Bodybuilding a Realistic Approach: How You Can Have a Great Body!

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Power Writings, Sep 1, 1998 - Sports & Recreation - 437 pages
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We all have different fitness goals, body types and motivational levels. Whether you are just getting started with weights looking to shape and tone, or thinking about competing in a bodybuilding contest, you don't need to look any further. Bodybuilding: A Realistic Approach shows you how to realistically achieve your body's fullest potential by first setting realistic goals and following the basic exercises, sample workouts and reasonable nutritional programs, to build, chisel, or shape your body.
 

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Contents

A Realistic Approach to Bodybuilding
2
Getting Started
18
Body Part Training Using Basic Exercises
41
Building Muscle Using Basic Exercises
116
Dorm Room and Dungeon Training
148
Nutrition
168
Supplements
192
Steroids
204
High Intensity Workouts For Advanced Bodybuilders
260
Overtraining and Injuries
276
Stretching
288
Contest Preparation
296
Posing and Judging
356
Artists and Athletes
382
The Mr Ms Rutgers Bodybuilding Contest
394
Index
431

Alcohol and Bodybuilding
218
Aerobics and Bodybuilding
230
Training Techniques
236
Order Form
437
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About the author (1998)

Melfa manages his own Publishing Company and continues to build his career selling pharmaceutical products for Wyeth-Ayerst Laboratories. He also has his M.B.A. in pharmaceutical and chemical studies from Farleigh Dickinson University.

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