Freeweight Training Anatomy-A Guide To The Muscles You Want

Freeweight Training Anatomy-A Guide To The Muscles You Want

Paperback: 144 pages
Publisher: Ulysses Press; annotated edition edition (March 15, 2016)
Language: English

Shefluential DisclosureIf you’re considering adding weights to your workout routine, Freeweight Training Anatomy by Ryan George can help you maximize the results strength training can provide by helping you to understand what muscles you are exercising, the movements needed to get the most out of your workout and how those movements can have either a negative or positive effect on the outcome.

Freeweight Training Anatomy by Ryan George

I have a 5 lb. kettlebell that I sometimes pull out and do a little working out with, so I like that Freeweight Training Anatomy has exercises in the pages that incorporate this tool. The kettlebell came with workout program, but I get bored with the same old workout routine over and over so it’s nice sometimes to find other workouts that I can use it with.

“One of the goals of this book is to simplify exercise.” — author, Ryan George

The book consists of three parts. Part One is an Overview of the book and how to use it. Part Two consists of the exercises and their diagrams. And Part Three gives information about different programs one can implement using the exercises in the book to achieve specific outcomes whether your goal is weight loss, starting a general fitness program, strength training, building body mass, etc.

I think the layout of the Exercises section is really interesting, with each exercise being presented in a very brief, concise manner and also includes a picture of the muscle that the exercise is intended to target when executed accurately.

The Kettlebell Lunge Passthrough in the lower left photo (featuring the female model) exercises the quadriceps while stabilizing the biceps, triceps, and forearm muscles.

Freeweight Training Anatomy by Ryan George

I have worked my way through quite a few of the exercises depicted in the book. So far, I haven’t tried one that was too hard for me to complete.

Due to the thin paperback construction, the book is super easy to slip into your gym bag. The handy Index in the back of the book will help you quickly locate all of the different exercises.

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Synopsis:

Picturing hundreds of step-by-step exercises and clearly colored muscle illustrations, Freeweight Training Anatomy reveals precisely which muscle groups are being built, stretched and sculpted in every workout. This extensive anatomy and fitness guide is the ultimate resource for creating smart, balanced fitness routines that employ barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, sandbags and even your own body weight.

• Isolate and exercise hard-to-sculpt muscles

• Revolutionize your routine with unconventional weights

• Add hardcore combination moves for a full-body workout

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