The Pocket Idiot's Guide to a Great Upper Body

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Alpha Books, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 134 pages
A tight, well-developed upper body - chest, arms, and neck - is key to looking and feeling your best. Fitness expert Tom Seabourne gives readers the easiest and most effective program for losing fat and tightening and building upper body muscles. This handy pocket guide is fully illustrated with exercise photos and is rich with diet and workout tips. It s the book that any beginner will need to get in shape with the least amount of time and effort.
  • Exercise principles that prepare for a safe, effective workout
  • Targeted exercises that let men and women focus on problem areas
  • Exercises that fit the reader s schedule: at home, at work, or in the gym
  • Workout plan that puts individual exercises to work together

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About the author (2005)

Tim Seabourne was voted one of the top three educators of 2005 by the American Council on Exercise. Winner of the bicycle Race Across America Open West, he was the Sports Illustrated Athlete of the Month, MenĀ's Fitness magazineĀ's Sportsman of the Month, and MenĀ's Exercise magazineĀ's Mr. Fitness. HeĀ's the author of The Pocket IdiotĀ's Guide to Great Abs and The Pocket IdiotĀ's Guide to Great Buns and Thighs.

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