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10/10 Perfect companion to the Iso-Max
By Liam Bauer / Oakland, California, USA

I am a professional strength and conditioning coach with over 35 years of experience. The Iso-Max has quickly become my favorite training tool.

The Iso-Max training ebook is the perfect companion for the Iso-Max system. It offers great information on training and programming and applications using this powerful device.

I highly recommend both the Iso-Max and the training manual for anyone interested in gaining maximum strength as safely and efficiently as possible.

10/10 ISOMAX Training Ebook
By Chris Morris / Mission, British Columbia, Canada

Ive had the Isomax for almost a month now and regret not ordering it sooner .But I ordered the E-book first and read it .It had so much helpful information on training with isometrics that I just had to buy the Isomax

9/10 Great Quick-reference Guide
By Buddy Kidder / San Antonio, Texas, USA

The ebook provided with the IsoMax gives excellent guidelines for actual exercise performance. That said, I highly recommend having the ebook serve as a supplement to Paul Wade's The Ultimate Isometrics Manual. The manual not only explores the rationale for isometric training in great depth, but amplifies information contained in the ebook. The manual isn't included in the price of the IsoMax, but it's well worth purchasing separately. I say this based on three decades of personal training and multiple certifications dedicated to it.

10/10 Solid book which covers everything
By Liam Payn / Plymouth, Devon, United Kingdom

Great guide which covers everything you need to know about your Isomax. Really liked how informative each exercise was described and I also liked the additional workout programs. Overall I highly recommend this book to anyone looking to get the Isomax..

6/10 a lite version of Isometric Training Manual
By Dave Johnson / Austin, Texas, USA

It's a pretty decent guide to using the isomax, with a little programming and exercises. You can think of it as an updated appendix to the Ultimate Isometric Training Manual.

One complaint I have: the "rise time" requirement seems to have been dropped entirely from the programming and exercises. The author owes readers an explanation for this. If he no longer believes it's necessary or helpful, that's fine ... just don't leave us to wonder if it's a deliberate change or an oversight.

10/10 Short and to the point
By Dwight Jones / Crescent City, California, USA

This book is short. It has everything you need to quickly start doing workouts on your ISOMAX. You won't spend time learning anything else.

You could say this book is the opposite of the Ultimate Isometrics Manual. That book has a section explaining the science involved and why you would choose isometrics over another program (It convinced me!) It has an exhaustive selection of exercises, including some that you can do without equipment when you are away from home.

So- I I bought both books and I'm happy with the purchase.

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