Men’s Health Big Book of Exercises, The

December 17, 2019 - Comment
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Anonymous says:

Exactly what it claims in the title! This book is an excellent compendium of exercises….300 pages of general exercises for all the different muscle groups, plus a small section on ‘Total Body’ exercises, 60+ pages of ‘Fat Loss’ exercises, 20 pages of ‘Warm-up’ exercises, 70+ pages of workouts, finishing with a short chapter on nutritionThe only reason I didn’t give it 5 stars is the lack of explanation or justification for many of the variations. A brief comment along the lines of…’this variation particularly…

Anonymous says:

It’s OK but a bit pricey for what it is. There are better books on the subject out there but as a general reference guide this comes in as nearly perfect. The book talks about nutrition without actually talking about nutrition – just lots of rambling around the subject and no real specifics (my own general knowledge is better).Not a book for a serious builder or athlete but for the common “got to get myself fitter” type this book will suffice adequately. Clear pictures and descriptions with regressions and advance moves…

Anonymous says:

It’s simple and it works! The book starts by explaining the basics and functionalities of different muscles – very informative. I found that this helped me understand my targets better as well as give me a sense of control over my workout.The illustrated exercises are very clear and simple to understand. When there’s been an exercise I was not too sure about in the gym, I just asked a gym coach to explain it to me.I found the best feature of the book is towards the end where several workout…

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