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Tabata Workout Handbook: Achieve Maximum Fitness With Over 100 High Intensity Interval Training Workout Plans Paperback – June 30, 2015
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ROGER HALL is one of America's leading fitness experts. Roger is an HKC certified kettlebell trainer and has created innovative programs for both men and women designed to maximize efficiency and produce extraordinary results. Roger received his master’s degree in education from the State University of New York at Albany. For more than 8 years, Roger has implemented programs for all fitness levels. Roger owns Catskill Kettlebells, where he teaches the art and science of kettlebell training.
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Some people mistakenly claim the Tabata system only requires 4-minutes of high intensity to benefit from this program; however, this can be misleading. Besides the warm-up and cool down periods, you actually do 16-minutes of high intensity exercises. The program consists of 4 different exercises doing each one for the 8 cycles of 4-16 total minutes. In any case, I purchased this book Tabata Workout Handbook to achieve maximum fitness by Roger Hall for a bargain price on Amazon.
I really liked this book a lot because it provides a wide variety of different kinds of exercises you can use doing the Tabata workout. One of the kinds of exercise which was NOT mentioned in this book which is fantastic for the Tabata type of workout is swimming and other water based exercises. In fact, this is where I do most of my exercises because of medical issues.
If you are seeking a good solid basic text on the many types of exercises you can do in the Tabata system this book is for you. My only complaint is that there are no photos or illustrations showing many of these exercises. Fortunately, I am familiar with most of the exercises in this text. If you are into the HIIT WOD (Workout of the day) programs you may want to check out this book. I use it as a reference source.
Rating: 5 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: Training Alone in Combatives)
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if you want a ready-to-go book for working out, that's the one you need!!!