The New High-Intensity Training
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The New High-Intensity Training

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For many dedicated bodybuilders, the weight-lifting theories of Arthur Jones are gospel. It was Jones, the inventor of Nautilus exercise equipment, who first discovered that short, intense workouts could produce better results than the long, high-volume workouts then in vogue. Even though research into Jones's methods has proved them correct, there still are no major HIT books in stores. This new book-by champion bodybuilder, exercise researcher, and best selling author Ellington Darden, Ph.D., who is a Jones disciple and friend-shows lifters how to apply the master's teachings, along with some new HIT concepts to achieve extraordinary results. At the heart of the book is a complete, illustrated, six- month course for explosive growth. Exercise by exercise, workout by workout, the reader is shown precisely what to do, and perhaps even more important, what not to do. Dr. Darden also shows why HIT, when pursued steroid-free, is the best way to safely build muscle. Finally, the exercise religion Arthur Jones founded, and Dr. Darden fine-tuned, has its bible.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 352 pages
  • 210.82 x 274.32 x 20.32mm | 566.99g
  • RODALE PRESS
  • Pennsylvania, United States
  • English
  • 100 b&w photos
  • 1594860009
  • 9781594860003
  • 96,084

About Ellington Darden

Ellington Darden, Ph.D., is the leading disciple of the HIT training methods of Arthur Jones, the inventor of Nautilus exercise equipment. Darden, for 17 years the director of research for Nautilus Sports/Medical Industries, is the author of such enormously popular books on high-intensity workouts as The Nautilus Book, High-Intensity Bodybuilding, and 100 High-Intensity Ways to Build Your Body, along with 40 other fitness books. He currently resides in Windermere, Florida.show more

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