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The Men’s Health Big Book of Exercises

The Men’s Health Big Book of Exercises

by Adam Campbell
560 Pages · 2016 · 18 MB · 38 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Bench Strong
by Shobit Jain
99 Pages · 2015 · 4 MB · 2,485 Downloads · New!
The “Bench Strong: Increase Your Bench Press Strength with Minimal Equipment” is a comprehensive book written on the bench press. Bench Strong is written by the author Shobit Jain. Shobit is an international level raw powerlifter. He has a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering specializing in Biomechanics from the University of Cincinnati where he also worked as a teaching assistant. He also holds numerous certifications some of which being ISSA Fitness Trainer Certification, Nutrition, and Physical Activity for health. Bench Strong is a very helpful book for gym lovers and especially for those owning gyms with limited equipment.
The Leangains Method
by Martin Berkhan
323 Pages · 2018 · 5 MB · 3,279 Downloads · New!
The Leangains Method is the high protein diets, weight training, and weight loss guide that tells people who to become healthy and fit. Martin Berkhan is the author of this impressive book. He works as a personal trainer, lecturer, educator, and nutritional consultant. Martin helps thousands of his clients to achieve the desired shape. This guide enlists the benefits of high protein diets and the multiple recommendations of the nutritional diets. Learn how to count calories and discover the basic difference in carbohydrate and protein. This book did not demand hundreds of sit-ups, hours of gym, and exercise daily.
Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy
by Bret Contreras
212 Pages · 2015 · 10 MB · 2,051 Downloads · New!
The “Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy” is an outstanding book that reveals how to build mass and burn fat. Bret Contreras is the author of this wonderful book. Bret Contreras has become known in the strength and conditioning industry as the Glute Guy because of his expertise in helping clients develop strong and shapely glutes. In 2015, he hold his Ph.D. in sport science from the Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand. His book engages all the reader from the first line to the end of the line. In Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy, Bret Contreras tells about the gym.
The Year One Challenge for Women
by Michael Matthews
0 Pages · 2014 · 6 MB · 63 Downloads · New!
The Year One Challenge for Women is the exercise, weight training, weight loss and fitness book which shares the different techniques for women to get stronger and leaner. Michael Matthews is the author of this magnificent book. This book is specially written for those women who wanted toning, lean and stronger body. The women of the modern era wanted to become fit and healthy but they struggle due to busy schedules. There are numbers of responsibilities which a housewife or professional women have while performing all the tasks she does not find enough time for exercise. Lack of exercise creates the number of challenges for women to stay active and perform well in the game of life. There are few women who go to gyms but in the end, they did not achieve the desired results. Michael Matthews gives the solution to achieve fitness just in one year. He shares the body workouts which are simple yet effective to transform your body. There is no need to find a special place to exercise and get rid of the bills of gym and coach. Sometimes we go to the gym daily for hours but did not satisfy with results but this guide is promised to deliver the results. It helps people to keep the record of their performance, in addition, there are inspirational quotes to motivate the reader to become a fitness guru.
The New Rules of Lifting for Women
by Lou Schuler, Cassandra Forsythe Ph.D. RD & Alwyn Cosgrove
272 Pages · 2008 · 7.33 MB · 36 Downloads · New!
The New Rules of Lifting for Women is the exercise and weight training guide that brings comprehensive conditioning, nutrition and strengthening the program for women. Lou Schuler, Cassandra Forsythe Ph.D. RD, and Alwyn Cosgrove are the authors of this fantastic book. There are different myths related to exercise for women. The trainers think that women muscles don’t need tough exercise and weight lifting. Their muscles are not made for hard training and for lifting heavy weights. The reality is different, women are as tough as men and their muscles need more training to get in shape and grow. Our muscles need to be strong to get in shape and give a healthy look. There is no benefit for women in lifting Barbie weights and this exercise brings nothing except time waste. It’s time to get over from all myths and comfort zone and it is the best time to train yourself harder.
Delavier’s Women’s Strength Training Anatomy Workouts
by Frederic Delavier& Michael Gundill
351 Pages · 2014 · 24 MB · 27 Downloads · New!
Delavier’s Women’s Strength Training Anatomy Workouts is the woman weight training and women health book which describe different exercises for women to get in shape. Frederic Delavier and Michael Gundill are the authors of this impressive book. Women are stuck in between professional and personal lives. They find it difficult to maintain balance in their life and especially when it comes to their fitness. These women are trying hard to maintain their health, career and family life. Most of the women successfully able to maintain balance in family life and professional but they lack in their health. These women failed to keep their health. There is another issue women are facing that they did not know hard training is good for them or not. This book shows women how to get in shape by just giving 30 minutes a day to your exercise. It contains pieces of advice, exercises, and programs that bring the results which you always wanted.

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