The New Rules of Lifting: Six Basic Moves for Maximum Muscle

By | February 15, 2019

Want to get more out of your workout and spend less time in the gym? Many guys devote so many hours to lifting weight yet end up with so little to show for it. In many cases the problem is simple: they aren’t doing exercises based on the movements their bodies were designed to do. Six basic movements – the squat, deadlift, lunge, push, pull and twist – use all of the body’s major muscles. And, more important, they use those muscles in co-ordinated action, the way they were designed to work. The New Rules of Lifting, now in paperback and with more than one hundred photographs, gives you more than a year’s worth of workouts based on these six basic movements. Whether you’re a beginner, an experienced lifter looking for new challenges, or anything in between, you can mix and match the workouts to help you get bigger, stronger and leaner. In addition, the comprehensive nutritional information provided makes The New Rules of Lifting a complete guide to reaching all your goals. If you aren’t using The New Rules of Lifting, you aren’t getting the best possible results.

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Anonymous on 02/15/2019 at 18:00.

Awesome book, but I don’t recommend the Kindle version. I used to lift a lot from 1996 to 2004, and was compulsive about learning absolutely everything I could about doing it right, from proper technique to nutrition and anatomy. I’d probably have looked even better if I’d ever really grasped how important 8 hours or more sleep a day is when you’re trying to add muscle. But, despite all the effort I put into learning so much, I still fell into the trap of doing those exercise routines that you’d see in the lifting magazines like Muscle & Fitness…

Anonymous on 02/15/2019 at 18:20.

A great workout plan! I’ve been using this book for over a year.I started a year ago at about 26% body fat @ 178 pounds and am now at 166 pounds at 12% body fat (Bod pod verified).I’ve actually only completed the break-in and Hypertrophy I program.I started on the Hypertrophy one program and went up to about 196 in a couple of months.I didn’t want to start the next program since I wanted to begin cutting/losing fat so I stayed in the Hypertrophy I program for the next…

Anonymous on 02/15/2019 at 18:44.

Great book for new lifters or those who want to add functional strength. Great book for those who want to add practical strength. If you’re looking to be a body builder I’d recommend you look elsewhere. If you’re a new lifter or don’t want to commit your life to working out but want to see and feel results this book is great for you.Let me start by saying I enjoyed reading this book. The writer is able to keep it light and interesting while giving great information and doesn’t have any gimmicks.The book gives plans that differ for what kind…

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