- Spiral-bound: 224 pages
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill Contemporary; Spi edition (1 Nov. 2000)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0809297515
- ISBN-13: 978-0809297511
- Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 1.4 x 22.9 cm
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Gold's Gym Workout Journal Spiral-bound – 1 Nov 2000
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Gold's Gym, the world's leading bodybuilding authority, has put together the perfect take-it-to-the-gym training journal. Targeted at the average person interested in weightlifting and working out for health, this handy, spiral-bound book provides convenient daily work sheets for tracking sets and reps as they are completed. Also included are concise sections on general diet and exercise, an introduction to gym equipment and etiquette, and sample workouts at beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels.
About the Author
Cathy Sassin is currently the director of the Intrafitt Performance Nutrition and Exercise Center for Gold's Gym in Venice, California.
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A few years later, I had read almost everything I could get my hands on about proper diet and exercise. I managed to parse through what were fad diets to the basic / real /essential info. During a recent move I found the lost Gold Gym's book. This time I read it. I was amazed. Everything I had learned over the years was contained in this book. Moreover, it stripped down to the essential elements and presented in a very quick and easy way to understand. I should have read it the first time. Most of the book is actually space to keep a food and exercise log. The format is great, and quite helpful.
(FYI: I actually logged on to Amazon to buy another copy of this book b/c I've used all the pages up in mine. When I saw it had such few reviews, I felt compelled to write one.)