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The Total Dumbbell Workout - Trade Secrets of a Personal Trainer - cover

The Total Dumbbell Workout - Trade Secrets of a Personal Trainer

Steve Barrett

Publisher: A&C Black

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The ultimate 'one stop' guide to training with dumbbells. Practical and  easily accessible, The Total Dumbbell   Workout is perfect for the fitness enthusiast or fitness  professional who wants to lightly improve their knowledge and heavily  improve the range of exercises they can use in their training. Tried and  tested exercises are accompanied by clear photos and illustrations  presented in a modern and logical way. 
 
The Total Dumbbell Workout is brimming with ideas for  using this bestselling piece of fitness equipment not just in the gym  but at home too. Packed with clear and easy to use exercises, this  how-to reference book also provides adaptations of basic and advanced  exercises making it ideal for anyone who wants to get the most out of  their fitness gear. 
 
- Each exercise idea is organised by fitness  level and includes follow-up and extension ideas.  
 
 - Written in a  jargon-free and concise style, this book is light on the science and  background, heavy on practicality.

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