The Women’s Health Big Book of Exercises: Four Weeks to a Leaner, Sexier, Healthier YOU!

The Women’s Health Big Book of Exercises is the essential workout guide for anyone who wants a better body. As the most comprehensive collection of exercises ever created, this makeover manual is a body-shaping power tool for both beginners and longtime fitness buffs alike. From start to finish, this 480-page makeover manual bulges with hundreds of useful tips, the latest findings in exercise science, and cutting-edge workouts from the world’s top trainers.
Inside The Women’s Health Big Book of Exercises you’ll find 619 exercises all expertly demonstrated with color photographs, with dozens of movements for every muscle in your body, including:

* More than 100 core exercises! You’ll never run out of ways to sculpt your abs.
* 74 biceps, triceps, and forearm exercises: Tone your arms faster than ever before.
* 64 chest exercises, to burn more calories and even help give your bosom a lift.
* 103 back exercises, to make sure you turn heads in your backless dress.
* 40 shoulder exercises, so you can wear a tank top with confidence.
* 99 quadriceps and calves exercises, to help you look great in a pair of shorts.
* 62 glutes and hamstrings exercises, for the perfect backside.

From cover to cover, you’ll quickly see that there’s a training plan for every fitness goal—whether you want to shrink your hip, find your abs, or shape your arms. Highlights include:

* The World’s Greatest 4-Week Diet and Exercise Plan:
Lose 10 pounds of pure fat in 30 days! This scientifically proven plan, based on research from the University of Connecticut, shows what’s truly possible when you combine the right kind of diet with the right kind of exercise. You’ll build muscle and lose fat faster than ever.
* The Get-Your-Body-Back (Fast!) Guide:
If you’ve never even picked up a weight, you’ll want to try this plan from Joe Dowdell, C.S.C.S. Joe makes his living training models, athletes, and celebrities, and has worked with such names as Anne Hathaway, Claire Danes, Molly Sims, and Kate Hudson, as well as Victoria’s Secret and Sports Illustrated swimsuit models. And the strategies he uses when designing workouts for his high-profile clientele are the same ones he employs to help you quickly burn fat, firm up, and improve your overall fitness.
* The Bikini-Ready Workout:
This fitness plan will help you flatten your stomach and tighten your butt. It’s designed by celebrity trainer Valerie Waters, who has perfected the body-shaping workouts you’ll find here on dozens of Hollywood stars, including Jennifer Garner, Rachel Nichols, Kate Beckinsale, and Jessica Biel. Add your name to Valerie’s client list to tone your total body and feel more confident than ever.
* The Skinny Jeans Workout:
Want to look sexier in a pair of Sevens? Try this routine from Women’s Health fitness advisor Rachel Cosgrove, CSCS. In a pilot study at Rachel’s gym, clients who tried the plan dropped two jean sizes in just 8 weeks.
* The Wedding Workout:
Look great—just in time for the big day (and your honeymoon!)
* The Hard-Body Workout:
Use this 12-week plan to tone your legs, arms, and abs faster than ever
* The Lose-the-Last-10-Pounds Workout:
Your guide to finishing off that last bit of flab for good
* The Total-body Arm-shaping Workout:
Blast fat as you shape and firm your arms
* The Best Three-Exercise Workouts:
Shrink your hips with just three simple moves
* The Prenatal Workout:
Stay fit and healthy during your pregnancy
* The Best Workouts for a Crowded Gym:
Sculpt a lean, fit body—no waiting!
* The Time-Saving Couples Workout:
Burn fat together (it’s the secret to better sex!)
* The Best Bodyweight Workouts:
Take your workout anywhere with these no-weight routines
* The 10 Best 15-Minute Workouts:
Bust stress, blast fat, and build muscle in almost no time
Every page of The Women’s Health Big Book of Exercises is filled with the fitness and nutrition tips and tricks you need to sculpt the body you want.

Throughout the book, you’ll discover:

* The secret to burning 40 percent more fat.
* The 18 fitness mistakes you should never make
* The best stretch for every muscle
* The fastest cardio workout of all-time (just 4 minutes!)
* The best exercises you’ve never done
* The 8 healthiest foods you aren’t eating
* The 4 perfect fitness foods
* The 25 super snacks that keep you lean
* The 5 biggest nutrition lies—exposed!
* The truth about saturated fat
* The simple way to master the pushup
* The 20 ways lifting weights helps you look great, stay healthy, and live longer

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  1. 180 of 211 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    cannot read charts in kindle and cannot return, November 8, 2010

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    This review is from: The Women’s Health Big Book of Exercises: Four Weeks to a Leaner, Sexier, Healthier YOU! (Paperback)
    i purchased this item for kindle and much of it is unreadable because it is in charts that you cannot read and cannot change the size of (i have 20/20 vision) Also i just tried to return it in order to buy the print copy and not be out the 14 dollars but it turns out that you cannot return digital content on amazon. Its only 14 dollars but i am really bummed i cant use the book because i cant see any of the recommended exercises—DO NOT BUY THE KINDLE VERSION OF THIS BOOK especially if it is a kindle program on your phone


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  2. 118 of 137 people found the following review helpful
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    Comprehensive & Incredibly Useful, December 29, 2009
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    This review is from: The Women’s Health Big Book of Exercises: Four Weeks to a Leaner, Sexier, Healthier YOU! (Paperback)
    Very comprehensive overview of hundreds of exercises that can be done using gym equipment, home equipment (stability balls, dumbbells, etc.), and/or no equipment. The photos detailing each exercise are in full color and the accompanying explanations are detailed, specific, and easy to follow.

    The book is broken down into chapters dedicated to body parts: Chest, Back, Shoulders, Arms, Quadriceps & Calves, Glutes & Hamstrings, Core, as well as chapters for Total Body and Warmup Exercises. There is also a chapter on how to put various exercises together for specific-goal workouts (e.g. “The Get Your Body Back Workout”, “The Skinny Jeans Workout”, “The Bikini-Ready Workout”, “The Best Sports Workout”, “The Best Three-Exercise Workouts”). In addition, there are chapters dedicated to Nutrition, Cardio Workouts, the importance of Weights, etc.

    All in all, this is an extremely comprehensive book that is not at all about gimmicks or shortcuts but is simply well researched and well presented. It will literally replace several books I’ve bought on this subject in past years. I’m not easily impressed by books on this subject and yet I’m extremely impressed by this compilation. Well done Adam Campbell and contributors!


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  3. 50 of 57 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Definitely “big” but a little misleading…, April 18, 2011

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    I bought this book as I work for group exercise at my campus rec center; I was hoping it would give me some ideas for new moves/exercises for my class routines. It does have lots of exercises… but it’ll spend several pages with the same exercise just adding different equipment/positions: i.e., squats with weights, squats w/o weights, squats in wide stance, squats in mid stance, etc… each that cover the span of two pages and it counts each as a new exercise. It’s great for beginners to sculpting and includes a ton of overview, but not many safety details or progressions (which is essential for any exercises!!!). Likewise, it assumes you have all kinds of equipment: weights, barbell, step/bench, etc., so half the book is useless if you’re trying to do this stuff at home. The workout plans in the back of the book are great, again for beginners, but no one should ever really do some of these things without first having gone to a professional to make sure they’re doing it properly… overall, it wasn’t a waste of a purchase and it’s a well organized book, just underwhelming for the very boastful title!


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