This Two-Volume set contains Nautilus Training Principles: Bulletins No. 1 & 2. These high intensity training classics by Nautilus inventor Arthur Jones cover every aspect of training from the specifics of exercise performance to the general principles of program design.
Whether you’re a bodybuilder, athlete, or just want to lose fat or improve your general health and fitness, the information you need is covered here.
Body By Science
Body By Science, written by Doug McGuff and John Little, is one of best books for explaining the theory and reasoning behind brief, intense, and infrequent training.
This book is well written, informative, and goes into detail about the science behind the author’s recommendations, as well as detailing exactly what to do and how to do it.
A Practical Approach to Strength Training
Matt Brzycki is a masterful writer with an excellent grasp on the intricate workings of evidence based strength and conditioning protocols.
The new fourth edition is not merely a slightly revised update, but a totally new book which is even more comprehensive than the last edition. Matt, you did what you set out to do, well done!
Maximize Your Training
Maximize Your Training is for fitness enthusiasts who want to gain the knowledge, understanding, and insight necessary to achieve a competitive edge. This book is an important tool for anyone who takes bodybuilding, sports performance, and athletic training seriously.
Maximize Your Training should be on every strength and conditioning coach’s top-10 book list. It is loaded with valuable information on evidence based exercise programs and will assist those interested in how to design, implement, and update comprehensive strength programs for any goal.
The Path of Most Resistance
John Turner’s book is loaded with everything one might need to achieve physical superiority. Mr Turner shares his unique perspectives garnered from years of personal exploration.
Anyone with an interest in exercise history, Arthur Jones, Nautilus equipment, and real training information should pick up a copy of this book ASAP. Read, pay attention, apply what you learn, and most importantly work hard. The results will most likely surprise you!
Heavy Duty catalogs Mike Mentzer’s transformation from a volume-based strength training approach to a brief, intense, and infrequent approach.
Mentzer worked directly with Arthur Jones in preparation for the 1979 Mr. Olympia in which he scored the only perfect 300 in the history of the competition.
The Interval Training Manual
Tom Kelso’s book includes:
132 different interval running workouts 4 levels of difficulty each 14 different running venues
Design your own intervals using enclosed percent speed and recovery time charts.
The Strength Training Workout Encyclopedia
The Strength Training Workout Encyclopedia was inspired by the question every good coach hears thousands of times during his/her career, “Can you design a workout for me?”
Tom went above and beyond and created a tool for both athletes and coaches alike. There are literally thousands of workouts in almost every style you could ever need or want.
Total Fitness In 30 Minutes A Week
Dr. Lawrence Morehouse founded UCLA´s performance laboratory and wrote sections on exercise and physical conditioning for the Encyclopedia Britannica.
He designed NASA’s astronaut fitness program. Most notably, he discovered that a combination of exercises- done for short periods of time daily- can provide all the muscle developing, stretching, aerobic stimulation and cardiovascular conditioning most people need.