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As the International Federation of BodyBuilders (IFBB) worldwide official training log, the second edition of The Weider Weight Training Log enjoys a unique recognition. This training companion is the most complete, up-to-date training tool for effectively monitoring safe, regular, progressive and balanced weight training and aerobic workouts for a full year. The Weider Weight Training Log is the most comprehensive of all training logs.
The Weider Weight Training Log is unique and versatile. It first looks for men and women who introduced fitness and weight training activities in their lifestyle. It is designed to appeal to all levels - beginners, casual and serious fitness enthusiasts.
The book is endorsed by Ben Weider, the International President of the IFBB with 173 countries as members (provisionally recognized by the International Olympic Committee in 1998), and his famous brother, Joe Weider, trainer of champions, and also publisher and editor of successful Weider Publications magazines, such as Muscle and Fitness, Flex, Men’s Fitness and Shape. The book is also recommended by several prestigious organizations, such as the United States Sports Academy, Weider Health and Fitness, Powerhouse Gym International, the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA) and the National Physique Committee (USA).
The Weider Weight Training Log is a training tool with undeniable advantages:
- adapted to all training methods;
- makes it easy to monitor training;
- helps maintain motivation and interest;
- is training and results oriented;
- is a complete analytical tool for fitness/exercise instructors, personal coaches, physical education teachers and strength conditioning coaches;
- and it slips easily into a gym bag!
Based on an innovative concept and on the most significant training data, the training log allows its users to record, plan and analyze all their training sessions and related workouts, and to evaluate their individual progress, which is gauged according to individual needs and goals, while motivation is maintained on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. User friendly, this training companion proves helpful every day of the year. It contains indispensable, year-round information and training tips.
Users can keep a daily record of their sports activities, business appointments, personal commitments and diet in a space equivalent to that available in traditional daily planners, as well as keep track of their weight training sessions and aerobic workouts. Unlike most training logs, but like all daily planners, it offers its users a full year of diary on a one-page-per-day format.
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The first section (14 pages) introduces users to the log. It includes a forward by Joe and Ben Weider, a page on the IFBB, an introduction, instructions, anatomical illustrations (skeleton and muscles), and other basic information which be useful all year long.
The second section (370 pages) contains an undated 52-week logbook and daily planner, summary and evaluation charts for assessing monthly progress, a chart for measuring the major muscle groups and a list for recording supplement intakes.
The third section (19 pages) offers practical tips on various training-related topics such as stretching, injury prevention, nutrition and heart rate during training. It also features traditional day-planner information such as calendars, conversion charts, time zones and an address book.From the Author:
The Weider Weight Training Log (2nd edition) is Daniel Levesque’s fourth book on fitness and training. This latest venture would not have been possible without the invaluable support and collaboration of Ben Weider, with whom he worked from the beginning. The Canadian author from Blainville, Qc, Can, is himself a former world-class athlete in track and field. As a trainer, he is recognized by the International Amateur Athletics Federation (IAAF), Athletics Canada and the Canadian Coaching Association (National Coaching Certification Program). In 1992, he coached a Canadian competitor in track and field for the Barcelona Olympic Games.
After attaining a graduate degree in communications, the author entered the field of public relations, marketing communications and publishing by creating DLC Communication Inc. Since 1994, he has been a sportswriter with the Montreal daily Le Journal de Montreal. In 2002, he co-founded The National Job Fair, an employment and education fair presented twice a year – in Spring and Fall – in the city of Toronto, Can.
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