Best Training Books in 2021
Strength Training Anatomy, 3rd Edition
Delavier's Women's Strength Training Anatomy Workouts
Dog Training for Kids: Fun and Easy Ways to Care for Your Furry Friend
Zak George's Dog Training Revolution: The Complete Guide to Raising the Perfect Pet with Love
The Strength Training Anatomy Workout: Starting Strength with Bodyweight Training and Minimal Equipment
How to Raise the Perfect Dog: Through Puppyhood and Beyond
Training the Best Dog Ever: A 5-Week Program Using the Power of Positive Reinforcement
P is for Potty! (Sesame Street) (Lift-the-Flap)
Potty Time! (Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood) (Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Interactive Take-Along Children's Sound Book)
Puppy Training in 7 Easy Steps: Everything You Need to Know to Raise the Perfect Dog
What Newcomers Should Look for in Fitness Books
If you're new to working out one of the best places you'll find for information is in a book. Not sure what to look for? Here are some tips to follow before making your purchase.
Look for illustrations
Unless you have someone who can physically show you an exercise there's nothing that explains a movement better than a photo. This is important since workouts in non-traditional style gyms will mean you won't have anyone to show you exercise examples. A book with good illustrations will show you the proper movements for the exercise. Choose books that offer before and after exercise photos and those that can act as a good point of reference.
Solid explanations of illustrations
Some books will have excellent illustrations but weak explanations for the movement. Skim the book before making a purchase to view the exercise description's. Although you are new to exercise it's still important to understand why you're doing the movement, what it does and how to do it. A weak explanation will not relay the information properly.
Weight training routines
Author's will include fitness programs as a portion of the book. Peruse the book for exercises and information you are familiar with and for those that you are not. You'll want to see the new exercises so you can add to the fitness routine you already use. As a new exerciser, it may seem a bit overwhelming but that's to be expected since your experience is limited. Some programs have suggested reps, sets and weights for your exercise. Suggestions don't have to be followed precisely but it presents a good idea of how to establish a routine.
Find the most up to date publication when you purchase a fitness book. There are older books with important information but books are often republished with new findings. Ask a clerk for help if you're unsure that the book has been updated. Use the International Standard Book Number (ISBN) or title if you have that information handy. Since the ISBN is unique to each book it will show all versions; including updated versions.