The Women's Health Big Book of Exercises

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The Women s Health Big Book of Exercises The Women s Health Big Book of Exercises is the essential workout guide for anyone who wants a better body As the most comprehensive collection of exercises ever created this makeover manual is a bod

  • Title: The Women's Health Big Book of Exercises
  • Author: Adam Campbell
  • ISBN: 9781605295497
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Women s Health Big Book of Exercises is the essential workout guide for anyone who wants a better body As the most comprehensive collection of exercises ever created, this makeover manual is a body shaping power tool for both beginners and longtime fitness buffs alike From start to finish, this 480 page makeover manual bulges with hundreds of useful tips, the latestThe Women s Health Big Book of Exercises is the essential workout guide for anyone who wants a better body As the most comprehensive collection of exercises ever created, this makeover manual is a body shaping power tool for both beginners and longtime fitness buffs alike From start to finish, this 480 page makeover manual bulges with hundreds of useful tips, the latest findings in exercise science, and cutting edge workouts from the world s top trainers Inside The Women s Health Big Book of Exercises you ll find 619 Exercises All expertly demonstrated with color photographs, with dozens of movements for every muscle in your body, including More than 100 core exercises You ll never run out of ways to sculpt your abs 74 biceps, triceps, and forearm exercises Tone your arms faster than ever before 64 chest exercises, to burn calories and even help give your bosom a lift 103 back exercises, to make sure you turn heads in your backless dress 40 shoulder exercises, so you can wear a tank top with confidence 99 quadriceps and calves exercises, to help you look great in a pair of shorts 62 glutes and hamstrings exercises, for the perfect backside Hundreds of workouts From cover to cover, you ll quickly see that there s a training plan for every fitness goal whether you want to shrink your hip, find your abs, or shape your arms Highlights include The World s Greatest 4 Week Diet and Exercise PlanLose 10 pounds of pure fat in 30 days This scientifically proven plan, based on research from the University of Connecticut, shows what s truly possible when you combine the right kind of diet with the right kind of exercise You ll build muscle and lose fat faster than ever The Get Your Body Back Fast GuideIf you ve never even picked up a weight, you ll want to try this plan from Joe Dowdell, C.S.C.S Joe makes his living training models, athletes, and celebrities, and has worked with such names as Anne Hathaway, Claire Danes, Molly Sims, and Kate Hudson, as well as Victoria s Secret and Sports Illustrated swimsuit models And the strategies he uses when designing workouts for his high profile clientele are the same ones he employs to help you quickly burn fat, firm up, and improve your overall fitness The Bikini Ready WorkoutThis fitness plan will help you flatten your stomach and tighten your butt It s designed by celebrity trainer Valerie Waters, who has perfected the body shaping workouts you ll find here on dozens of Hollywood stars, including Jennifer Garner, Rachel Nichols, Kate Beckinsale, and Jessica Biel Add your name to Valerie s client list to tone your total body and feel confident than ever The Skinny Jeans WorkoutWant to look sexier in a pair of Sevens Try this routine from Women s Health fitness advisor Rachel Cosgrove, CSCS In a pilot study at Rachel s gym, clients who tried the plan dropped two jean sizes in just 8 weeks And The Wedding WorkoutLook great just in time for the big day and your honeymoon The Hard Body Workout Use this 12 week plan to tone your legs, arms, and abs faster than ever The Lose the Last 10 Pounds Workout Your guide to finishing off that last bit of flab for good The Total body Arm shaping WorkoutBlast fat as you shape and firm your arms The Best Three Exercise Workouts Shrink your hips with just three simple moves The Prenatal Workout Stay fit and healthy during your pregnancy The Best Workouts for a Crowded GymSculpt a lean, fit body no waiting The Time Saving Couples WorkoutBurn fat together it s the secret to better sex The Best Bodyweight WorkoutsTake your workout anywhere with these no weight routines The 10 Best 15 Minute WorkoutsBust stress, blast fat, and build muscle in almost no time Plus Every page of The Women s Health Big Book of Exercises is filled with the fitness and nutrition tips and tricks you need to sculpt the body you want.Throughout the book, you ll discover The secret to burning 40 percent fat The 18 fitness mistakes you should never make The best stretch for every muscle The fastest cardio workout of all time just 4 minutes The best exercises you ve never done The 8 healthiest foods you aren t eating The 4 perfect fitness foods The 25 super snacks that keep you lean The 5 biggest nutrition lies exposed The truth about saturated fat The simple way to master the pushup The 20 ways lifting weights helps you look great, stay healthy, and live longer

