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Calisthenics: Complete Guide for Bodyweight Exercise

Build Your Dream Body in 30 Minutes
Narrated by: Timothy Owen
Length: 51 mins
Categories: Health & Fitness, Workouts
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Publisher's Summary

Greetings, my name is Arnold Yates and I am a doctor and a bodybuilder. I have a PhD in exercise physiology. The reason I created this book is because I don't want people to go through what I went through. Decades of learning, trial, and error is compressed into this book. My goal is to spread valuable information to the mass media so that people can improve their health and wellness. Get this book to cut your learning curve and get the body you want in a shorter amount of time.

Are you looking to lose fat and build muscle to create a lean, toned body? If so, a calisthenics workout is right for you.

This book will show you how to build strength, muscle, athleticism, and astounding physical ability using only your bodyweight as the resistance. No equipment needed. This book is the most comprehensive and detailed bodyweight exercise manual on the market today.

Some of the content includes:

  • Calisthenic exercises (upper body, lower body, core)
  • Flexibility
  • Supplementation

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umm.. thats it?

gives calisthenics moves tells you eat supplements, ok bye guys. what the heck?? assuming im new to calisthenics, how do i know which to use and when to stop etc...? wheres the technical side so you dont screw up and waste your time?? ....... im very disappointed.

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