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Strength Training For Women

Author: Incledon L
Category: Strength Training
Audience: Consumer
Length: 221 pages
Publisher: Human Kinetics
  Year Published: 2005
List Price: $19.95® Rating: Good

Strength Training For Women provides detailed information on specific weight-training exercises and routines for women.

Recommended for: all women, regardless of whether they play competitive sports or not.


Lori Incledon has been involved in physical therapy and personal training for more than 10 years. She holds a BS in public relations and an AS as a physical therapy assistant. She has been licensed by the states of Arizona and Florida as a physical therapy assistant. She holds certifications from NATA and NSCA. Presently, she is a VP at Human Performance Specialists in Phoenix, Arizona.


The 221-page book is organized as follows:

PART I: Designing Women

  • Chapter 1: Becoming Fashionably Strong
  • Chapter 2: Building A Better Body
  • Chapter 3: Muscling Up Your Metabolism

PART II: Results-Oriented Training

  • Chapter 4: Training For Specific Results
  • Chapter 5: Gaining Superwoman Strength
  • Chapter 6: Fueling Your Strength
  • Chapter 7: Designing Your Program

PART III: Movements and Muscles

  • Chapter 8: Strengthening Your Core
  • Chapter 9: Pressing and Pulling For Power
  • Chapter 10: Arming Your Biceps and Triceps
  • Chapter 11: Developing Lean, Athletic Legs
  • Chapter 12: Deadlifting For Whole-Body Strength
  • Chapter 13: Quenching Your Competitive Fire


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