap up your workout (and your backside) with the deadlift. Everything from your neck down to your calves, your whole spine and back, gets strengthened with the deadlift. With all those muscle groups being affected, you need to train correctly to maximize your gym time and your weight training time. This book is going to make sure you do just that. By understanding the following: Technique & Form Starting Weights for lifting Between repetitions and Workouts Nutrition and Food Progress on a Daily, Weekly and Monthly Basis Expectations for development and Growth In this book, Resistance Training: For Martial Artist, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Boxing and All Combat Fighters, I will tell you that "King" movement mentioned above and what I have learned in my 30 plus years of competing, training and teaching. I understand you may not want to be a combat sports competitor but maybe pick up one or two things to gain strength and a technique to defend yourself well it’s in the book. This quick, easy-to-read book can make the difference between success and frustration. You’ll know what you’re doing on your first trip to the gym without suffering the insecurities many first-timers do. If you’re a gym-rat, you’ll pick up new tips and you’ll be reassured you’re reaching your goals every time you hit the gym. You can track your goals in the included guide. Click the “Buy Now” tab and let’s get started! See you at the gym!

Strength Training For Women

Author: Marc Mclean
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781548132491
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Strength Training For Women...Your Answer To Less Fat, Toned Muscle And The Body You've Always Dreamed Of There's a growing army of women out there laughing... Because they've turned their bodies into fat burning machines - without exercising most of the week or eating like a rabbit. Because they've transformed their bodies - and are now in the best shape of their lives. Because they now love exercise, feeling strong - and the fact that they never have to do mind-numbing cardio ever again! These are the women who do strength training and are now laughing about the huge misconception that lifting weights makes women 'bulky' or 'masculine'. The reality is that weight training incinerates body fat, develops lean, toned muscles, increases your strength, improves your mental health, strengthens your heart, lowers your risk of disease, strengthens bones, improves posture, boosts your confidence...the list goes on. The word on these benefits is well and truly out there amongst women, and Strength Training For Women: Burn Fat Effectively & Sculpt The Body You've Always Dreamed Of is written to spread the message even further. Are you fed up pounding the treadmill literally getting nowhere? Are you frustrated after exercising for weeks but seeing zero results when you look in the mirror? Are you bored with your fitness classes or same old boring workout? Do you have to drag yourself along to the gym each time? This book can help solve all those problems. Imagine only having to exercise three times per week, for less than an hour each time? Imagine really enjoying each session and looking forward to your next one? Imagine feeling stronger and more confident every week? And imagine all of that translating into clear, positive changes in your body shape, health...and entire vibe? That's exactly what weight training can deliver. It doesn't matter if you're a complete beginner, have some experience with strength training, or just want to learn more, Strength Training For Women: Burn Fat Effectively & Sculpt The Body You've Always Dreamed Of can absolutely help you achieve your health and fitness goals. There are plenty of weight training books out there. Not quite so many weight training books for women. This is THE book to help you get results as it includes all the most effective gym workouts for women, strategies, and shows you how to easily create your own training plans. It also features the stories of women who had no clue about weight training, and they reveal how they had the same fears and insecurities as most other women when they first stepped inside the gym. They explain how they quickly overcame what was holding them back to achieve great results. The book also includes an exclusive interview with Marianne Kane, women's strength training expert at myomytv.com and a co-founder of the Get Glutes training program. She shares her specialised knowledge on glutes training - helping you get your butt in great shape! Below are the contents of Strength Training For Women: Chapter 1 - The Myth Of Ending Up 'Bulky' Chapter 2 - Building Your Self Confidence In The Gym Chapter 3 - Barbells, Dumbbells and Going Heavy Chapter 4 - Compound Exercises Chapter 5 - Muscle Isolation Exercises Chapter 6 - Peachy 101: How To Sculpt An Awesome Ass Chapter 7 - Reps and Intensity / Creating Your Own Training Program Chapter 8 - 10 Tips For Staying On Track & Smashing Your Goals Chapter 9 - A "Weapon" In The Battle For Fitness & Good Health Chapter 10 - "Strength Training Helped Save My Life" * BONUS FREE E-BOOK FOR ALL READERS * An e-book featuring high quality photo demonstrations of all the top strength training exercises is also available to all readers for free. This will help you master the best gym workouts for women...so you can achieve your health and fitness goals quicker.

Women S Health Lift To Get Lean

Author: Holly Perkins
Editor: Rodale
ISBN: 1623364787
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Research shows that building muscle helps the body burn more calories 24/7 and that resistance training is the most effective way to torch body fat. Yet that message is still lost on many women who fear that weight lifting will make them bulky, turn their skin green, and give them Incredible Hulk muscles like their boyfriends'. Women have more options than step aerobics or running on a treadmill to shed pounds: They can weight-train in a very specific manner designed to make the most of a woman's unique physiology. Lift to Get Lean is the first beginner's guide to strength training from Women's Health that is written specifically for women by a woman. Holly Perkins is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) who has been teaching the fat-burning secrets of weight training exclusively to women for more than 20 years. Perkins doesn't follow men’s rules when it comes to building muscle. Lift to Get Lean delivers a three-step system: Technique, Movement Speed, and the Last 2 Reps Rule, which make all the difference in developing the kind of strong, lean, and sexy body women want. Perkins offers four different 90-day training programs that efficiently build functional strength along with leaner legs, stronger arms, and a sexier butt.

