Morning Strength Workouts
BookA strength training routine to fit every morning schedule! You know that exercising in the morning is the best way to exercise regularly, manage weight, and provide a strong start to your day. Morning Strength Workouts describes how to maximize the benefits of your early-day exercises no matter what your energy level is or how much time you have to spare.
Morning Strength Workouts provides 20-, 30-, 45-, and 60-minute workouts designed for endurance, size, strength, power, and general fitness so that you can choose the right workout based on your fitness goals and available time. Whether you’re using free weights or machines, exercising at the gym or at home, this book allows you to customize workouts to achieve your individual strength goals. And, with information on nutrition, injury prevention, and program design, you can be assured that every morning session will be productive. With Morning Strength Workouts, you will never tire of your morning routine again.
Morning Strength Workouts is part of the Morning Workout series, books designed to help you get in tune with both mind and body, stay motivated, and improve your morning exercise experience.
Table of ContentsPart I AM Readiness
Chapter 1. Energy to Begin Your Day
Chapter 2. Your Workout Environment
Chapter 3. Selecting Your Equipment
Chapter 4. Muscles Into Action
Chapter 5. Developing Your Training Program
Part II Workouts for Every Schedule
Chapter 6. 20-Minute Programs
Chapter 7. 30-Minute Programs
Chapter 8. 45-Minute Programs
Chapter 9. 60-Minute Programs
Part III Morning Exercises
Chapter 10. Upper-Body
Chapter 11. Core
Chapter 12. Lower-Body
"Annette Lang's expertise will help you understand the importance of strength training. Morning Strength Workouts provides the programs and plans to actually do it! She's a great motivator, and for that I am in her debt."
NBC Today Show
"Morning Strength Workouts gives you instant access to perfect get-up-and-go routines for the home or gym, whether you have just a few minutes or an entire hour to spare."
Editor in Chief, Fitness