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    1. Kara on said:

      This book is my fitness bible. I absolutely love it. The exercises are well explained and the pictures are great references as well. I bring it to the gym with me all time and people frequently ask me about it. I used this book in combination with a personal trainer, gym membership and dramatic diet changewell it's actually a lifestyle change and lost 80+ lbs, if I can get into shape, anyone can

    2. Lauren on said:

      A superb resource for fitness - I really liked the way that the book was laid out with categories and various modifications for many different exercises. The authors include several circuit trainings for full-body work, and each exercise is accompanied with a clear modeled photo and short description. Great for the beginner and the seasoned fitness person who wants some new variations.

    3. Maya Tessema on said:

      Incredibly comprehensive and informative book about exercise (and to a lesser extent, nuitrition). It's glossy and full of pictures, but this is no fluff: there are 619 different exercises, most of which are modifications derived from "main moves" that you are expected to master before moving to the alternates. I am currently trying out the "World's Greatest 4 Week Exercise and Diet Program" as an intro to this book, and so far, I am already feeling a difference in week 1! Not to oversell this b [...]

    4. Kathy on said:

      This book has been a great resource for my workouts. I was feeling like I needed some new ideas to refresh my routines. This book has many, many new exercises and so many variations. I am actually excited about working out now. Every exercise had big, full color photos and detailed notes and tips. All the variations also have photos and notes. Each chapter focuses on different muscle groups so you can pick and choose exercises for your workout. But you don't have to put a workout together on you [...]

    5. Jessica on said:

      I'm not a sports person or big into exercise, but I want to get stronger, so I appreciate how this provides not just pictorial explanations of how to do strengthening exercises, but also explains how to modify your workouts to get the results you want (and avoid boredom) along with specific workouts for different fitness levels and interests, from sports training to quick 15-minute workouts to prenatal programs. There are certain things that I think I'd still want a real human to help me with be [...]

    6. adlin on said:

      I love this book! Each exercise is shown with multiple photos and the instructions are very good. All chapters are easy to read and include reasons to weight lift, an FAQ chapter, and nutrition secrets (a really good chapter). The exercises are divided by muscle group and each group is a chapter. In addition, there are defined workouts for everything from "getting your body back" to the "bikini workout" to the "skinny jean workout" and more. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because th [...]

    7. Jenny on said:

      This is the perfect resource for my current exercise wants and needs. I have been a 5-day-a-week cardio girl for years, but have needed a spring to jump off my plateau, a plateau that’s lacking in weights and toning exercises. I’ve wanted a simple routine that I can do at home with basic equipment. I am currently on week three of “The Skinny Jeans Workout” from The Women’s Health Big Book of Exercises. I still do cardio 5 days a week, but have incorporated this workout on three of thos [...]

    8. Ruth on said:

      I think this is a great book. There is a men's version as well if you happen to be a man. The book gives you routines for various goals like getting ready for a wedding or fitting into jeans or whatever. Plus shows you how to do a lot of moves and has nutrition information at the beginning. I would recomment this to anyone getting started on a workout program for the first time. The only thing I'd like added is for routines to do using weight machines. I feel like I always kinda derp around lost [...]

    9. Christine on said:

      Awesome book. I struggled for years to find a book that explained how to do exercises in a way I understood and also described how to tell when I was doing them wrong. This book has just enough detail to help me. In addition to this, I love the concise descriptions of nutrition, the importance of weight lifting, and also muscle structure. None of these short sections required a medicinal background, a need to memorize acronyms, or an A&P to comprehend the material, but they weren't basic eit [...]

    10. Skylar on said:

      An excellent resource chock full of exercises using dumbbells, barbells and some machines. Offers lots of variations as well. Organized fairly well and also includes workout ideas, a section on dynamic stretching/warm ups and cardio drills. My only wish is that each exercise gave more specific information on the exact muscles being targeted. For instance, rear lateral raises are categorized under the BACK section but I would like to know which muscles are actually being worked.

    11. Scottsdale Public Library on said:

      This book was so excellent, I went out and bought it. It is completely illustrated with photos that demonstrate every exercise imaginable; thus making performing these exercises easier. This book focuses on all body parts and what exercises work those parts. Excellent for a beginner and one who is looking to put together an all over exercise routine. --Colleen G.

