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Frédéric Delavier s best-selling Strength Training Anatomy has sold more than 1 million copies worldwide. In his follow-up book, The Strength Training Anatomy Workout, he provided beginners with program guidelines that develop fitness and athletic performance. Now volume II provides serious strength trainers and bodybuilders with the keys to creating lean muscle mass. In The Strength Training Anatomy Workout II, Delavier and coauthor Michael Gundill focus on more elaborate techniques that people with experience in strength training can use to accelerate their progress and build more power and mass. Along with 60 exercises, 19 stretches, and 9 programs, it s loaded with over 1,200 full-color photos and 160 of Delavier s unparalleled illustrations. The book describes in detail some of the advanced methods for jump-starting a workout program, featuring segmented workouts that target specific muscle groups like the chest, biceps, and forearms. As a more advanced resource than the first volume, The Strength Training Anatomy Workout II, describes and analyzes the best exercises for each muscle, including the advantages and disadvantages of each exercise and strategies for accelerating recovery. It also helps hardcore strength training enthusiasts build up their weaker areas and offers instruction for developing a personal program, such as determining weights, repetitions, frequency, and progressions of exercises. Offering all the tools for creating power and lean muscle mass, The Strength Training Anatomy Workout II, is the perfect next step in strength training development.

Biographie de l'auteur

Frédéric Delavier is a gifted artist with an exceptional knowledge of human anatomy. He studied morphology and anatomy for five years at the prestigious École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and studied dissection for three years at the Paris Faculté de Médecine. The former editor in chief of the French magazine PowerMag, Delavier is currently a journalist for the French magazine Le Monde du Muscle and a contributor to several other muscle publications, including Men's Health Germany. He is the author of the best-selling Strength Training Anatomy and Women s Strength Training Anatomy. Delavier won the French powerlifting title in 1988 and makes annual presentations on the sport applications of biomechanics at conferences in Switzerland. His teaching efforts have earned him the Grand Prix de Techniques et de Pédagogie Sportive. Delavier lives in Paris, France.

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A great read, excellent book. I have been using gyms for years and lifting weights for about 2, I found this book very helpful for explaining why I am seeing some muscle areas develop less than others and how to resurrect the problem.
For the price, this book is an extensive and excellent read..
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Comparison of Delavier's books 17 janvier 2014
Par Zach J. Kamla - Publié sur Amazon.com
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None of the reviews thus far have addressed how Strength Training Anatomy and the Strength Training Anatomy Workout books differ, so you might be wondering which one to buy.

Strength Training Anatomy, 3rd Edition, is a reference book--it's got really cool drawings with tips for common techniques at the gym. It's no-nonsense and great for weight-lifters who have a great routine already but want to optimize it, or for the intellectual athlete who wants to gain a greater understanding of muscles in motion.

The Strength Training Anatomy Workout will teach beginners how to start and athletes how to optimize strength for their sport. It goes into breathing techniques while lifting, how many sets and reps one should perform, how often to work out, etc. Delavier and Gundill have lots of drawings, pre-planned routines including those to supplement other sports, and succinct advice to get the most out of every technique. Important to note, it focuses on working out with weights and resistance bands and eschews gym equipment. If you want to work out at home, it's great, if you want to join a gym, you'll need Volume II.

Strength Training Anatomy Workout Volume II will show you how to make the most of the gym if you want some serious strength training. It has many different routines, the low-down on all the equipment you'll find at the gym, great advice on optimizing every technique, and even more drawings to help guide you to excellent technique. This is the book to get if you want to get into body building.

Overall, these books are great. Delavier and Gundill translate their extensive anatomy and weight-lifting knowledge into language anyone can understand and information is succinct so reading's a pleasure. Do they work? I gained 15 lbs in 6 months after having plateaued with my previous, self-made routine.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great way to learn muscle anatomy and exercise form at the same time 1 mars 2016
Par Tom Venuto, author of Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I owned the first edition of Strength Training Anatomy (blue cover) for nearly 15 years and I've been recommending this book to my clients for that long as well. I decided to pick up the new 3rd edition (red cover) to update my library and also to write this review.

This book's concept and contents have been imitated many times, but Delavier's is the original and the best.

In a nutshell, Strength Training Anatomy is a book of expertly drawn illustrations of the human body (over 600) performing weight training exercises. The primary muscles being worked are colored in red and clearly labeled. The bones, muscle fibers and muscular attachments are also beautifully illustrated.

The book is divided into seven sections: Arms, Shoulders, Chest, Back, Legs, Buttocks and Abdomen. No space is wasted with introductions - the book jumps right into arms in the opening pages. A page is devoted to each exercise, and a small amount of text accompanies each illustration, explaining proper form and giving additional tips or precautions. Sidebars show exercise variations, start and finish positions and additional details (such as deep muscle anatomy with the exact muscle tendon insertions on the bone).

