The Gold's Gym Guide to Getting Started In Bodybuilding provides newcomers with a sound, systematic approach to realizing their muscular potentials through proper weight lifting. Designed to get beginners motivated and keep them motivated while providing them with a solid foundation on which to build, it:
- Coaches readers in bodybuilding fundamentals, such as proper form and the best numbers of reps and sets
- Describes specialized routines for different muscle groups
- Provides step-by-step instructions and dozens of charts, graphs, and checklists
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About the Author
Ed Housewright is an award-winning reporter for the Dallas Morning News, for which he has covered a wide range of topics, including state and local government, politics, criminal justice, health care, religion, and sports. His work has appeared in newspapers around the country and in Golf Digest magazine. He is the author of Winning Track and Field for Girls.
Established in Venice Beach, California, in 1965--and now located in 500 locations in 23 countries--Gold's Gym is the world's most trusted authority on bodybuilding and strength training. Long known as the Mecca of hardcore bodybuilders, the original Gold's was the setting for the 1976 bodybuilding classic Pumping Iron starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.