Weight Training Without Injury: Over 350 Step-by-Step Pictures Including What Not to Do!

WINNER, 2016 International Book Awards for Sports
WINNER, 2016 International Book Awards for Health: Diet & Exercise

The exercise will never hurt you–only improper form causes injury. Master the essentials of proper weight training and be safe while performing the squat, lunge, leg press, lat pulldown, reverse fly, bench press, chest fly, shoulder press, shoulder raise, biceps curl, triceps extension, plank, and more!

With over 350 full-color, step-by-step photos, Weight Training Without Injury’s unique, revolutionary approach teaches right from wrong at every step with meticulous attention to detail.

Stellabotte and Straub’s mission is simple: to enable you to master proper form and prevent injury when lifting weights. This book blends 50 years of experience and success with current scientific research (over 90 peer-reviewed publications are referenced)–all explained simply and organized in a clear format that is easy to follow.

The techniques learned here can be applied to exercises found in any bodybuilding, strength training or resistance training manual or program, making Weight Training Without Injury indispensable for the beginner, the seasoned gym goer, and the professional trainer.

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2 Replies to “Weight Training Without Injury: Over 350 Step-by-Step Pictures Including What Not to Do!”

  1. Comprehensive, picture-filled weight training book/guide I have been weight training for 3 months now. I had a trainer but I could no longer afford the fees. So I searched Amazon and stumbled across this book while searching for a comprehensive weight training book with a lot of pictures. This book does not disappoint!! It contains pictures of proper form and improper form while weight training. I am so impressed with the book and I recommended this book to my 51 year old friend who is also weight training. I am 48 years old and I am more prone to…

  2. Remarkable, Worthwhile and On Target–a Great Self Improvement Book for Weight Training Safely! I was very curious to read this book because I was a weight trainer (free weights) and a Nautilus Instructor years ago. The emphasis at the time was on form. I had really enjoyed that, as it reminded me of the ballet lessons I took as a child. The other thing about weight training which I like is that is isn’t a “sport” where you have to compete against anyone. Basically, you do it to help yourself feel good. This book will show you how you can safely weight train, and do it without…

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