Straight to the Bar Guides : Returning to Heavy Training After a Break [PDF]

Time to get back to the good stuff.

Returning to Heavy Training After a Break
Returning to Heavy Training After a Break
No matter how long you've been away from the iron - months/years/decades - we're here to help you get back to it. To return to a regular routine, using the gear you've already got, and without getting injured.

Helping you make this transition is Personal Trainer Vic Magary. Perfect.

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