Warrior Cardio

Warrior Cardio : The Revolutionary Metabolic Training System for Burning Fat, Building Muscle, and Getting Fit

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In "Warrior Cardio", world-renowned fitness expert Martin Rooney delivers the solution for what most people at the gym are seeking: an easy-to-follow workout and diet plan that burns fat and builds muscle in less time. This is a comprehensive look at cardiovascular training using scientifically proven techniques, paired with a diet plan that delivers. The book features: a complete twelve-week fitness and diet program; hundreds of metabolic exercises, with full color photos for each exercise; dozens of exciting workout routines including hurricanes, complexes, bodyweight and strength circuits; advanced warm-up and pre-hab techniques to prevent injury; and, a Warrior Diet plan from nutrition expert John Berardi, Ph.D. based around the Warrior 20: a group of the 20 essential foods that will help readers lose weight and gain muscle. Surprising research on the science behind cardiovascular fitness and training techniques, ultimately, "Warrior Cardio" offers a cutting-edge fitness program and diet program made simple that will allow anyone to bring out the Warrior within. If you want to be a better athlete, or just train and look like one, "Warrior Cardio" has what you need.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 416 pages
  • 216 x 274 x 24mm | 1,359.98g
  • HarperCollins Publishers Inc
  • William Morrow Paperbacks
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Full-Colour Illustrations throughout
  • 0062074288
  • 9780062074287
  • 70,514

About Martin Rooney

Internationally recognized fitness and martial arts expert Martin Rooney is the creator of the Training for Warriors System and the COO of the Parisi Speed School. More than 500,000 athletes have taken part in his programs, and he has prepared hundreds of athletes for the UFC, NFL, NBA, MLB, WNBA, Major Division I colleges, and the Olympics.show more