The ultimate passport to fitness -- 640 pages laced with facts and figures for beginners, intermediates and pros. Bodybuilding nutrition -- an in-depth look at how to eat the best, including food preparation, recipes and supplements to diet-induce thermogenesis. The machines, from straps and wraps to bars, benches, other machines and when to use them and not use them. Detailed chapters on every muscle group, from anatomy and training, to the detailed routines of the champs. A gallery of stars showcasing their accomplishments and titles. The most comprehensive guide to building a fitness level and physique, for men and women, available. Truly a bodybuilder's bible written in an easy-to-reference format. Each topic brings forth unparalleled knowledge, which is detailed and complemented by a complete array of lists, charts and over 750 photos.Bent-Over Barbell Rows - Bend over at the waist so that your upper body is almost parallel with the floor. Grab a ... By placing plates on the free end and grabbing the short crossbar, you can perform a variation of the barbell row. Called T-baranbsp;...
|Title||:||Robert Kennedy's Musclemag International Encyclopedia of Bodybuilding|
|Author||:||Gerard Thorne, Phil Embleton|
|Publisher||:||Mississauga, Ont. : Musclemag International - 1997|