Encyclopedia of Muscle & Strength

Encyclopedia of Muscle & Strength

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by Jim Stoppani
     
 
Finally, a research-based book that covers all facets of optimizing the development of muscle and strength. Encyclopedia of Muscle & Strength is a comprehensive training guide and reference that provides

  • definitions of key terms and concepts,
  • evaluations of equipment options-including the top innovations,
  • explanations of the role and

Overview

Finally, a research-based book that covers all facets of optimizing the development of muscle and strength. Encyclopedia of Muscle & Strength is a comprehensive training guide and reference that provides

  • definitions of key terms and concepts,
  • evaluations of equipment options-including the top innovations,
  • explanations of the role and importance of each muscle group,
  • presentations of the best exercises for adding strength and mass, and
  • descriptions and examples of many types of workouts and programs and their effects.

Choose from 255 exercises presented for 11 different muscle groups and the whole body. Proper technique for each exercise is tailored to the type of resistance used, be it free weights, weight machines, or body weight. Plus, each training program is rated according to workout duration, the projected timeframe for achieving measurable results, level of difficulty, and overall effectiveness.

Muscle & Fitness senior science editor Jim Stoppani covers each topic in detail. His clear advice will help you conquer any problem or plateau you encounter. So build your knowledge base to build a better body. Encyclopedia of Muscle & Strength is the ultimate resource for pinpointing and achieving the results you're seeking.

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Kirkus Reports Health & Fitness
Readers will appreciate the combination of plain facts and expert advice. Anyone looking to build muscle mass will appreciate this thorough, no-nonsense guide to proper strength-training technique.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780736092586
Publisher:
Human Kinetics Publishers
Publication date:
06/02/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
28 MB
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"Readers will appreciate the combination of plain facts and expert advice. Anyone looking to build muscle mass will appreciate this thorough, no-nonsense guide to proper strength-training technique."

Kirkus Reports – Health & Fitness
March, 2006

Meet the Author

Jim Stoppani, PhD, served as a postdoctoral research fellow in the prestigious John B. Pierce Laboratory and department of cellular and molecular physiology at Yale University School of Medicine, where he investigated the effects of exercise and diet on gene regulation in skeletal muscle. Stoppani was awarded the Gatorade Beginning Investigator in Exercise Science Award in 2002.

Currently, Stoppani serves as senior science editor for Muscle & Fitness and Flex magazines at Weider Publications in Woodland Hills, California. He is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), and International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN). Stoppani received his doctorate in exercise physiology from the University of Connecticut in 2000.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent with Science of strength training from beginner to advanced.