Sports Illustrated Training With Weights (The sports illustrated library)
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|Number of Pages||:||96 Pages|
The book Sports Illustrated Training With Weights (The sports illustrated library) written by Robert B. Parker consist of 96 pages. It published on 0000-00-00. This book available on paperback format but you can read it online or even download it from our website. Just follow the simple step.
A Customer said great beginner book. I bought this because I got a weight set and bench cheap and wanted to learn how to use it so I could increase my strength and resistance to osteoporosis without killing or injuring myself. The book is very straight forward and has good pictures. The descriptions of some of the moves (or variations on lifts) are, for the most part, simp. Good for beginners A Customer This is a great book for beginning weight lifters and especially fellow women who'd like to begin to lift and might feel uncomfortable asking gym staff for assistance. It has pictures of exercises and the proper way to lift weights as well as specific exercises for shaping certain muscle groups. Small book, but informative and easy to r. Richard Covert said Basic Weight Training. Spencer's* trainer Parker knew what he was doing. This is a basic book on weight training that includes a simple routine to get strong. Not a body sculpting book.* From Wiki—Spenser—his first name is never officially revealed—is a fictional character in a series of detective novels initially by the American mystery wri