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The Men's Fitness Exercise Bible: 101 Best Workouts to Build Muscle, Burn Fat, and Sculpt Your Best Body Ever! Paperback – December 31, 2013
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“This reminds me of training I did in my early bodybuilding days in Austria. Simple programs like this have always worked and always will. Sean has put together a fantastic collection of workouts.”—Arnold Schwarzenegger, 7-time Mr. Olympia, Governor of California, and terminator
About the Author
Sean Hyson is the Group Training Director for Men’s Fitness and Muscle & Fitness magazines. A Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (C.S.C.S.), he has been writing about exercise and nutrition for more than a decade. He lives in New York City, and can deadlift 500-plus pounds.
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I've only glanced at the other workouts in the book, but they all seem good. The workouts come from top trainers in the industry, so you know you are getting quality advice.
My only complaint about the book would be that the workouts are only loosely organized into programs (basically the introduction for a given workout might mention that it can be done with the preceding workout(s) as a program). I would have liked to have seen an appendix or something that outlined different programs you might follow using the workouts in the book.
One note -- I bought the Kindle version of this book for my Android tablet, and I've found it to be a great choice. Having it on my tablet makes it much easier to use in the gym for reference on a specific exercise, vs. trying to keep a book open to a specific page (typically involving laying a heavy object across the book to keep it open to a given page).