Getting Stronger: Weight Training for Men and Women

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Random House, Nov 1, 1988 - Health & Fitness - 447 pages
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For the estimated 26 million Americans lifting weights in 1987, here is the most complete book ever published on weight training. Features an easy-to-use format with one-page training programs that can be photocopied. Over 2,000 illustrations, 45 photos.

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GETTING STRONGER

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This manual from a former Mr. Universe (Pearl) outlines over 70 programs to help the novice as well as the athlete in body building. There are programs for men and women for use with free weights or ... Read full review

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
8
Getting Started
14
General Conditioning Programs
20
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Pearl is a 4-time Mr. Universe, a former Mr. America and Mr. California. He was voted the World's Best Built Man by The World Bodybuilding Guild and is one of the world's foremost trainers of bodybuilders and athletes.

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