Strength Training Exercises for Women

Strength Training Exercises for Women

by Joan Pagano

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781465415806
Publisher: DK
Publication date: 12/23/2013
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 200,061
Product dimensions: 7.60(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Joan Pagano is certified in health and fitness instruction by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). She has worked as a fitness instructor on Manhattan’s Upper East Side since 1988, providing professional guidance and support to people of all levels of fitness. Pagano is a nationally recognized provider of education courses for fitness trainers through IDEA (an organization supporting fitness professionals worldwide), as well as an authority on the benefit of exercise for women’s health issues, such as pregnancy, breast cancer, menopause, and osteoporosis. She is the author of 15-Minute Total Body Workout, 8 Weeks to a Younger Body, and Strength Training for Women.

Table of Contents

Author Foreword 6

Getting started 8

Why lift weights? 10

Your body composition 14

Test your fitness 16

Your training program 18

Muscles and exercise 24

Equipment 26

Posture and alignment 30

Core training and balance 32

Sections of the book 34

Warm up/cool down 36

Focused exercises 52

Lower body program 54

Upper body program 126

Core body program 192

15-minute workouts 242

Step-touch workout 244

Beach ball workout 262

Hop, jig, and jump workout 282

Lunge around the clock workout 298

General programs 318

Notes 324

Resources 326

Index 327

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lifelongreaderSB More than 1 year ago
I love the fact you can select the exercises and also the equipment used. So say you go to a gymn, you can choose exercises for the gymn equipment or use their free weights to plan out your exercises. She explains how to use balls, free weights, toning bands and stabilzing ball along with some that require no equipment at all. Also included are warm ups, cool downs and preplanned workouts. You will not become bored with the workouts because you can change the exercises and the equipment you use. I am older and just love the idea I can plan my own programs and not feel I cannot do an exercise program!