Muscle Logic by Charles Staley
Escalating Density Training

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Trainers and Olympic athletes agree that Escalating Density Training (EDT) really works. Now everyone who works out can learn how to benefit from this superbly effective, time-efficient system. Your muscles will get bigger when you force them to do more work in the same period of time. That's the breathtakingly simple concept behind Charles Staley's innovative training system, EDT. Over 300 people participated in coach Staley's first-ever EDT Fat Loss Challenge, with spectacular results. This is because EDT is a program that adjusts to the individual. Here's how: EDT designates timeframes (called PR Zones) where as many repetitions as possible are completed. Every workout becomes more effective than the one that preceded it, making each session a personal record. More reps equal bigger muscles and improved health-a simple premise that delivers amazing results. In this book Staley provides: · Beginner, intermediate, and advanced programs for athletes interested in maximum performance at any level · A 2-hour-per-week program for serious recreational bodybuilders · Simple, effective ways to apply EDT to develop power, speed, and endurance · Techniques that cut recovery time to train more intensely and frequently to reach goals faster About the Author CHARLES STALEY guides Olympic and professional athletes, and serious weightlifters in their quest for physique transformation and performance enhancement. He has authored more than 300 articles for such magazines as Muscle & Fitness, Men's Health, and Ms. Fitness. He currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona.
 

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CHARLES STALEY guides Olympic and professional athletes, and serious weightlifters in their quest for physique transformation and performance enhancement. He has authored more than 300 articles for such magazines as Muscle & Fitness, Men's Health, and Ms. Fitness. He currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona.
 
Published October 20, 2005 by Rodale. 256 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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Zimbio

I liked Muscle Logic as a book, and it appears to make a decent workout program when you use the principles outlined therein.This is unlike a lot of workout books in that it is not presenting a number of workout routines to follow, as many (most?) do, it shows the reader a novel system that is ea...

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