About the Author
Nick Evans, BSc, MD, FRCS (Orth), is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in sport injury. He studied medicine at the University of London, England, 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 MuscleMag International 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.
Sculpt your physique like you never thought possible! With full-color, detailed anatomical illustrations of all exercises, combined with step-by-step instructions on proper execution, Bodybuilding Anatomy is the ideal resource for gaining mass and achieving the definition you desire. Focusing on the primary muscle groups of shoulders, chest, back, arms, legs, and abdomen and targeting muscle zones and hard-to-work areas, Bodybuilding Anatomy can make the difference between bulking up and sculpting an award-winning physique. In this new edition of his best-selling book, Dr. Nick Evans provides 100 primary exercises, along with 104 variations, to ensure you achieve the results you need when, where, and how you want. You’ll also go beyond the exercises to see the results in action. Illustrations of the activated muscles in the most popular poses show you how each exercise is fundamentally linked to competition. Whether you’re seeking to begin your training or have been competing for years, you’ve come to the right place. Discover what countless bodybuilders and dedicated strength trainers already know. Bodybuilding Anatomy is the ultimate training guide–one you can’t afford to be without.