Fitness Weight Training 3rd Edition PDF
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Whether you’ve been a regular at the gym for years or are just getting started, Fitness Weight Training contains proven programs for attaining the body you want!
Expanded, enhanced, and improved, this new edition of the perennial best-selling guide provides an overview of weight training. From equipment selection to exercise technique, Fitness Weight Training has the information you need to get to work quickly, safely, and correctly.
Best of all, you will find 75 programs for muscle toning, body shaping, and pure strength training. Just determine your objective and use the color-coded six-week-long workout zones—or levels of difficulty and intensity—to achieve your goal. With more than 60 of the most effective exercises to choose from, you can tailor your routine to the time, energy, and equipment available.
Make every minute in the weight room count. Make Fitness Weight Training your workout guide and achieve your goals for training.
Part I Prepare to Weight Train
Chapter 1 Weight Train to Improve Fitness
Chapter 2 Know Your Equipment and Understand Its Proper Use
Chapter 3 Success Starts Here
Chapter 4 Steps to Starting Your Program
Chapter 5 Weight Train the Correct Way
Chapter 6 Weight Training Exercises
Part II Training by the Color Zones
Chapter 7 Green Zone
Chapter 8 Blue Zone
Chapter 9 Purple Zone
Chapter 10 Yellow Zone
Chapter 11 Orange Zone
Chapter 12 Red Zone
Part III Advanced Weight Training Programs
Chapter 13 Designing Your Own Program
Chapter 14 Combining Weight Training and Aerobic Exercise
Chapter 15 Weight Training to Improve Sport Performance
“If it’s important for you to make the greatest gains from your time in the gym, then this latest edition of Fitness Weight Training is the only training guide you need.”
Dan Wagman, PhD, CSCS-- Publisher and Editor in Chief, Journal of Pure Power (JOPP)
“If you’ve been looking for a customizable program to improve your fitness level and ensure results, then look no further than Fitness Weight Training.”
Stephen Cabral, ND, CSCS-- 2011 Personal Trainer of the Year
“Authored by the leading experts in resistance exercise, Fitness Weight Training, Third Edition, is the consummate resource for implementing a productive strength training program.”
Wayne L. Westcott-- Author, Strength Training Past 50
“Fitness Weight Training does an excellent job of simplifying the complexities of exercise and providing clear instruction on developing a program. I'd recommend this book to anyone who is seeking to start a fitness regimen.”
Brad Schoenfeld, MSc, CSCS, CSPS, FNSCA-- Author, The MAX Muscle Plan
“Fitness Weight Training is an excellent resource for beginners as well as athletes.”
Avery D. Faigenbaum, EdD, CSCS-- Professor, College of New Jersey
“Baechle and Earle are masters at helping people get the most from a fitness program based on scientific principles with practical application.”
Irene Lewis-McCormick, MS, CSCS-- Author, A Woman’s Guide to Muscle and Strength
“The third edition of Fitness Weight Training is my go-to resource for clients and athletes.”
Bob McAtee RMT, CSCS, CPT-- Pro-Active Sports Therapy, Author, Facilitated Stretching
The Pros and Cons of Fitness Facilities and Personal Trainers
Tips for Making Your Workouts Safe and Effective
Six Ways To Simplify Designing A Weight Training Program
Weight Training Program Design Made Simple
Core Exercises, Baechle 3EMuscle Toning 2, Baechle 3E Muscle Toning 3, Baechle 3EMuscle Toning, Baechle 3EMy Program, Baechle 3E
While the book had an example of a workout chart, I was not able to download one, as instructed by my professor.