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Reviewed by Tshombye K. Ware for Readers' Favorite
Bodybuilding For Weight Loss by James Eaton is an informal book on the concept of body building. The author has provided pictures and creditable sources to back up his theory. He goes on to provide a brief summary of the genesis of bodybuilding, and names some of the pioneers in the art of bodybuilding. You can tell that the author did his homework. He’s provided vital information for anyone seeking to transform their body, along with the nutritional foods that will aid any personal goals.
I found the book to be informal in the fact that I am into bodybuilding and I could easily agree with the information provided, having knowledge of the material myself. The included pictures were a great idea for those who need a visual to go along with the information provided. It was a short read, jam packed with concise information on the topic of bodybuilding. Many people fail to change their eating habits, and in the process they fail to achieve a complete transformation.
The author included the necessity for developing good nutritional habits, which are vital for optimal gain, and often neglected by the mass population. The concept of the book and the images provided will help stimulate anyone seeking to change their physique. When you have a positive outlook on your appearance, it can affect your self esteem highly. This book has provided just enough information to motivate you toward becoming a "better" you.