Weight Training for Men: The Ultimate Guide to Muscle Growth and Fat Loss

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Weight Training for Men: The Ultimate Guide to Muscle Growth and Fat Loss

Weight Training for Men: The Ultimate Guide to Muscle Growth and Fat Loss

With 30 years of weight training experience under his belt, Nash Jocic is one of the most experienced and successful weight training experts in the world. With 46 bodybuilding competitions and 17 Gold Titles Nash has proved himself; his training systems and techniques do bring great results. His training advice and methods are second to none, which is why thousands of people from around the world have sought them and benefited immensely.

In his book Weight Training, Nash has revealed

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3 Commentsto Weight Training for Men: The Ultimate Guide to Muscle Growth and Fat Loss

  1. S. Music says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    An eye-opener even for advanced athletes, 21 Jan 2010
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    S. Music (London, UK) –
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    I didn’t expect too much from this book given how much I’ve read about the subject in the past, but the very first few pages proved me wrong and ever so glad I have it! The amount and quality of information and the way they are put together, make this book a page turner, but most importantly a plateau breaker! Yes, just as advanced exercising techniques could help you overcame your physical plateau, this book can generate the motivation that many of us have lost due to work and family obligations, career paths and reasons that are always plentiful in this modern and chaotic age we live in. Best of all, the author is well aware of this, and aims his entire philosophy at fighting the stress and aging through very unusual but eye opening view of the effects that weight training can have on our health! He does this not only by explaining what other top athletes either don’t know or don’t want you to know, but also by taking it from the very beginning, as (as I just find out) once you develop a routine, it can slowly and unnoticeably morph into a bad and damaging form, but you never notice this because you think there is no need to pay attention to the basics since you’ve been exercising for so long… The same goes for your knowledge! Information is not worth much if you don’t know its meaning and importance! Shame I had to wait for so long to discover the true meaning and value of so many things I thought I knew and understood. But not many athletes are capable of expressing or even understanding the underlying processes that led to their achievements! Nash does this good, and the book got me thinking about taking the sport seriously once again!

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  2. The Pedestrian says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Kindle Edition, 27 July 2011
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    The Pedestrian (UK) –

    This review is from: Weight Training for Men: The Ultimate Guide to Muscle Growth and Fat Loss (Kindle Edition)

    This review relates exclusively to the Kindle edition of this book.

    Other reviewers have commented on the paperback book and as far as the content/information in the book is concerned I agree completely – 5 stars, no quibble. However, the Kindle edition is a let down. There’s no active table of contents, the page formatting isn’t great and flicking back and forth within the book to re-check something is difficult and messy (something you need to do with a book of this nature).

    Like so many Kindle books this feels like a successful paperback book has been hastily converted into Kindle format and shoved out to the market without any concern for the usbality of the product.

    Having said all that I’d recommend the content without hesitation and if you’re keen on the subject you will persevere with the limitations of the Kindle edition. Personally, I’m finding this trait where publishers release so called “Kindle editions” which are nothing more than hastily cobbled together e-versions of books extremely annoying.

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  3. Mr. S. Nyarko "Fitpro" says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A must read weight trainging book, 18 Jan 2010
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    Mr. S. Nyarko “Fitpro” (London, England) –
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    This huge 400+ page book as got to be the most comprehensive resource on weight training available.
    Whatever level you are at, be it advanced intermediate or beginner in weight training or you may want to compete in bodybuilding or improve performance in different sports, you will definately benefit from this book.
    Fitness professionals (like mylself)can also gain knowledge.

    Nash has included detailed information and photos on virtually everything you need to know about weight training.

    I am a fitness consultant and have been able to implement some of his theories and strategies not only for myself, but have passed them on to some of my own clients who have seen great results.

    Being in the industry, I have read various different books on weight training. You do often find that some books use too much jargon and become very hard for someone to understand and put into practice. This book does not. Although it is concise and detailed, it is very easily read and understood.

    Simply put, this book is a must read for anyone interested in weight training and when implemented correctly will guarantee results.

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