The updated version of the classic guide to bodybuilding includes more than one thousand step-by-step photographs and illustrations, the latest data on diet and nutrition, sports-related injuries, and much more. Reprint.
"Muscle" explains and illustrates how muscles operate; shows how muscles are built systematically and how hormonal factors contribute to muscle growth; tells of muscle-building possibilities; presents total muscle-building programmes; and demonstrates workouts that work wonders.
Bodybuilding Anatomy is the ideal resource for gaining mass and achieving definition, with full-colour, detailed anatomical illustrations of all exercises, combined with step-by-step instructions on proper execution.
Young or middle-aged, men equate muscle with power, success, and sexual attractiveness. Taking a healthier approach to bodybuilding, this book reveals the secret techniques that bodybuilders use to achieve hard, rippling muscle.
Includes the basic concepts on exercise, training principles, contest preparation, diet and nutrition that have evolved into modern bodybuilding. This title answers various question bodybuilders could ask. It offers a reference and instructional manual covering various aspect of the sport.
Presents the advanced techniques, productive workouts, and life-transforming personal philosophies of bodybuilding legend Mike Mentzer. This title includes hunger - the code of integrity for displaying a heroic physique, and the science of productive bodybuilding exercise - Mentzer's fail-safe principles for building maximum size and strength.
Helps beginners and advanced bodybuilders alike to get faster workouts and more impressive gains. This book covers the news that science has revealed as being the quickest way to stimulate pounds of muscle growth, the ideal structuring of exercises in a workout routine.
Before he became one of the biggest box-office attractions of our times, Arnold Schwarzenegger was the name in bodybuilding--five-time Mr. Universe and seven-time Mr. Olympia. In this classic book, first published in 1977, Arnold shares the bodybuilding regime that made him a champion and offers glimpses of his personal life. 191 photographs.