101 High Intensity Workouts for Fast Results (101 Workouts)

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101 High Intensity Workouts for Fast Results (101 Workouts)

Aimed towards anyone tired of spending countless hours training with weights and doing cardio and without seeing additional gains, 101 High-Intensity Workouts For Fast Results provides a lifetime of workouts that continually increase lean muscle mass and reduce body fat using scientifically proven methods of short, high-intensity bouts of training.


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  1. Michael L. Touna says:
    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Helpful Exercise Book, January 1, 2010
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    Michael L. Touna (Los Angeles, CA United States) –
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    This review is from: 101 High Intensity Workouts for Fast Results (101 Workouts) (Paperback)

    I have a few workout books and this one is a good companion. I love that it offered some new exercises i hadn’t tried before. The charts are easy to understand and follow. What’s very helpful is all the exercises in the book are indexed in the back with full descriptions. They don’t show photos for all the exercises, but it’s easy to comprehend, and I’ve already added some new routines to my workouts. Book is definitely worth the $10 i paid.

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  2. James Papeika says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent summary of a variety of workout options, March 31, 2011
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    If you are looking for one book that has all the answers, you will never find it. If you are looking for a well-organized, basic, concise summary of a variety of training methods without too much scientific theory, this book is worth the money. If terms like EDT, interval training, Tabata, and supersets are new to you, then you will learn something. If your fitness bookshelf is crowded, this book may not teach you anything new. Beginners will also enjoy the exercise section and the nutrition and supplement guides. Beginners will also enjoy the workout variety–working out is certainly more fun if you add some variety. I don’t know if the book actually contains 101 workouts, but it does contain a number of unique routines.

    Even if you don’t follow a specific program exactly (I rarely do), you should find some techniques that you could incorporate into your own routine.

    Personally, I am continually looking for variety to keep my workouts interesting and effective, and I enjoy reading books to learn and to get different viewpoints; therefore, since the price is right, I think this book is worthwhile.

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  3. oldman34 says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Buy, October 26, 2011
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    This book has routines for everyone. 30 minute workout (there are 6 different workouts) section is great for those needing to manage their time but still want a great workout. The whole book is a must read for begginers and experts alike. Use it to get started or break through your plateaus!
    I followed the 20/10 workout and lost one inch from my waist and put on visible muscle mass in just two weeks! Diet and supplement guide is very helpful and a great companion to the workouts. Great buy, as usual Muscle and Fitness has put out a great manual for getting fit.

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