Weight Training Workouts that Work, Vol. 2

Weight Training Workouts that Work, Vol. 2

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by James Orvis
     
 
With the great success of the first Weight Training Workouts that Work comes the highly anticipated Volume II.
"Weight training is an essential part to be fit and healthy" Orvis explains, "and it should be easy to do, quick, fun and with super results!"
"Volume II is a 12 week program that I have researched and perfected with clients over the past 10 years.

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With the great success of the first Weight Training Workouts that Work comes the highly anticipated Volume II.
"Weight training is an essential part to be fit and healthy" Orvis explains, "and it should be easy to do, quick, fun and with super results!"
"Volume II is a 12 week program that I have researched and perfected with clients over the past 10 years. You will gain strength, build lean muscle tissue and lose unwanted weight. You can do all this in 30 minutes to a 2 hours per week!" he says.
This is a "how to" book. Take it to your workouts. First Part: Follow the workouts and keep track of your progress. Second Part: The best weight training exercises. Three detailed photos of each exercise and simple bullet point instructions for easy reference.
If you are new to weight training or have not worked out recently, it is highly recommended that you start with the first Weight Training Workouts that Work and then proceed to Volume II.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012388308
Publisher:
Ideal Publishing
Publication date:
04/16/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
15 MB
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Weight Training Workouts that Work, Vol. 2 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
XLin1967 More than 1 year ago
I've been using volume I and II for many years now. As a matter of fact this is about the fourth time that I have purchased this book. Each time I let someone borrow either volume I or II the books never come back. This is why I need to pick it up again. But this time purchasing volume II for my Nook (volume I is not a Nook book yet) , I was disappointed that it seems like a poorly scanned copy of the book. I am unable to adjust the font and the overall viewing quality is not that good. Even more disappointing is that this excellent weight training program wasn't totally adapted to utilize the advantages of being on Nook. Why not totally redo the book so that it is more interactive? This is just screaming for a Nook app so that I can take it to the gym and enter in my workout data as I finish each set. Then it would be great to upload to my computer to track my workouts. Would highly recommend either vol. I or II (make it easy buy both!) in softcover but at this time I don't recommend the Nook version.