Getting Stronger: Weight Training for Men and Women : Sports Training, General Conditioning, Bodybuilding

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Shelter Publications, 2001 - Sports & Recreation - 429 pages
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This new edition covers weight training for general conditioning, bodybuilding, and specific weight training for 21 different sports. It also taps into the flood of new information on scientific sports training, nutrition for bodybuilders, and workout equipment. Illustrations.

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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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This book gave so much information from history of weight training covering body building even when steroids was legal and some terrible outcomes from using them.diet,cardio also is covered there is so many programs for free weight training and although the author totally promotes use of free weights does concedes that some machines may be supior for abdominal muscles.this author being mr universe seeing his picture on the cover at age 54 and looking so much younger you just can't help being motivated to use one of his programs that is so easy to follow to get yourself started into a program of free weights. The book is just so down to earth from such a qualified author anyone starting out or anyone who enjoys weight lifting as a novice or professional bodybuilder should at least read this book . 

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About the author (2001)

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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