The Men’s Health Big Book of Exercises: Four Weeks to a Leaner, Stronger, More Muscular YOU!

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  1. Tom "gym rat" says:
    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Big Book Equals Complete Book, January 18, 2011
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    This review is from: The Men’s Health Big Book of Exercises: Four Weeks to a Leaner, Stronger, More Muscular YOU! (Paperback)

    If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it wouldn’t be “big”, it would be “complete”. It’s not just a big book of exercises- its that plus a whole lot of other info as well. Here’s some of what I liked the best about it…

    -it devotes a chapter to answering questions we all have about lifting, questions such as “how fast should I lift?” or “how many repetitions should I do?”

    -the exercises are organized by body part, so you get a bunch of ex’s for the chest in Chapter 4, a bunch of exercises for the back in Chapter 5, and so on. Easy to navigate around in this book.

    -included is a section on warm-up exercies- which a lot of people forget about doing. Here you’ll find a lot of stretches.

    -there’s a workout plan towards the end of the book for just about every need you might have. For example, you’ll find a workout plan for the crowded gym, for fat loss- even for vertical jumping. Neat!

    The book ends with a section on cardio, and a section on nutrition. As you can see, while it is a “big” book of exercises (and kinda heavy too), its also a very “complete’ book as well. Those who are interested in getting big arms might also be interested in Smokin’ Hot Guns!!: How an Average Guy Can Get Big, Muscular Arms In One Workout A Week.

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  2. DF "Maldito Patologo" says:
    44 of 56 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Lot’s of good info, December 24, 2009
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    DF “Maldito Patologo” (Dallas, TX) –
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    This review is from: The Men’s Health Big Book of Exercises: Four Weeks to a Leaner, Stronger, More Muscular YOU! (Paperback)

    There are an incredible number of exercises in the book. The quality of the photography is great and represents how to do the different exercises. The exercises are presented with multiple variations and easy suggestions such as changing the type of grip to vary the exercises. The only thing I would have improved on would have been to add a brief explanation of what effect on the muscles being exercised the variations provide. However, that is only a minor flaw in my opinion considering the vast amount of useful information the book provides. The book is an excellent buy.

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  3. David B. Rice says:
    26 of 34 people found the following review helpful:
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    Effective Guide for the Self-Guided Weight Lifter, January 30, 2010
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    David B. Rice (Durham, NC USA) –
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    I have bought a lot of exercise books over the years. The Men’s Health Big Book of Exercises is one of the best. This useful book has a fair amount of general information on diet, fitness, and training for specific sports, but what makes it stand out are its descriptions of individual exercises, photos, and versatility. The main part of the book is broken down by muscle group (chest, quads, hamstrings and glutes, upper and lower back, biceps and triceps, core). Each section has several exercises that use barbells, dumbbells, cables, or body weight, with good descriptions of how to do the exercise and good color photos. I don’t always trust myself to do a lift without instruction from an expert, but every new exercise I have picked up from this book has felt right and targeted the right muscles. I have used the book to fine-tune an existing workout, adding or swapping out individual exercise, but the Big Book is also packed with suggested workouts, including a series of 15-minute workouts for people who are new to lifting or have no time for elaborate workouts. There is also a section devoted to exercises that work several muscle groups at once. I have liked every workout I have tried, and am impressed that the book targets both the gym (with a section on the best way to get a good workout in when the gym is crowded) and the home. I have a bunch of dumbbells, and have focused on the dumbbell and body-weight exercises, but if you have a barbell set or cable machine at home you should find the book helpful, too. I am a runner and cyclist and drift toward the low-weight, quicker workouts, but there seems to be plenty here for the more serious lifter too.

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