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Weight Lifting with Heavy Objects - Volume 1 - Wooden Barrels By Jerome Blanes
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Are machines and weights at the gym not available or simply not enough for you? Then exercising with heavy objects is the solution. It is so much more fun and often the only way for people who live... More > rural and far from gyms. Surrounded by heavy objects you probably haven’t recognized as weights before, you have a great opportunity to start lifting and shifting and build strength. In this series of books we look at objects that are easily obtainable and probably just lying around in your garage or garden: Wooden barrels, metal barrels, car tires, buckets, petrol cans, etc. For more information on lifting heavy objects: www.heavyobjects.blogspot.com www.barrellifting.blogspot.com< Less
Strength Visions 2013 By Kat Ricker
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If you love strength training, this is for you - a large, high-quality, 13-month wall calendar featuring powerful images from power gyms and events from 2012, including the Arnold Strongman Classic,... More > the U.S. Olympic Team Women’s Weightlifting Trials, various Olympic-style weightlifting competitions, and finally, the humble but hardcore garage gym. Hang this in your gym for motivation or in your office for escape during the other 22 hours of the day. Grids provide plenty of space to record appointments, birthdays or training notes, while the images will inspire you every day of the year. Created by weightlifter and photographer "The Mighty Kat" Ricker. www.MightyKat.org "Outstanding work of art. The photos used are great.. I hope all those who train with weights appreciate... this special calendar." - Tommy Kono, World Champion "It's beautiful and fantastic. You have a great eye for capturing the essence of strength and power." - Jim Schmitz, USA Weightlifting< Less
Spin Classes Benefits and Guide By Bill Stonehem
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The sport of Indoor Cycling, or Spinning as it is now more frequently referred to, is a high-intensity organized cycling regime, structured to focus primarily in endurance, strength and interval... More > training. The sport began in the early 1980’s with the desire to enjoy the zeal of cycling despite poor weather conditions. After Johnny Goldberg, endurance cyclist and marathon athlete managed to successfully replicate the sport from his garage, he decided to take it public. Goldberg later opened his first indoor cycling center in the Santa Fe region of Los Angeles, California. The aim was to provide fitness enthusiasts and those seeking healthy weight loss routines with choreographed group cycling workout sessions. By the mid 1990’s, Goldberg and his business partner not only created bikes specifically built for spinning but had then placed in gyms and fitness studios all over the state.< Less