Arnold's Bodybuilding for Men

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Simon & Schuster, Oct 12, 1984 - Health & Fitness - 240 pages
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The complete program for building and maintaining a well-conditioned, excellently proportioned body -- for a lifetime of fitness and health.

In Arnold's Bodybuilding for Men, legendary athlete Arnold Schwarzenegger shows you how to achieve the best physical condition of your life. For every man, at every age, Arnold outlines a step-by-step program of excercise, skillfully combining weight training and aerobic conditioning. The result -- total cardiovascular and muscular fitness.

Arnold's program of exercise features stretching, warm-up and warm-down routines, and three series of exercises, each more ambitious than the last, all calculated to help you progress at your own speed. In addition, Arnold contributes important advice about equipment, nutrition and diet, and getting started on your program of exercise.

Special sections of Arnold's Bodybuilding for Men cover training for teenagers, exercises designed to keep you in shape on the road or when you can't get to the gym, and the regimen Arnold followed to win his seven Mr. Olympia titles.

Illustrated with hundreds of photographs of Arnold and other top bodybuilders, Arnold's Bodybuilding for Men will help every man look great and feel terrific.

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User Review  - Beau Johnston - Goodreads

This is an excellent introduction to weight resistance training for anyone looking to start using weights. The book has easy to follow instructions with photographs of each exercise. Read full review

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User Review  - Antonio - Goodreads

A must read book for beginners and experienced bodybuilders as well. Read full review

Contents

Fitness and Bodybuilding
11
Getting Ready
36
Warmups
48
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About the author (1984)

Arnold Schwarzenegger has won more bodybuilding titles than anyone else in the world, including seven Mr. Olympia titles. He is the author of Arnold: The Education of a Bodybuilder and Arnold's Bodyshaping for Women, both national best sellers.

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