by G. C. Schop

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THE RIDDLE OF IRON is one of the great mysteries of exercise but . . . it doesn't have to be! Sometimes it isn't any fun to be a beginner at things, especially when it comes to weightlifting. What works best? Should you make three "easy payments" on a miracle machine to get bigger and stronger? Join a gym? Get a trainer? Who has the right answers? In a world where everyone is offering or selling advice, it really is impossible to find your way, and surfing the internet for lifting tips will only make it more confusing. In this $1 billion dollar fitness industry, who can you trust?

"TRUST YOURSELF!" says former teenage bodybuilder and personal trainer, Greg Schop. And if you're not sure whether to trust him, open up this book and read the table of contents. In these pages you will learn it all from an honest and experienced point of view.

Discover . . .

• How to lift weights in high school and beyond
• The real goal of exercise besides getting bigger and stronger
• How to simplify food dieting
• Exercises and workouts that don't waste your time
• Truths, myths, and paradoxes without confusion
• Your body, mind, and dreams

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157039165
Publisher: The, LLC
Publication date: 09/03/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 136
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Gregory Chester Schop was born and raised in West Bloomfield, Michigan where he attended West Bloomfield High School.

He attended college at Michigan State University on a small, academic scholarship that paid for one semester of books. Between 1992 and 2000, he attended three different Michigan-based universities where he managed to earn two degrees in English, as well as a teaching certificate. Much of his tuition was funded by working as a certified fitness trainer.

Greg has worked as a public and private schoolteacher as well as a community college and university professor. He writes in many different genres and aspires to compose a serious piece of literature during his lifetime.

He currently resides in Michigan with his wife and two children.

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