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Gymnastic Rings Workout Handbook

Gymnastic Rings Workout Handbook

by Michael Volkmar
224 Pages · 2015 · 4 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
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Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy
by Bret Contreras
212 Pages · 2015 · 10 MB · 2,017 Downloads · New!
The “Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy” is an outstanding book that reveals how to build mass and burn fat. Bret Contreras is the author of this wonderful book. Bret Contreras has become known in the strength and conditioning industry as the Glute Guy because of his expertise in helping clients develop strong and shapely glutes. In 2015, he hold his Ph.D. in sport science from the Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand. His book engages all the reader from the first line to the end of the line. In Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy, Bret Contreras tells about the gym.
Fast After 50
by Friel Joe
336 Pages · 2015 · 5 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
Fast After 50 is the exercise, longevity, sports training and fitness guide which shares the magnificent fitness techniques to the swimmers, cyclists, runners, and other athletes. Friel Joe is the author of this fantastic book. There is a big difference in living a life in below fifties and above fifties. No matter, how super fit you are but when you are above fifty then you need to change your training and you can never be the same. The athletes are the one who needs to super fit in their entire career of after career. They did not retire from their profession in their entire life. The athletes are used to off hard training and they believe the only key to success is through hard work. But stats changes when athletes get over fifty and they need special kind of training to maintain their fitness. Friel Joe tells, how our body responds to training when we get older, how to avoid overtraining and adopt the training patterns. Learn to develop a progressive plan for training, competition, and recovery. How to control the size and fat of the body. This book provides all the guidelines you need to have to focused on training, nutrition, recovery, and cross-training.
Daniels’ Running Formula
by Jack Tupper Daniels
320 Pages · 2013 · 19 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Daniels’ Running Formula is the athlete, jogging, running, track running, and long-running book that shares essential strategies to maximize your running stamina. Jack Tupper Daniels is the author of this tremendous book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. Jack has fifty years of experience in improving the performance of athletes. He knows the secrets of running and how to make sure that athletes did not end up being injured. There are millions of teens and adults who wanted to become champions in running. This book contains all the essential techniques and tips that will guide you towards success. It shares a legendary VDOT formula that will help you to become faster, stronger, and longer. There are various programs that are mentioned by Jack and you can choose any of them and start working on it. Train yourself for competitions like 800 meters, 1500 meters, or 2 miles. Join the big competitions along with the countryside like 5k, 10 k, 15k or 30k. Train yourself for the marathon and get every single tip that you needed to conquer your goals. Jack will make you quick, stronger, and endure towards your goals.
Practical Programming for Strength Training
by Mark Rippetoe
256 Pages · 2015 · 4 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Practical Programming for Strength Training” is a great book for an understanding of how to conduct strength training. Mark Rippetoe and Andy Baker are the authors of this sports training book. Mark Rippetoe is the author of numerous other sports training books and all of them are worth reading. He has worked in the fitness industry since 1978 and has been the owner of the Wichita Falls Athletic Club since 1984. Mark and Andy conduct a seminar on this method of barbell training around the country. In this book, they guide the reader how an athlete prepares to win and how all the people approach physical preparation. Anyone who wants to advance their strength training past the novice’s stage needs this resource. This is the book for people who want to understand how to make humans stronger over time and the tradeoffs and benefits of manipulating training variables. Furthermore, Practical Programming for Strength Training is the most comprehensive book on the theory and practice of programming for strength training in hardcover. The principles contained in this book are scientific a proven through practical application. You should definitely read this book if you care about athleticism strength training. To sum it up, Practical Programming for Strength Training is a necessary book about sports training.
High Intensity Fitness Revolution for Women
by Pete Cerqua, Victoria Toujilina
168 Pages · 2015 · 18 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “High Intensity Fitness Revolution for Women: A Fast and Easy Workout with Amazing Results” is a great book for anyone who would like to go into fitness. Pete Cerqua and Victoria Toujilina are the authors of this book. The regimes in High Intensity Fitness Revolution for Women will help you fit exercise into your already jam-packed life by teaching you how to work out smarter, not longer. With this program, gone forever are the long hours that you used to dread spending in the gym. Even the busiest of career-focused women can benefit from Cerqua’s proven program. With High Intensity Fitness Revolution for Women, you can achieve your fitness target and goals. If you want to improve your form, gain flexibility, learn to do effective workouts that could be done anywhere in the country and learn to eat healthy no matter where you are in the world — this book is for you.
The Women’s Health Diet
by Stephen Perrine
336 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Women’s Health Diet: 27 Days to Sculpted Abs, Hotter Curves & a Sexier, Healthier You!” is a great book that shares numerous tips on how to build lean muscle and burn stubborn belly fat. Stephen Perrine, Leah Flickinger, and Editors of Women’s Health Maga are the authors of this book. Stephen Perrine is the editor of Men’s Health and Best Life. He has appeared on numerous national television shows, including the 700 Club, and Extra. In this book, the authors guide the women about their health. They share a proven program that actually works to build lean muscle and easily burn belly fat, within 27 days. They share an indulgent diet with a simple exercise program for rapid and effortless weight loss from the belly, thighs, and hips. This book is easy to read and the actual plan is good, sound advice on how you should eat for life. I highly recommend this book for fatty women, because it filled with delicious recipes, hundreds of helpful tips, and workout plans for the sexier body. To sum it up, The Women’s Health Diet is an excellent resource for women, who want to lose their body weights.