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Men's Fitness Build Big Arms [Perfect Paperback]

Joe Warner
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

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27 Sep 2013
If you want to build bigger and stronger arms in just eight weeks, this book is for you. It contains an eight-week training programme designed to build bigger biceps and thicker triceps, to give you sleeve-filling arms. Each of the 24 training sessions, which are clearly demonstrated with pictures and form guides, will also add new muscle mass across your torso while targeting stubborn body fat to give you a strong, lean, V-shaped torso. The book also contains everything you need to know about what to eat and when to fuel your muscle-building, fat-burning mission, as well as the supplements that can help you make bigger gains faster.

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  • Perfect Paperback: 148 pages
  • Publisher: Dennis Publishing (27 Sep 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1781061572
  • ISBN-13: 978-1781061572
  • Product Dimensions: 23 x 18.8 x 1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 69,520 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Joe Warner is a journalist and author, specialising in health, fitness and men's lifestyle.

He is best known as the co-author of 12 Week Body Plan, the Amazon.co.uk best-selling book on building a cover model physique.

He has written many other health and fitness books, including 7 Rules of Building Muscle, Total Training Guide, and Building A Cover Model Body. His work has been translated into multiple languages and syndicated in Asia, Australia, Germany, South Africa, Sweden and the US.

He is the former deputy editor of Men's Fitness magazine and appeared on the cover of the September 2012 issue following his 12 Week Body Plan cover model challenge.

As one of the UK's leading experts on health and fitness, he has been interviewed on BBC Radio Five Live, BBC Radio Four, and BBC 6Music, and has featured in the Daily Mail, the Daily Mirror, the New York Daily News and Yahoo.com.

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2.0 out of 5 stars Watch out!!! 17 May 2014
By Sam
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The reason I gave 2 star is that, on page 124, under the heading "Why isn't steady state cardio best for fat loss?, the authors has mentioned that slow cardio leads to increase the levels of stress hormone "Cortisol" which leads to deposition of belly fat. It is only possible if you have a Cortisole secreting tumor or you are injecting/eating Cortisole/steroids. Many peope rely on steady state cardio as their only exercise. It is not fair to say that it deposit belly fat.

Cortisole is not the only stress hormone. The role of Cortisole is opposite to insulin, in the sense that insulin promotes entry of glucose in to the cells thus lowering the blood glucose level and Cortisole actually inceases the blood glucose level via "Gluconeogenesis" meaning formation of glucose from non carbohydrate source like fatty acids, glucogenic amino acids, pyruvate and lactate. Meaning you will loose fat during this kind of stress/exercise. The exercising muscles are permeable to glucose and no career(insulin) is required at that moment. Lets say you just finished working out so what is going to happen to the glucose in you blood stream? It will be taken up but the liver to form glycogen and will be stored to be supplied during starvation/stress to maintain blood glucose level. It is not the cortisole or steady state cardio to blame. You wanna loose weight then your calorie intake should be lowered than what you spend and steady state cardio or any other exercise will help with that. Ensure right nutrition with that.

I am a Neurosurgeon and I have read this book end to end. I went back to my physiology books and also searched online as well and therefore decided that it is important that this nonsense should be highlighted that steady state cardio leads to belly fat deposition.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good Book 15 Nov 2013
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Bought this for mu husband for his 77th birthday (he is a body builder even at his age) and he absolutely loves it. The improvement since following the programme has been amazing.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome 19 Jan 2014
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Simple and easy to follow, well illustrated, and there was no guessing involved. Would recommended to any one I know.
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