Strength Training Anatomy by Frederic Delavier

Author: Frederic Delavier
Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers (January 2006)

When it comes to working out and trying to get in shape, it is tough to go at it alone, and that is why “Strength Training Anatomy” by Frederic Delavier has become such as popular book. While there are a number of popular strength training books and fitness plans on the market, Delavier has sold over 450,000 copies of this muscle training guide, and for good reason.

Dig Deeper into Fitness

Within the book, Delavier does not just tackle weight lifting and exercises, but also delves down deeper into the physiology of bodybuilding and building up muscle mass. The entire book is a fundamental guide that will allow you to understand which exercises work which group of muscles, and why. If you are dealing with injuries, you can find information that will help you either work around them, or strengthen and rehabilitate yourself faster.

What Makes “Strength Training Anatomy” so Relevant?

“Strength Training Anatomy” is quite neatly divided and separated into a number of different sections. This allows the reader to easily access the information they need while skimming past areas that are not of their present concern. Frederic Delavier has laid it out nicely; all you have to do is flip to the section you are looking for, and you will find detailed pictures and advice on working certain parts of the body. This is one of the main reasons why the book is such a great reference point to have laying around your house or at the gym.

Use “Strength Training Anatomy” whenever you can when starting or engaging in a fitness program.


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