Take your lower-body workout to new levels with Stronger Legs & Lower Body. Tim Bishop, one of the world's leading strength and conditioning experts, brings you the most effective exercises and programs for increasing strength, size, power, and definition.
Focusing on all lower-body muscle groups, especially those previously neglected by popular workouts, Stronger Legs &Lower Body features more than 90 exercises for both serious lifters and athletes, including detailed instructions for perfecting your technique and advanced variations to help you break through plateaus.
With 15 unique programs and ready-to-use workouts, detailed anatomical illustrations, exercise explanations and variations, and the latest advanced training methods, Stronger Legs & Lower Body is the comprehensive, hard-core guide you need in order to achieve the ultimate results!
Tim Bishop owns and operates PerformFit, a sport performance and fitness facility, in Lutherville, Maryland. He also creates strength and conditioning programs for Ripken Baseball's summer camps and clinics. Bishop served as the strength and conditioning coach for the Baltimore Orioles for 14 years. He also played professional baseball for the New York Yankees and, as a two-sport star, took part in the NFL training camp in St. Louis.
He has appeared on numerous television and radio stations to promote health and fitness and is a frequent contributor to Men's Health, Maximum Fitness, and Men's Fitness magazines. His training advice has appeared in USA Today, the NewYork Times, and the NSCAJournal. He has lectured on a variety of topics for the NSCA, M-F Athletics, the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society, and various colleges and universities. In addition, he is coauthor of the Power for Sports DVD (Human Kinetics, 2006).
Bishop has a bachelor's degree in human movement and sport studies and a master's degree in exercise science. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist and a registered strength and conditioning coach through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.