101 Ways to Work Out with Weights Effective Exercises to Sculpt Your Body and Burn Fat
A book for women who want to improve or start a weight-lifting routine.Another follow-up to our successful 101 Ways to Work Out on the Ball, this book targets another piece of inexpensive yet powerful equipment – dumbbells. Many people buy them but either use them incorrectly or not at all because they’re not sure how. This book gives 101 different exercises for upper and lower body that you can do in the gym or at home. Strength training can actually change the shape of your body, improve your metabolism, and build bone strength – but most women aren’t sure how to do it. This book makes it easy to reap the enormous benefits of weight training?in your own home.
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5 Stars LOVE this book!
101 Ways to Work Out With Weights got me started lifting weights again after several years of neglect. I don’t care for gyms and this book has helped me develop a great weight lifting program in the comfort of my own home. And I never get bored because there are so many exercises, combinations and routines I can do, many of which I’d never done before. Excellent descriptions and photos ensure I’m lifting properly.
101 Ways To Work Out With Weights Effective Exercises To Sculpt Your Physique Along With Shed Fat
Mind Gym An Athletes Guide to Inner Excellence
Drawing on his work with some of the top teams in professional sports, noted sport psychology consultant Gary Mack shares with you the same techniques and exercises he uses to help elite athletes build mental “muscle.” These 40 accessible lessons and inspirational anecdotes will help you gain the “head edge” over the competition.
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1 Star Easy read
If you are expecting substantive theoretical sports psychological insights from this book, you will be thoroughly disappointed. While the anecdotes presented by the author are amusing, they provide little to no substance. Often, they are redundant to the point where it seems the author is beating the stain where the dead horse used to be. Each chapter ends
Mind Gym An Sportsmen Guide To Inner Type
Treat Your Own Rotator Cuff
Based entirely on research from peer-reviewed journals and randomized controlled trials, Treat Your Own Rotator Cuff is a complete program to prevent and rehabilitate rotator cuff injuries for athletes and non-athletes alike. In less than 100 pages, readers will learn precisely how the rotator cuff works, what can go wrong with it, and then are guided step-by-step through an evidence-based program
Cure Your Own Private Rotator Cuff
Strength Ball Training 2nd Edition
You’ll never run out of ways to use Swiss (also called stability) balls and medicine balls with this book, which describes and illustrates 69 exercises that can be done with one (or sometimes both) of these balls. Swiss and medicine balls are popular among athletes for conditioning, strength, flexibility, and balance. They provide an unstable platform, challenging balance and core stabilization and helping athletes train for unpredictable situations. You’ll progress from basic exercises, like pushups with the feet on the Swiss ball and crunches lying on the ball, to challenges like kneeling on the ball unassisted for three minutes and the one-legged jackknife. Each exercise is described in three stages–setup, movement, and finish–and many also include advanced variations. Illustrations–usually two per exercise–are clear and large, and the book opens flat, so you can do the exercises with the book beside you on the floor. Special training recommendations for football, skiing, tennis, soccer, golf
Muscle Ball Training 2nd Publication