Introduces beginners to power lifting and provides excellent advice on lifting with correct form. Plenty of technical info for novice, intermediate, and advanced weight training.
Information overload is a risk for beginners trying to learn from this book. Alternative lifting methods aren’t always explained clearly.
Presents classic body building concepts in an engaging package that can inspire novice to intermediate lifters to get better gains. Combines workout plans with nutrition guide.
May be too complex for beginning lifters, and too simple for seasoned athletes. Older lifters may want to supplement this book with a wider range of material. A tad too marketing heavy.
Packed with photographs of lifting techniques. Includes chapters on correcting errors in form, strength programming, and flexibility. Helps lifters of all levels exponentially improve their Olympic lifts.
Often too wordy when explaining even simple movements. Geared toward novice and intermediate lifters, less so toward competitive lifters.
A fast read, well-edited, and concise. Includes basic lifting info for beginners and novices just learning power lifting. Engaging, supportive commentary on starting or continuing in the sport.
Somewhat lacking in age-specific instruction for lifters above intermediate skill. Could bulk up its nutrition section. Supplemental lifting texts may be needed by some.
Supplements the author’s volume on anatomy with a guide to workouts with strength and body building in mind. Excellent breakdown of muscle-specific exercises, along with do’s and don’ts.
Lacking in some strength training points that advanced body builders or physical therapists might notice. Dumbbell and bodyweight specific exercises only.
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