The Complete Idiot's Guide to Quick Total Body Workouts

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Alpha, 2012 - Health & Fitness - 256 pages
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Make over your body in minutes!
Finding enough free time in your day to fit in a decent workout is getting harder and harder. You want to sculpt your arms, flatten your gut, and lift your butt, but it all comes back to time.
The next best thing to a personal on-call trainer, this helpful guide gives you tons of easy-to-follow illustrated exercises that work your abs, buns, thighs, arms, chest-all your major muscle groups-in no time. But of all, these exercises are designed for use at the gym, at home, or even at the office. You get:

•East ideas for finding downtime in your schedule to squeeze in exercise
•Shaping and sculpting exercises to work your biceps, triceps, back, shoulders, and chest.
•Firming and flattening moves to make over your abs-six-pack, here you come!
•Lifting and toning exercises to give you buns and thighs that will get noticed
•Tips for finding-and keeping-the motivation you need to work out consistently and push through the burn.
•Healthy advice on developing an energizing and fat-burning eating plan.

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About the author (2012)

Tom Seabourne, Ph.D., has his degree in exercise science from the University of North Texas, where he was named alumnus of the year. He was a scholarship athlete at Penn State and in 2005 the American Council on Exercise (ACE) voted him one of the top three fitness educators in the World. Tom is a two-time All-American in tae kwon do. He won the bicycle Race Across America (RAAM) Open West and was a top ten finisher overall. Tom as been featured as the Sports Illustrated Athlete of the Month, as Men's Fitness magazine's Sportsman of the Month, as Men's Exercise magazine's Mr. Fitness, and in Physical magazine's "In the Sportlight." He has authored more than a dozen books on sports and fitness.

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