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Ellington Darden, Ph.D., is the leading disciple of the HIT training methods of Arthur Jones, the inventor of Nautilus exercise equipment. Darden, for 17 years the director of research for Nautilus Sports/Medical Industries, is the author of such enormously popular books on high-intensity workouts as The Nautilus Book, High-Intensity Bodybuilding, and 100 High-Intensity Ways to Build Your Body, along with 40 other fitness books. He currently resides in Windermere, Florida.
After reading past the history between the author and Arthur Jones, founder of Nautilus and HIT, and getting into the training regimens of the program I found nothing that would... Read morePublished 4 months ago by mortalmike
I read the book quickly and started to apply its' principles and already seeing results. The first beginner session was brutal but it's great! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Salihin
really outdated now IMO can help a beginner though but if you are a bit advanced research has moved on since !Published 6 months ago by Boustourre aguy-claude
I use these principles in all my workouts. The only thing I am adding is High Intensity Interval Training to supplement the endurance portion of my workout.Published 12 months ago by Kim Michael
Great book, haven't finished reading it yet, but definitely breaks down the do's and don'ts of working out and even gives you exercises at the end of the book to implement into... Read morePublished 13 months ago by michael acosta