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by David Manners

  • ISBN: 0911360468
  • Author: David Manners
  • ePub ver: 1829 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sentinel; Revised edition (1972)
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epub Here's power for you: Complete body-building courses: special instruction for boys and adults, for the overweight and underweight, calisthenics, how to exercise with bar-bells, dumb-bells, and pulleys download

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Here's Power for You book. Here's Power for You (Sentinel books). Corrective excercises with special instruction for children and adults, for the underweight and overweight.

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Are you sure you want to remove Here's power for you from your list? Here's power for you. complete body-building courses, special instruction for boys and adults, for the overweight and underweight, calisthenics, how to exercise with bar-bells, dumb-bells, and pulleys. Revised ed. by David Manners.

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Here's power for you. David Manners. Here's power for you. Close. Here's power for you: complete body-building courses, special instruction for boys and adults, for the overweight and underweight, calisthenics, how to exercise with bar-bells, dumb-bells, and pulleys. in English - Revised ed. Libraries near you: WorldCat. May 1975, Simon & Schuster.

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Unless you are a professional or high-level amateur athlete, a slight overweight may even be advisable. The current tables and guidelibes are actually planned for athletes, them marginally corrected for common people. Yet, like all mammals (more or less) we evolved to use fat storage as a way to save calories for the lean winter months. This means that in a sense we are wired to have some fat on our bodies.

Comments (2)

Fog
I trained with Mr. Manners for many years as a child, so did both my brothers. He was an incredible man. His lessons have been passed on to my own sons.
Dianazius
This is my favorite book on weightlifting.
My first copy was the 1959 paperback edition and I think it is still among the best, if not THE best.
The author, David Manners, ran his own gym in New York, back in the 1950’s, when the book was first published. His writing is clear and concise and he offers sensible, practical advice for the novice exerciser.
But, to be clear, this is not a book for Competitive Bodybuilders. It’s a beginner’s guide that offers 4 different programs, Calisthenics, Dumb Bells, Bar Bells and Pulleys. I went through all 4 programs back in the early 70’s and I found them all very useful.
The author advocates a well-proportioned (based on build, body type, etc.) and well-balanced (upper and lower body) overall look, aided by proper nutrition and rest. He says balance and proportion are much more desirable than size and “the tape measure” and I agree.
As far as I can tell, the last edition was published 40 years ago (1977) and that’s too bad.

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