The Ultimate Guide To Weight Training For Golf Past 40

Author: Rob Price
Editor: Price World Publishing
ISBN: 193691090X
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"The Ultimate Guide to Weight Training for Golf Past 40" is the most comprehensive and up-to-date golf-specific training guide for adults over 40 in the world today. It contains descriptions and photographs of over 80 of the most effective weight training, flexibility, and abdominal exercises used by athletes who are looking to stay in shape and sharpen their game. This book features year round golf-specific weight training programs designed specifically to meet the needs of golfers over 40 and is guaranteed to improve your performance and get you results. No other golf book to date has been so well designed, so easy to use, and so committed to weight training. This book enables golfers past 40 of all skill levels to add extra yardage to their drives and irons without having to buy the latest technology in golf!By following this program you can develop the flexibility and strength required to eliminate fatigue and increase distance with every club in your bag. With stronger and more flexible muscles, you will not only hit the ball farther but you will have better control over all of your shots throughout the round. Most importantly, you will reduce your chances of injury and be able to play 18 holes without any problems! Both beginners and advanced athletes and weight trainers can follow this book and utilize its programs. From recreational to professional, thousands of athletes all over the world are already benefiting from this book and its techniques, and now you can too!

The Ultimate Guide To Weight Training For Badminton

Author: Rob Price
Editor: Price World Publishing
ISBN: 9781936910991
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The Ultimate Guide to Weight Training for Badminton is the most comprehensive and uptodate badmintonspecific training guide in the world today. It contains descriptions and photographs of nearly 100 of the most effective weight training, flexibility, and abdominal exercises used by athletes worldwide. This book features yearround badmintonspecific weighttraining programs guaranteed to improve your performance and get you results. No other badminton book to date has been so well designed, so easy to use, and so committed to weight training. This book provides you with the exercises needed to improve your putaways and increase racquet speed. It will have you hitting the birdie like never before. By following the programs in this book, you will increase your speed, power, and agility, enhancing your drop, flick, and drive shots until the end of the match.Both beginners and advanced athletes and weight trainers can follow this book and utilize its programs. From recreational to professional, thousands of athletes all over the world are already benefiting from this book and its techniques, and now you can too!Rob Price is a first class certified personal trainer and a former fitness consultant at the University of Wisconsin. He is a national weight lifting champion and state bench press record holder who has been featured in newspapers and magazines all over the world, including the USA Today, for his sportstraining expertise. Rob is a contributing author to Golf Fitness Magazine, Swimmer's World Magazine, US Bowler Magazine, and OnFitness magazine and is the founder and head trainer of SportsWorkout.com's eTraining service. In addition to being an internationally recognized fitness expert, Rob also holds a Juris Doctorate from The Ohio State University where he was honored as one of ten Moritz Scholars.

How To Warm Up Properly For Strength Training

Author: Ryan J. Mathias
Editor: Independently Published
ISBN: 9781980794769
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Don't ruin your workout before it starts! Decrease Pain and improve your Performance in 15 minutes or less by using practical motions that are specific to what you are about to do in your workout! You will add to your strength and increase your results with this easy-to-follow warm-up routine designed for STRENGTH WARRIORS! Too often I see beginners and even advanced lifters ruin their workout by: 1.) They do anywhere from a 15 minute run on the treadmill to a full cardio training session before they start their strength training.(I was WRONGLY taught to do this) 2.) They walk in, load up their working set weight, and start lifting with no regards to how they are feeling that day.(Not knowing any better, I did this when I first started) 3.) They immediately grab the foam roller, or some other torture device, and begin to smash their muscle tissue like tenderizing meat!(Yup, tried that too) If your goal is to get stronger, perform better, build muscle or to utilize weights in any way, cardio and muscle smashing are not the way to warm-up, because they are NOT SPECIFIC to what you are about to do! A proper Warm-Up is vital for STRENGTH and strength is vital for success! Strength is the basis for all other Training Goals! By becoming stronger you are better able to build muscle, lose weight, improve athleticism, prevent injury, and live a healthier lifestyle. However, if you don't warm-up properly, you will not be able to reach your full strength potential! Your warm-up is what prepares your body to perform at its best, and without it you are only reaching a piece of your full potential. This Book guides you on how to Warm-Up Properly to decrease pain, prevent injury and bring out your full strength potential! In This Book: A Step-By-Step Warm-Up Routine SPECIFIC to your workout! Everything you need to know about how to warm-up in the gym! Applicable to Powerlifting, Bodybuilding, CrossFit, Weightlifting, Strength Training, Calisthenics, etc. For all training levels, beginner to elite! + a 15% OFF Discount Code to StrengthWorld.store inside!!! We HIGHLY recommend this Book to EVERYONE that is involved with strength training at ANY level! The STRENGTH WARRIOR Workout Routine - Series Book 3: The Warm-Up is a vital piece of the Mathias Method STRENGTH SYSTEM! This 3rd book in our Strength Warrior Workout Routine Series is designed to teach you how to Warm-Up properly in order to prevent injury and increase your performance. Use this warm-up before every workout you do in order to perform at your best and stay healthy throughout your long training career. This information will not only make you feel good but also improve every workout you do for the rest of your life! Continue to expand your training knowledge by getting the next book in this series, Base Of Strength: Strength Training Program to build some serious STRENGTH and MUSCLE!

Strength Training

Author: DK
Editor: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
ISBN: 1405349131
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The complete step-by-step guide to a stronger, sculpted body Build a better body with this essential handbook to strength training for men and women of all abilities. Step-by-step instructions and tailor-made programmes will help you reach individual goals. Find over 150 exercises, with invaluable advice on preparation, nutrition and preventing injury. Each exercise is illustrated so you can perfect your technique, plus anatomical artworks give an at-a-glance guide to targeted muscle groups. Written by strength training experts this is ideal for free and fixed weights, in the gym or at home. The ultimate guide to improving your muscle tone, strength and endurance.