Strength training is extremely important to do correctly. If you’ve ever talked to a gym freak, you’re sure to have heard about ‘form’ and ‘the perfect diet’.
These books approach the training from a woman’s perspective. Meaning that it is perfect for women to use as a template to train! It’s a great hobby to get into, and these books will make sure you do it right.
The Happy Body program is a lifestyle, philosophy, and specific program for renewed health and youthfulness. World-renowned teachers Aniela and Jerzy Gregorek have developed The Happy Body program over decades, emphasizing wisdom and quantifiable results for fitness and weight loss – without frustrating ups and downs or dependence on gyms and trainers with unrealistic claims to “get fit quick”.
When my wife had our first child she wanted to lose weight and tone up, with me being a personal trainer I offered to help her learn how to properly strength train but she wanted a womens perspective. One of my colleagues who happens to be female suggested a book called “Strength training bible for women”.
In Finding Your Sweet Spot, readers will:
- Identify hidden energy imbalance warning signs before it becomes irreversible
- Understand the short- and long-term dangers when organs malfunction due to RED-S
- Correctly leverage the science of energy balancing to reach previously unobtainable potential
- Dismantle misguided information regarding optimal weight measures and discover a better way to determine ideal body composition
- Transform training programs with ground-breaking perspectives on sports nutrition, fueling and energy
- How to seek help before it becomes too late
Principles of Muscle Building Program Design is not just another book on weight training or an off-the-shelf exercise plan to follow.
Most training books lack two critical elements of value to anyone who really wants to educate themselves on how to train effectively, especially women – an explanation of why something works, and equip the reader with the ability to adapt their training programs to suit their very specific and individual needs.
This is where Muscle Building Program Design succeeds where most standard how-to guides fail.
It delves deeper and shares with the reader a unique combination of research, experience and results that goes into an intelligently-designed resistance training program from one of the world’s leading personal trainers.
It goes back to basics in order to give the best possible foundation to learn the art and science of resistance training, get the maximum benefit from your workouts and see tangible results that elude 99% of women who go to the gym.
The book pulls no punches – you will be required to think for yourself, but the reward is gaining the lifelong knowledge and skills to be able to create your own very training programs.
Putting it simply, Lou and Alwyn do a phenomenal job with this one. The first thing they do great is starting to break down all of the BS myths and misconceptions that women have been told, continue to tell each other, and themselves when it comes working out.