The length is 192 pages, so it's not overwhelming - it's very digestible, yet it's also very thorough in terms of the number of exercises covered. All the major and important barbell and dumbbell exercises are included. In addition, you'll learn a variety of cable exercises and a handful of common and useful machine exercises.

I don't think there's any reader from any demographic or experience level that won't benefit from owning this book. It will be appreciated by all ages and by men and women, especially since both male and female models are used in the illustrations. For beginners, this could be a training instruction "bible" for learning how to do the exercises properly and understanding exactly what muscles are working.

Some people might suggest this book is only suited for the beginner, but I think advanced trainees and even fitness professionals will find this book valuable as a reference guide and may even want to keep it on their shelf within arms reach.

This material is not just for bodybuilders, but as a bodybuilder myself, I think there is another potential benefit of this book that I haven't seen anyone else mention. Bodybuilders need to develop the ability to visualize muscle actions and learn how to enhance their mind to muscle connection. Studying the drawings and looking at the muscles engaged, the direction of the fibers and where they insert and attach could be a great tool to help with these mental skills.

As for the 3rd edition, there is new material in this update, including much more content (it's longer, with more exercises). There are also new sections on stretching and avoiding common injuries.

The publisher, Human Kinetics consistently puts out some great titles, and this is among the best of them. The book quality is excellent, including the cover, binding, paper, and again, the illustrations on every page are fantastic. The author is clearly a skilled artist who also has a medical-level understanding of the human body.

Potential readers should know before buying, that this book does not contain workout programs - it focuses solely on individual exercise instruction and exercise anatomy. That doesn't detract from the value in my opinion, it actually helps keeps this volume concise and focused on one thing: strength training exercises and anatomy.

On that note, again, this is not a text-heavy book and while you do get an explanation and illustration of each exercise, you don't get
in-depth written details on biomechanics and muscle actions. You're mainly getting exercise instruction and muscle anatomy lessons.

Also, this IS an anatomy book, so if looking at body parts and human anatomy bothers you, then you might want to take a pass. (All body parts are depicted, in places).

In summary, this book deserves its 5-star ratings, and its sales and longevity in the fitness book market are not surprising.
11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Love the cover 3 novembre 2014
Par susankaartinen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Realy helps body builders and power lifters alike . Love the cover ! Deadlifts are my best lift !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Buy it, it is well worth the cost! 10 mars 2017
Par Far-outdude - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Just got this book in today and I have to say I love it. Not only is the information great but the pages are nice, thick and durable. I bought the spiral bound version so I could lay it open flat as I am working out and see the information without destroying it like the paperback version would be if I did that.

The illustrations are fantastic and even more informative that I had thought when I first ordered the book.

It also not only has weight lifting information but ways of stretching to not get injured. I wish I had had this a month and a half ago, I think I would have been able to avoid the full thickness rotator cuff tear that I now must have surgery on as I found something that I was doing wrong that may have led to this injury reading this just after I got it.

I am not new to weightlifting but I was away from it since the late 1980's until last year and I can say that this book has lots of information in it some of which I knew but most of which I do not know. I look forward to learning from it.

Would I suggest this book? YES ABSOLUTELY
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Comparison of Delavier's books 17 janvier 2014
Par Zach J. Kamla - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
None of the reviews thus far have addressed how Strength Training Anatomy and the Strength Training Anatomy Workout books differ, so you might be wondering which one to buy.

Strength Training Anatomy, 3rd Edition, is a reference book--it's got really cool drawings with tips for common techniques at the gym. It's no-nonsense and great for weight-lifters who have a great routine already but want to optimize it, or for the intellectual athlete who wants to gain a greater understanding of muscles in motion.

The Strength Training Anatomy Workout will teach beginners how to start and athletes how to optimize strength for their sport. It goes into breathing techniques while lifting, how many sets and reps one should perform, how often to work out, etc. Delavier and Gundill have lots of drawings, pre-planned routines including those to supplement other sports, and succinct advice to get the most out of every technique. Important to note, it focuses on working out with weights and resistance bands and eschews gym equipment. If you want to work out at home, it's great, if you want to join a gym, you'll need Volume II.

Strength Training Anatomy Workout Volume II will show you how to make the most of the gym if you want some serious strength training. It has many different routines, the low-down on all the equipment you'll find at the gym, great advice on optimizing every technique, and even more drawings to help guide you to excellent technique. This is the book to get if you want to get into body building.

Overall, these books are great. Delavier and Gundill translate their extensive anatomy and weight-lifting knowledge into language anyone can understand and information is succinct so reading's a pleasure. Do they work? I gained 5 lbs in 3 months after having plateaued with my previous, self-made routine.
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