9780078022623

Basic Weight Training for Men and Women

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  • ISBN13:

    9780078022623

  • ISBN10:

    0078022622

  • Edition: 8th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2/29/2012
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

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Summary

The eighth edition of Basic Weight Training for Men and Womenincludes many features that make this text the best and most comprehensive beginning weight training book on the market. Each chapter presents the most important and up-to date weight training exercises with free weights and on the most popular exercise machines found in schools and health clubs in the United States. Nutrition information, workout schedules, proper techniques, and research articles debunking fitness myths fill Basic Weight Training for Men and Women, 8th edition. The text also includes a discussion of functional training exercises and stresses the concept that the key to building strength and power is to train movements rather than specific muscles.

Table of Contents

1. Basic Weight Training

2. Weight Training and Your Body

3. Weight Training Guidelines

4. How Weight Training Improves Your Body

5. Getting Started: The Basics

6. Developing the Lower Body

7. Developing the Back and Neck

8. Developing the Abdominal Muscles

9. Developing the Chest and Shoulders

10. Developing the Arms

11. Exercises to Develop Speed and Power

12. Nutrition for Weight Training

13. Ergogenic Aids: Drugs and Supplements

APPENDIX 1: Muscular System

APPENDIX 2: Skeletal System

APPENDIX 3: Machine and Free-Weight Exercises for Sports and Activities

APPENDIX 4: Norms and Test Procedures for Measuring Strength

Glossary

References

Index

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