Anatomy Of Strength Training
The Five Essential Exercises
Thunder Bay Press
On Sale: December 1, 2010
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Non-Fiction | Self-Help Fitness
Working out can be fun and rewarding. But if you’re not
doing it correctly, it can seem pointless, and even painful.
Knowing the best way to build muscle—and knowing why it’s
the best way—can mean the difference between a lifelong
devotion to exercise and a fabulously fit body, or giving up
Health and fitness expert Pat Manocchia gives readers the
tools they need to embark on a journey of fitness and
health, from basic movements to information on how to build
a complete exercise plan. With step-by-step instructions and
easy-to-follow illustrations of starting positions and
movement paths, it’s like having your very own personal trainer.
Learn what to do and what not to do. For example, hands
should be shoulder-width apart during a chin-up, and you
should never, ever swing the body during that move. Keep a
slight arch in the back while performing a dead lift, and do
so by keeping the head up. Find out how to get results by
following these and other exercises.Anatomy of Strength
Training brings a new dimension to workouts, helping readers
target every problem area—and helping them stay on the path
to health and fitness.
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