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Publisher's Summary

Do you want to get into shape without machines, gym memberships and lengthy workouts? Bodyweight training uses nothing but the optimal movement to build muscle and shed fat, fast.

You’ve been lied to. You’re not unfit because you can’t afford a treadmill. You’re not overweight because, by the time you get home from work, it’s too late to go for a swim. You don’t need any equipment at all to be in perfect shape. With the right movements, your body maintains itself. 

In Bodyweight Training, I show you just how easy it is to switch over from a consumer mindset to one of active freedom. Turn on your mind-body connection. This is the fastest and most natural way to activate your muscle growth, burn calories, and get in the best shape of your life! 

In this step-by-step, book you’ll discover:

  • Real reasons why bodyweight training will stay with you for life.
  • How to get started sculpting your body.
  • The importance of the mind-body connection and how to use it.
  • How to design your ideal bodyweight training program.
  • Practicing calisthenics and executing the hypertrophy program.
  • Details on workouts, supplements and diet.

If you have realized that fitness and health is a key component of happiness, this program can completely reshape what it means to be fit every single day. 

You have the power to use your body in ways that will burn optimum calories and build quality muscle. It’s been in you all along; you just needed the right techniques! Here they are!

Learn the bodyweight training program in this guide. Buy it now and be fit forever!
 

Our audiobook covers the following topics: bodyweight training, bodyweight strength training, bodyweight muscle, bodyweight workout | bodyweight workout, bodyweight exercises, and bodyweight workouts for men.

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Great book.

Now this book adds the Body Weight workouts for the martial artist. But really it has some great new techniques for any ones workouts.

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Focusing Your Mind

This book has been a great tool for helping me understand what my loved one is going through, and ways I can help them on their journey to getting better. It also helps me learn how to cope with the stress within myself dealing with the ups and downs of this mental illness.

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Good reference book.

I really like that and think it has high value to someone who works out at home. And because my needs are somewhat specialized and a bit unique, I prefer reading resources that give a wide range of different options for customizing your individual training goals.

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you really have to be motivated to be able to ...

you really have to be motivated to be able to switch the way your body looks. there is a ton of information out there. the one one think missing is EFFORT on your part.

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..gives idea of well-balanced exercise plan

he book is an excellent visual aid to understand the muscles.
However, it doesn't have some essential information.

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Body weight strength training effectively explaine

The author then covers high intensity strength training as well as high intensity aerobic training which is now the current rage. Diet and weight loss are explained too. And something commonly over looked that this author points out is, that if you are exercising a lot you are going to be more hungry, but if you want to loose weight you are still however going to have to limit your calories!

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Amazing book.

The book ends with charts and valuable information on how to design your own exercise routine.

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I recommend it.

I do the exercises in bundles and some of them are pretty hard core. This is a wonderful tool to add to the work out arsenal.

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Great informative book for the price

My husband's favorite workout book! It's great because you don't need equipment and it shows you how strong your body can potentially be!

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I recommend it.

I like that you don't need a gym or weights to do the exercises. Everything is easy to understand and the pictures are great. I do the exercises in bundles and some of them are pretty hard core. This is a wonderful tool to add to the work out arsenal. I recommend it.

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  • 06-03-20

This is the best.



This book teaches you how to be your own calisthenics chef. The way that Sonny Vale goes into detail on some of the progressions is amazing and the technique detail alone is work the price of admission.

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  • 06-03-20

The details of each exercises is uniquely amazing



The details of each exercises is uniquely amazing. The author see to it that every reader can understand. Plus the explanations are clear. These are the special exercise that done by athletes for decade . This book is designed for beginners who want to do body weight exercises in the proper form . The instructions are very clear and detailed.

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  • 05-25-21

Very very simple and content is quite outdated

Could be okay for a complete beginner but lacks more recent details, context and information.

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  • khalakand Halok
  • 07-24-20

wow..

As a keen weight trainer the last year has been very frustrating for me. While lifting heavy weights I partially tore my biceps tendon in my left arm. This effectively put my training on hold while I tried to let the injury heal. I thought it was all good, started to ease back into weight training and reinjured myself.

I’ve now decided to give away the heavy weights and try something different to keep fit. I’ve been interested in cross training for a while but have never really tried it. I have trained with kettlebells and some bodyweight exercises in the past but nothing as integrated as is described in this book.

The book describes the philosophy behind bodyweight cross training and clearly outlines all the benefits. Coming back from an injury, I especially like how everything is scalable so anybody can participate, regardless of age or fitness level. All the exercises are clearly explained and all have diagrams so you can see exactly how each exercise should be done.

With the 220 WODs, workouts will never be boring. That’s the great thing about cross training: workouts are short, sharp and to the point. And even better, since it’s all bodyweight exercises you can do the workouts virtually anywhere.