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"Men's Health" Huge in a Hurry : Get Bigger, Stronger, and Leaner in Record Time with the New Science of Strength Training

By (author) Chad Waterbury

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A gym rat himself and one of the world's foremost authorities in the field of muscle-building, with a specialty in neurophysiology, Chad Waterbury has developed novel training methods that run counter to many long-accepted theories and practices. Forget lifting moderate weights slowly for lots of sets and reps. Instead, Waterbury insists that the best way to get huge in a hurry is to use heavy weights and lift them quickly for fewer repetitions. The athletes and lifters he trains and the tens of thousands who read his articles on the online bodybuilding magazine "T-Nation" have been reaping the benefits.And now readers of this book can too. Designed for intermediate to advanced weightlifters, the "Men's Health Huge in a Hurry" program will enable readers to: add mass and size - as much as 10 pounds of muscle; get stronger quickly - realize a 5 percent increase in strength in the first few weeks; build power and stamina - increase their one-rep max in their core lifts by as much as 30 percent; and, lose fat fast - burn off up to 10 pounds of fat, mostly in the first few weeks. The result is a set of groundbreaking workouts that maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of training time for quick and impressive results.

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  • Paperback | 368 pages
  • 212 x 274 x 20mm | 999.98g
  • 05 Jan 2009
  • RODALE PRESS
  • Pennsylvania
  • English
  • 350 colour photographs
  • 1605299340
  • 9781605299341
  • 149,364

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CHAD WATERBURY's novel training methods are used by athletes, bodybuilders, corporate executives, and fitness enthusiasts. Since 2000 he's been writing for the online bodybuilding magazine "T-Nation." He has a master's degree in neurophysiology from the University of Arizona and lives in Santa Monica, California.

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