Anatomy of Exercise: A Trainer's Inside Guide to Your Workout
Detailed anatomical illustrations reveal what the body actually does during specific exercise sequences.
Anatomy of Exercise is revolutionary for its insights into and illustrations of how the body works during exercise. The book is organized by body area and shows common sequences in the progression of a typical workout. Clear photographs demonstrate each exercise. Lifelike anatomical illustrations reveal in colorful detail which muscles are engaged, which are being conditioned and how the muscles respond.
Valuable features of the book help the reader gain the greatest benefit from each exercise and improve fitness and well-being. These include:
No other such book is tailored to the general reader. Beginners, those already committed to exercise, competing athletes, trainers, coaches, physiotherapists, massage therapists and others involved in fitness will find Anatomy of Exercise instructive and practical.
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Review: Anatomy of Exercise: A Trainer's Inside Guide to Your WorkoutUser Review - Nic Brisbourne - Goodreads
Text book that shows the muscles used by a range of exercises and provides a brief tutorial on how to do those exercises. Improved my understanding of my workouts and various aches and pains :), and will help in my quest to strengthen ALL my muscles. I will try some of the exercises too. Read full review
Review: Anatomy of Exercise: A Trainer's Inside Guide to Your WorkoutUser Review - Goodreads
Helpful for reminding myself of form and what muscles are activated in exercises. Great guide for personal trainers and those who are weight training.