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Bodyweight Training (bodyweight strength training anatomy bodyweight scales bodyweight training bodyweight exercises bodyweight workout) - cover

Bodyweight Training (bodyweight strength training anatomy bodyweight scales bodyweight training bodyweight exercises bodyweight workout)

Charlie Mason

Publisher: Tilcan Group Limited

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Summary

Think you need to hit the gym hard-core and work until you're sore to lose weight and improve your fitness and strength levels? Think again. You could do all of that and more, and all you need is your own body weight to do it! 
  
Your body is an incredible machine, stronger and more capable than you know, and it is in this book that you will learn just how to improve and adapt your fitness routines to harness your bodyweight training exercises for improved results. When you have everything that you need right there in front of you (your own body), you owe it to yourself to take control of your fitness and physique and achieve the fitness goals you set for yourself. 
 
Contrary to popular belief, you don't need a lot of heavy equipment, free weights or machines to get the results you're so longing to see. The human body can provide enough resistance on its own to make a change. Power, endurance, speed, flexibility, strength, coordination, balance and a whole host of other biomotor abilities can be built and developed over time by using the power of your own body to do it. 
 
Bodyweight training is growing in popularity. Even professional athletes are tapping into and harnessing the power of callisthenic training and making it a part of their fitness regime.  
 
Pushing, pulling, balancing, bending, twisting and squatting may look like simple bodyweight exercises, but they pack a power punch as you will soon see when you progress through the exercises in this book.   
 
Bodyweight training is the perfect option for those who don't have the time to hit the gym because they can be done anywhere and at any time, often requiring very minimal space to do it. That, combined with the lower risk of injury involved, makes bodyweight training the ideal technique for getting in shape without putting too much strain on the body.  
 
Sometimes, the only difference between success and failure is the existence of a good guide. With clear, step-by-step guidance instructions, this book is the going to be the only manual you will ever need to begin building a stronger, fitter, and better you.   
 
 
 
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