Dimensiuni: x x 13 mm Greutate: 0. These two great artists attempted to define the ideal human body proportions through drawing and sculpture. The last sixty years, however, have brought dramatic changes in the way men and women treat their bodies.
The goal of achieving a lean and muscular body began long before the time of da Vinci and Michelangelo. The admiration of muscularity and physical power was depicted in ancient Assyrian, Philistine, Minoic, Greek, and Roman art.
According to anthropologist Desmond Morris, women are attracted to hard and muscular men with the potential to become strong mates and protectors of their children. Although that is certainly true, there is a great deal of confusion as to how muscular and lean the body should be. For many men and women, looks come fat burn science, whereas health and performance come second.
Nothing is wrong with a passionate desire to look big and lean. In spite of dieting and exercising more than ever, people today are getting fatter and sicker than ever. The vast majority of modern fitness enthusiasts are failing to improve their conditioning in spite of following steady exercise routines.
The purpose of this book is to cut through the confusion of claims, speculations, and pseudo-science often associated with modern diets and fitness programs, and to present the hard-core truths about muscle gain and fat loss.
Based on science and epidemiological evidence, the book offers a revolutionary way of improving human conditioning and performance.
Science is about predictions based on predictable fact. Life is about surprises based on the unpredictable reality. This book is about both.