Workout Until You're Blue [NOOK Book]

Workout Until You're Blue

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Overview

Workout Until You're Blue
Personal Fitness Trainer’s Encyclopedia
A complete guide in exercise training program development and training techniques for the personal trainer and athlete.

Without proper guidance and training, one can workout until they're blue to get the results they strive for.

Chapters
Exercise Principles and Techniques
• Over and Under Training
• Weights
• Machines
• Sets
• Repetitions
• Routines
• Split Systems
• Circuit Training
• Supersets, Trisets, and Giant Sets
• Two a day Workouts
• Push and Pull System
• Strength Training
• Bodybuilding
• Powerlifting
• Instinctive Training
(All chapters have subsections as shown above)
Exercise Program Development
Fitness Testing
The Chemical Connection
Muscle
Anatomy and Physiology
Skeletal System
Flexibility
Drugs in Sports
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011814747
  • Publisher: NETTFIT
  • Publication date: 10/6/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,180,494
  • File size: 72 KB

Meet the Author

Richard (Rick) Secklin was a competitive bodybuilder in Milwaukee Wisconsin in the early eighties. Rick won the 1982 Mr. Milwaukee, Continental USA 2nd, Central USA 2nd, in 1984 and left the area for New Mexico. There he opened Main St. Muscle, a serious Bodybuilding and Power lifting Club. In 1986 Rick won his first National Competition as the Overall winner of the National Gold’s Classic Bodybuilding Championship. Rick also competed in the 1987 National Mixed Pair placing third.
Rick also was an NPC Bodybuilding contest promoter where he successfully promoted five standing room only open competitions. Rick retired from competing but continued personally training advanced athletes and everyday mom and dads.
Following his father’s footsteps, Ray, the 1952 Mr. Wisconsin, Rick began his quest for fitness in the early 70's as a state gymnastic champion. He then became a marathon runner and ended as a National Bodybuilding Champion. Rick has been a personal fitness trainer since 1985. Rick became a writer, and the developer of NETTFIT fitness training software featured in 1996 Software of the Month.
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