Serial No.:- 57
|Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy|
Book:- Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy
Author:- Bret Contreras
Publisher:- Human Kinetics (T)
Published on:- 1 January 2013 (1st edition)
No. of Pages:- 224
My after reading review (November 11, 2020):- Bodyweight exercise is probably the most common strength training exercise in the world. Resistance training using your own body weight is called bodyweight exercise. Some most common bodyweight exercises are push up, chin up, dip, sit up, squat etc. These types of exercises are not new to me. I have been doing bodyweight workouts for almost 15 years. But still there are so many different types of variations of different exercises. There are so many different types of exercises I need to know. That’s why I bought this book and read it.
As I expected I learned so many different types of new exercises from this book. Though the book is not complete. There are several exercises I do regularly that are not included in the book. However the book is full of useful and effective exercises. All over it is a great bodyweight exercise book for everyone from athletes to bodybuilders, for general fitness purpose users to fat loss etc. it doesn't matter if you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced user, the book fits the needs of everyone. The book covers whole body parts to workout - arms, neck and shoulder, chest, core, back, thighs, glutes and calves with full illustrations.
The best thing I like about bodyweight is That you don’t need to buy expensive gym equipment or don’t need to go to the gym to workout. You can workout at home with almost on equipment or using some household furniture. This book explains every exercise very effectively. So not doing workout and not being physically fit is just another unnecessary excuse in the case of bodyweight. So, stay fit, stay healthy.
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