The Exercise Bible: The Definitive Guide to Total Body Health and Well-Being

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Globe Pequot Press, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 255 pages
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THE EXERCISE BIBLE offers comprehensive information on all types of exercise, whatever your exercise aims, fitness level, body type, available time, and budget. Complete with full-color photographs to take readers step-by-step through their routines, the book suggests sample workouts from 15 to 60 minutes long, answers questions about what type of training will work best for specific goals, and offers suggestions on how to fit exercise into a busy life.

Author Joanna Hall covers the three types of training--cardiovascular, resistance, and flexibility--necessary for whole body health, clearly explaining the benefit, the types of sports they involve, and how to use them for maximum effect. She also covers nutrition, offering daily menus, recipes, and advice on snacking and nutritional supplements. Hall encourages readers to get moving, regardless of age, without compramising commitments to family and work. She provides information on choosing a gym, exercise classes, active vacations, and a guide to the best clothing, footwear and equipment. It's a must-have for every health-conscious person.

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JOANNA HALL is one of the leading fitness experts in England. She is the guest commentator on England's most popular morning show, hosting the popular "Drop Two Dress Sizes" challenge, and is a regular contributor to The Daily Mail. She lives in London.

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