The Core Programme: Fifteen Minutes Excercise A Day That Can Change Your Life

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Ebury Publishing, Sep 30, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 256 pages
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Peggy Brill understands that being a woman equals being busy, with the demands of family, career, friends, homemaking, commuting etc. etc. Realistically the way we live isn't going to change but we can change how we use and take care of our bodies. She believes the Core Programme is a daily investment for lifelong health. The benefits include getting rid of aches and pains, beating tiredness, boosting day-long energy, building strength and stamina and looking and feeling good. The Core Programme has been specifically evolved for women, unlike other fitness regimes designed for the male physique which may even damage women. It will help build strength in the core of a woman's body: the neck, back, shoulders, pelvis, abdomen and hips. Each exercise is illustrated with detailed photographs and reader self-tests throughout help women identify their own core needs and track improvement. Dozens of case histories are included, illustrating both the common problems women face and the near-instant benefits of this simple programme.

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Review: The Core Program: Fifteen Minutes a Day That Can Change Your Life

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This is a great book. I like that the focus of the book is on areas of the woman's body that get tight and weak. For me, it's a fitness approach that nicely compliments my Pilates, yoga, weight and elliptical program. Read full review

Review: The Core Program: Fifteen Minutes a Day That Can Change Your Life

User Review  - Linda Carmel - Goodreads

This is a great book. I like that the focus of the book is on areas of the woman's body that get tight and weak. For me, it's a fitness approach that nicely compliments my Pilates, yoga, weight and elliptical program. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Peggy Brill is a qualified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy. She has clinics in New York and in the corporate headquarters of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter. Her clients include Duke University Men's Basketball team, top executives all over the world and leading physicians. She also teaches women's health at Long Island University. Peggy lives in New York City with her husband and two daughters. Gerald Couzens has written features and articles on health and fitness topics and is the co-author of Thinner at Last.

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