The Weight Lifting Trainer Store Now Offers Strength Training Books and Weight Lifting Training Charts/Posters

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Weight training and weight training exercises are supplied as a series of 7 anatomical training charts. Each chart is broken down into groups i.e. arms, chest, back, abdominals, legs, Gluteal and shoulders to aid the strength trainer with isolations of the specific muscle group.

Richard Train and the Weight Lifting Training Store ( now offers various weight training books and anatomical weight training charts to aid both men and women in strength conditioning.

Richard Train has been involved with strength training for many years. One major obstacle to safe and effective training has been to locate a book supplier publishing relevant and reliable information for people involved or interested in strength training. The books offered on our website will provide 100% of the information people seek for effective weight training.

In the past few years strength training has become more popular for men and women not only as a strength exercise, but also for conditioning in all major sports activities. Personal involved with sports such as tennis and golf have also come to realize the importance of proper strength training. Proper strength training can lead to a reduction of injuries as the athlete's added strength and better physical conditioning prepares his or her bodies for the rigors of competition.

Aerobic training such as running increases the effectives of the cardiovascular system. Anaerobic conditioning such as strength training is mainly accomplished using free weights or machines. Many books on our website will assist the novice in understanding the proper techniques to accomplish full body strength training.

Strength training and proper technique also becomes more important as we age. One aspect of aging is the loss of lean muscle mass (sarcopenia) which can be stopped or held back by proper strength training. Numerous books on the website are provided for older adults to inform them of training routines as we age.


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