As many people may know, I've been quite vocal about rhabdomyolysis occurring after exercise. I believe it happens far more than many think, to people who should never be getting it. I discuss this medical condition in each class I teach and my personal trainer book – Personal Fitness Training Beyond The Basics was one of first textbooks in the US – maybe THE first – to educate personal trainers on what rhabdo is. A couple of years ago I wrote a very popular blog post on rhabdo which I encourage everybody to read – especially the hundreds of comments from people all over the world who developed rhabdo after exercise. Now I've written a book about rhabdo that goes into even greater depth – and here's how to get it for FREE.
My Book About Rhabdo
My book is called Rhabdo: The Scary Side Effect Of Exercise You've Never Heard Of. This is a Kindle book, so if you have a Kindle reader, you can download it right now .
I'm doing this because I want to help reduce the risk of rhabdo occurring within the exercise community. My book is the FIRST Kindle book ever published on rhabdo.
My book covers pretty much everything you want to know about rhabdo including:
- How to exercise again after rhabdo.
- What increases the risk of getting rhabdo?
- How to reduce the risk of getting rhabdo?
- How likely is rhabdo to occur?
- Can supplements cause rhabdo?
- Personal trainers and rhabdo
- What about rhabdo and bootcamps?
Don't Have Kindle? No Worries
If you don't have a Kindle Reader, you can still read my book. You just have to download the free Amazon Kindle App. Here they are:
Here is the Kindle for PC app (click the link)
Here is the Kindle for Mac app (click the link)
Here is the Kindle for Android app (Click the link)
Reading My Kindle Book
If you have never read a Kindle book before, its easy. Here's the steps
1. First download the free kindle app for your computer type
2. Then download my book. The book will appear in your kindle library immediately.
3. Then, click on the book and opens up!
I believe rhabdomyolysis is the biggest threat facing the fitness industry today. I say those bold words because so few people are aware of what it is.