Exercise physiologist Joe Cannon calls rhabdomyolysis a “cancer” in the fitness industry. It's the side effect from exercise nobody wants to talk about – except him. And so, for the past decade, he’s made his mission to educate as many people as possible about this serious medical disorder.
To that end, he's written Rhabdo: The Scary Side Effect Of Exercise You Need To Know About.
This is the FIRST BOOK EVER written to help the public understand rhabdomyolysis and help them avoid getting it.
Within these pages, you will quickly and easily learn:
- What is rhabdo?
- Who gets rhabdo (it's not just who you think)
- How to recognizes it (you'll learn the 3 point litmus test)
- Why the “pee test” is not the best way to tell if you have rhabdo.
- Why rhabdo is happening in fitness centers?
- Rhabdo and personal trainers.
- Can dietary supplement cause it?
- Is drinking water always the best advice?
- Can rhabdo be genetic?
- Can you get it more than once?
- How to exercise safely after you get rhabdo?
- How to avoid getting rhabdomyolysis?
These are just some of the topics covered in this book.
What Industry Leaders Are Saying
Holly Chisolm Hargrave, AthleticGenius.com
Everything you need to know about reducing your risk of rhabdo is within these pages
Mike Rickett, MS, CSCS, NSCA 2017 Personal Trainer Of The Year
Most fitness enthusiasts and professionals want to sweep rhabdomyolysis under the carpet. This book shows everyone what they need to know about this devastating medical condition.
Nora Anderson, MS, Founder AAAI/ISMA
This is the most comprehensive review of exercise-induced rhabdomyolysis I've ever seen.
Jeff Borden, Co-founder IFTA
This is a must read for all fitness professionals and participants alike.
Not A Stuffy Textbook!
Joe Cannon believes the best books are those that make things easy to understand. As such, Rhabdo was purposely written for people who want to quickly and easily learn what they need to know – and get on with their lives.
To say this book might save your life is not an understatement. While rare, people have died from rhabdo. At the very least, this book might save you pain, suffering, PTSD, and expensive medical bills that you might have to pay out of pocket.
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