This continuing education course is a visual guide to 100 exercises and
104 variations to help you train your clients in gaining muscle mass and
sculpting overall physique. The full-color anatomical illustrations
highlight the primary muscles and surrounding structures engaged.
In the continuing education course for Bodybuilding Anatomy, Second Edition, Dr. Nick Evans presents 100 primary exercises, along with 104 variations, to help you train your clients to achieve measurable results. Illustrations of the activated muscles in the most popular poses show you how each exercise is fundamentally linked to competition. Focusing on the shoulders, chest, back, arms, legs, and abdomen and targeting muscle zones and hard-to-work areas, these training plans can make the difference between bulking up and sculpting award-winning physiques.
Whether you’re training clients looking to get started in bodybuilding or those who have been competing for years, Bodybuilding Anatomy, Second Edition, is a trusted resource for gaining muscle mass and achieving desired definition.
The online course includes a study guide containing a course syllabus and chapter learning activities to prepare you for the 25-question continuing education exam at the conclusion of the course.
At the conclusion of this study guide, you will be able to do the following:
Describe step-by-step instructions on exercise technique.
Determine the appropriate strengthening exercises for each body part.
Demonstrate advanced techniques in modifying exercises for maximal effect.
Manipulate the range of motion to emphasize various sections of the targeted muscle.
Learning With the Bodybuilding Anatomy Book
Chapter 1: Shoulders
Chapter 2: Chest
Chapter 3: Back
Chapter 4: Arms
Chapter 5: Legs
Chapter 6: Abdominals
Learning Activities Answer Key
A continuing education course for personal trainers, group exercise
instructors, fitness coaches, strength and conditioning professionals,
and athletic trainers
Nick Evans, MD, FRCS (Orth), is an orthopedic surgeon
specializing in sport injury. He studied medicine at the University of
London and trained in orthopedic surgery at the University Hospital of
Wales. Evans gained additional skills in arthroscopic surgery at the
Southern California Center for Sports Medicine and the University of
California at Los Angeles.
Evans is a highly regarded authority on strength training, nutrition,
and weight training injuries. He is an expert on musculoskeletal anatomy
and has written for numerous scientific publications. Evans is the
author of the book Men’s Body Sculpting and was a
regular columnist for MuscleMagInternational and Oxygen
Women’s Fitness magazines. He is also featured in several
instructional DVDs on weight training.
Evans practices and resides in North Yorkshire, England.