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Serious strength training

Author: Tudor O Bompa; Lorenzo Cornacchia
Publisher: Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Whether you want to increase strength, gain power, or sculpt the ultimate physique, muscle development and shaping takes dedication, patience, and a solid understanding of training principles.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tudor O Bompa; Lorenzo Cornacchia
ISBN: 0880118342 9780880118347
OCLC Number: 38288739
Description: x, 301 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Planning A Serious Program --
Using Science to Get Results --
Program Design for Maximum Gain --
Microcycles and Weekly Training Goals --
Periodized Workouts --
Phase One: Anatomical Adaptation (AA) --
Phase Two: Hypertrophy (H) --
Phase Three: Mixed Training (M) --
Phase Four: Maximum Strength (MxS) --
Phase Five: Muscle Definition (MD) --
Phase Six: Transition (T) --
Yearly Training Programs --
Sculpting The Ultimate Physioue --
Maximum Stimulation Lifts --
Eating Plans to Get Ripped --
Muscle Recovery Between Workouts --
Drug Free Training (by Mauro DiPasquale, MD).
Responsibility: Tudor Bompa, Lorenzo Cornacchia.


Presents a scientific and challenging method for achieving the ultimate physique. Tudor Bompa - the exercise scientist who pioneered the concept of periodization - and Lorenzo Cornaccia, present a  Read more...
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