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Strength Training Anatomy

This book combines the most effective exercises for all the major muscle groups with detailed, full-colour illustrations of the muscles used during the exercises. Strength trainers, bodybuilders and professionals can see the anatomy in action, including musculoskeletal attachments. "The best book that I have seen on training with weights" Stuart Hamilton.

(N.B.This is the book that we keep for reference on the counter.)


The Complete Guide to Strength Training,...

This guide presents the latest scientifically-proven ways of increasing strength using highly-effective methods and optimal nutrition. It includes: details on how to devise a training plan to suit particular goals, for both beginners and more advanced trainers; a step-by-step illustrated technique guide to 60 exercises; advice on how to structure weight gain and weight loss programmes; body re-shaping strategies and a section on problems with body symmetry; guidance on the pros and cons of using sports supplements; and flexible eating plans and menus.


Designing Resistance Training Programmes

A guide to developing individualized training programmes for both athletes and fitness enthusiasts. The book may also be used as an undergraduate textbook for courses in resistance training prescription. This second edition has been updated and includes more discussions, tables and figures that introduce recent studies and current research findings on resistance training and physical conditioning.


The Weightlifting Encyclopedia: A Guide...

Dreschler has written a fantastic book here for those who wish to learn more about what is the most magnificant and thrilling sport in the world. If you've ever wondered what weightlifting is, or if you are a beginner weightlifter and want to know more on the subject it is a great read and something that you will a lot from.

Strength Training Past 50

Explains and shows the most effective way for mature adults to maintain muscle, reduce body fat, increase bone density, lower blood pressure, and reduce arthritic pain through strength training.


Nutrition for Serious Athletes

Combining research with the training experiences of top athletes in strength, power, and endurance sports, this guide provides detailed advice of fluids, information on the timing of meals and the pros and cons of supplements.


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