    12. Becca on said:

      This is a good workout reference for one good reason: it teaches you how to master a move, and then it gives you variations of that move with increasing intensity so that your body never acclimates to the movement. A lot of the exercises are pretty basic if you're a seasoned weight lifter, but it's still great for some fresh ideas on old favs (moves).

    13. Cheryl on said:

      I think this is a must have book for any women who is interested in weight training. It has fantastic pre-fab workouts, as well as an extensive listing of alternatives for the same muscle groups so you can plan your workouts yourself. This book is really great for the beginner and helpful for everyone else. Coupled with my "Fitness Buddy" App this is everything I need for fabulous workouts.

    14. Ashley on said:

      This book is a gold mine. Great weightlifting exercises and their variations for women. I ended up reading it all the way through and trying many of the exercises and routines. Many of the pages of this book will be photocopied for future use!

    15. Lori on said:

      Both seasoned and novice female weight trainers will benefit from this fabulous book. Proper form is clearly explained and displayed. Also, many exercies are offered in different positions, which results in slightly different areas of the same general body area to be worked. This is excellent not only for obvious reasons, but for mixing up what could otherwise turn into a boring routine.Because the book is broken down into major body sections, one can workout every day for about a week without h [...]

    16. Merry on said:

      This book is great for referring to for form and for alternate versions of workout moves. It really is a BIG book of exercises. It has everything you can think of, though it may be under different names than what is mainstream (ie: glute bridges are some sort of hip lift thing, which made it kind of hard to log on fitocracy until I figured out they have a different name.) This book is a reference more than anything, and it is kind of bulky to drag with you to the gym, but it can be done. I'm not [...]

    17. Sarah (Inklings Read) on said:

      A very useful guide!! Provides many alternatives for standard exercises and has a great intro section! Because it provides tips to get the right form, it is perfect for novices. I would imagine it would be a good reference for experienced lifters as well due to the sheer number of exercises available. Definitely worth the money!Update 4/24/12: Pages within this book are unfortunately starting to fall out. Despite this, it will continue to be one of my favorites. I am, however, removing a star fo [...]

    18. Laurel on said:

      As a reference book for exercises, this is an essential book. I would recommend this to anyone who exercises, especially at home. As far as I can tell, it has every exercise anyone currently has thought up. It's pictures and descriptions make performing the exercises easy to understand and perform. It also has complete workouts listed, interesting tidbits of info, and nutrition advice.

    19. Lynne on said:

      The subtitle is more than a bit eye-roll-inducing, but the actual book content is quite useful. Lots of information on how to do various exercises, what muscles they strengthen, how to put them together into actual workouts, pictures to show you proper form, and variations you can do with or without specific equipment.

    20. Brienne E. on said:

      This book was recommended to me by a personal trainer and I love it. Not only does it break down the exercises it has work-outs for each muscle group and at the back complete work-outs created by noted trainers. I pick it up weekly to get ready for the gym.

    21. Jaime on said:

      Thinking of buying this book, bu wondering if it's worth it I subscribe to Women's Health and frequently visit the website. I think all these are available on-line. Is it worth spending the $ on the comprehensive guide?

    22. Janice Wu on said:

      Complete. Clear. Very useful.I got this from the public library and am sad to let it go. Maxing out the renewal time. I want to purchase this book for myself. Makes a great reference. Highly recommended to any female getting into weight lifting or for those who want to mix up their routine.

    23. Michelle Grogan on said:

      Excellent!!! Got a lot of great workout ideas from this book!!!

    24. Marie Still on said:

      The book part reads like an infomercial and is just a bit much for my taste, but the actual exercise chapters are great and super helpful in crafting my workouts

    25. Kate Chernivsky on said:

      Most excellent reference for tons of at home exercises.

    26. CherylMadigan on said:

      This book is a must for women who do weight training and want to see real changes in their bodies. Wish I'd picked this up years ago.

    27. Victoria on said:

      A great reference book, with photos for each exercise as well as instructions and variations. Also has full workout suggestions in the back.

    28. Theresa Clemen on said:

      I still have this one - use it as a great reference piece.

    29. Elizabeth on said:

      This is great resource to ramp up an old work out routine. There are tons of pictures of examples of the exercise.

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