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Delavier's Women's Strength Training Anatomy Workouts has the exercises, programming and advice needed to achieve the results readers want.

Biographie de l'auteur

Frédéric Delavier is a gifted artist with an exceptional knowledge of human anatomy. The former editor in chief of the French magazine PowerMag, he is the author of the best-selling Strength Training Anatomy, Women s Strength Training Anatomy, The Strength Training Anatomy Workout, Delavier's Core Training Anatomy, and Delavier's Stretching Anatomy. Michael Gundill has written 13 books on strength training, sport nutrition, and health, including coauthoring The Strength Training Anatomy Workout and The Strength Training Anatomy Workout II. His books have been translated into multiple languages, and he has written over 500 articles for bodybuilding and fitness magazines worldwide, including Iron Man and Dirty Dieting.

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Très bon livre destinée aux femmes mais pas seulement.

Comme tous les ouvrages des 2 auteurs, Gundill et Delavier, les illustrations sont riches et bien détaillées.

Attention le livre est en anglais.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Strength Training Book for Women 29 mars 2016
Par Andy - Publié sur
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This is by far my favorite strength training book that I have read or that I own. One of the most popular reviews of this book lambasts it for being more or less sexist and condescending. You know, as a woman who does consider herself a feminist, I actually have to respectfully disagree with that assessment. Having read the passages in question, the authors do mention that they can point you to exercises to do if the appearance of wearing high heels without actually having to do it is your goal, or to exercises that would produce a more natural spine alignment. It seemed to me more about giving options based on opinions about aesthetics.

For me, personally, I think feminism shouldn't have to exclude any idea about wanting to be attractive to prospective or current mates. I've been married nearly 13 years, and I'm going to be 40 in less than 2 months, and recently my hubby told me he thought I looked stunning. I'm not going to lie, I loved that, because it matters to me that my mate finds me attractive and at my age, I don't take those kind of compliments for granted anymore. And I believe strength training has a vital role in that. It also helps me to de-stress and maintain my health goals.

And that, if anything, would be my one criticism of this book, but I think it applies to many of the fitness books on the market. I think more of the emphasis should be on health. Looking the best a person can brings confidence, but age will usually remove one by one the things our society values as attractive. But higher levels of physical fitness are great for maintaining health and well being.

Also, other reviewers have noted that this book heavily encourages gym equipment over free weights. This is certainly true, however, it does explain in great detail how to do all of the exercises with free weights if this is your choice, as it is mine. Owing to the personal circumstances of our family, working out at a gym doesn't work for me. Because I recognize that they recommend the gym equipment usually because it comes with a decreased risk of injury for beginners, I wasn't personally bothered by their repeated advice on that, especially since the explanations for the free weights was quite well done.

Overall, I think this is an excellent book for women who are interested in strength training.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Delavier delivers much-needed help specific to women's fitness needs 31 octobre 2014
Par Susanna Hutcheson - Publié sur
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You can always count of Delavier to give you the truth. All women, from young to old, need strength training. Delavier gives you the reasons and the needs for each age group. You can be sure you are not left out. But, the book goes much further. It helps you determine your specific needs. What do you want from a fitness program. How often do you want to work out? All this and more is considered in helping you to develop a unique fitness plan just for you.

Delavier introduces 49 programs for sculpting every region of the body. Featuring 157 exercises targeted to the back, shoulders, abs, buttocks, legs, arms, and chest, Delavier’s Women’s Strength Training Anatomy Workouts includes 140 photos and 290 remarkable anatomical illustrations.



Part I Developing Your Own Training Program
Part II The Exercises
Part III The Programs

In Part 1, you are asked to be specific in outlining your own fitness goals. Some women want simply to be more healthy. Others want endurance. Some want muscle mass and strength. Most want a combination of results. But rest assured, you need special exercises for the different goals. There is no one size fits all like many trainers and books would have you believe.

You are even advised as to the best time to workout. And no, it's not necessarily the morning. But again, it depends on YOU. "Training whenever your muscles are at their strongest is ideal. For most women, this peak performance occurs in the afternoon." But, the author concedes an afternoon workout won't fit in the schedule or desire of some women. "If you can train only in the morning, you body will get used to it and gradually reschedule its peak strength," he writes.

The author addresses women-specific needs like our flabby underarms. Don't we just hate that? But even that area can become attractive and muscular. But, you have to do the right exercises in the right way.

As with all books in this series, you see dramatic anatomical pictures of the muscles worked and to the degree worked. And, of no small importance, you learn how to exercise safely. For example, the deadlift is an incredibly valuable compound exercise. But, done wrong and it's dangerous. You will learn how to do it safely and effectively.

You'll also find out that you should choose an order in which to work the muscles in each session. It's not enough to go through some exercises. They need to be done in the correct order. He shows you the six major body regions. "The main issue is how to combine these body parts to train them in the most efficient manner," he says.

You'll discover how to:

1. Take full advantage of the indirect work.
2. Rate the importance of each muscle according to your goals.
3. Focus on your weak areas.
4. Use the rotation principle.

As you can see, this book is all about you and your own unique needs. If you want to be your best and stay that way, I highly recommend this book.

- Susanna K. Hutcheson
Health & Fitness Researcher
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This book is great for women 16 mai 2015
Par Leland H. - Publié sur
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This book is great for women. He talks about different goals for women and teaches you how to effectively stay on tract with your goals. He also talks about different ways to achieve those goals, giving you options. If one way is not a good match for your body, here's another way. He goes in detail about reps and the different ways to lift. I have the best results ever since reading this book! HIGHLY RECCOMMEND to any woman lifting weights. Very educational and informative.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Love it all women need it !!!! 28 octobre 2016
Par Kat426 - Publié sur
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LOVE IT EVERY Woman needs this shoes correct ways for all ages and body parts to enchance build or slim. And I lost 30 lbs and am now ready for muscle yeahhhh
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very pleased with this book--good info 28 septembre 2016
Par DDF - Publié sur
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Great book for reading and for referencing--I have already used several times since receiving it. Valuable information that helps my workouts.
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