Spartan Warrior Workout: Get Action Movie Ripped in 30 Days
Designed to produce chiseled muscle, Spartan Warrior Workout employs hardcore techniques to turn motivated athletes into battle-ready warriors. Everyone knows the difference between merely being in shape and possessing a jaw-dropping physique that is envied by men and highly desirable to women. This program is designed specifically to push trainers over that edge. Spartan Warrior Workout uses a highly unorthodox and rigorous approach to traditional strength exercises for greatly increased muscular endurance. When combined with its targeting of key muscle groups for extreme strength training, the results are simply awesome. The arms and shoulders are sculpted with pull-ups and kettlebell lifts; the chest is chiseled through push-ups and bench presses; and the abs and legs are shaped with a rotating routine of jumps and weighted sit-ups. In just one month, the advanced program creates biceps, pecs, and abs that could stop an army. The program also prepares readers for strength training with specific diet and nutrition plans, and the book concludes with the ultimate Spartan physical challenge.About the AuthorDave Randolph is a certified fitness trainer who runs IronBody Fitness. He lives in Louisville, Kentucky.
Very Good Workout Plan
By T. Hutton "Smart Guy" - April 2, 2012
First of all, in response to the guy complaining about training every day and seemingly knowing it all about workouts, apparently he couldn't be bothered to actually READ the book. It clearly states that you should do FOUR workouts per week. Regardless of the breaks or consecutive days, no more than four.
This is a very well thought out book that has a great deal of good information as well as a plethora of individual exercises and workout routines. The instructions are fairly clear for the exercises, and the diet principles are sound. My only real issues with this book are that some of the exercises are a little bit ridiculous and the charts are somewhat open to interpretation.
The exercises: tire flips, sled pushes, sledgehammers, etc. all require special equipment. Some real-world alternatives to these exercises would've been great since not everyone lives on a farm or has a giant MMA gym in town.
The charts: some of the charts aren't very... read more
Neat book, kind of confusing
By topchef1 - January 28, 2011
I really like the concept of this book. That is why i bought it. The good thing about the book is that it goes into full detail about every single exercise. The exercises take up about 85 percent of this book. What I dont like is when it comes to doing the actual programs there is very little instruction on how to decode the format they have it written in. There are things I get confused about when going through the program. If you want a book with a wide variety of programs and tons of knowledge about high inensity training. Go for mandf's 101 high intensity workouts for fast results.
HEED MY WARNING!!!!
By paul maskey - August 3, 2011
I have spent 7 years in the army infantry, now I am a police officer trying to get onto the SWAT team, I do know a little bit about working out. Believe me when I say that this program IS BAD FOR YOU!!! you do the same exact workouts every day, you do a total body workout every day. It is working out 101 that you let your muscles rest after working them out, that's how muscles get bigger, you break them down(by working out), then you let them rebuild (by resting and eating properly). You are not supposed to do deadlifts every day. I was duped by this book and the reviews but don't buy it. Save your money and do the workout of the day (WOD) at crossfit.com.