Resistance Training Instruction: Upper Body

Resistance Training Instruction: Upper Body

By: Everett Aaberg (author)Audio Book

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Description

This title begins with an examination of how the shoulder girdle is designed to function during upper body exercise. The DVD then demonstrates exercises that focus on the larger pushing and pulling movements. Pushing and pressing exercises that target the chest, anterior deltoid and associated triceps are presented at several angles with numerous variations. Dumbbell presses, barbell presses, cable presses, machine presses, Swiss ball even presses and push-offs are demonstrated on this DVD. Many types of pulling and rowing exercises and variations are also demonstrated and are grouped according to their associated joint movement.

About Author

Everett Aaberg has been both a teacher and practitioner of resistance training for more than 20 years. Considered one of the top professional trainers in the United States and a biomechanics expert, Aaberg is currently the director of fitness services and co-owner of the TELOS Fitness Center in Dallas, Texas. He is a highly sought-after international presenter and consultant, providing continuing education services for several fitness organisations and health clubs around the United States He also serves as an instructor for the Cooper Institute, where his books are used for two of their most popular courses

Contents

Chapter 1. Seven Elements of Exercise Technique; Chapter 2. Trainer Responsibilities; Chapter 3. Shoulder Exercises; Chapter 4. Chest and Front Delt Pushing Exercises; Chapter 5. Pulling Exercises; Chapter 6. Arm Exercises.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780736070140
  • Format: Audio Book
  • running time: 55
  • ID: 9780736070140
  • weight: 113
  • ISBN10: 0736070141

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