Basic Training: A Fundamental Guide to Fitness for Men

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Macmillan, Oct 20, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 224 pages
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A beautifully illustrated, indispensable guide for anyone embarking on a fitness program

Basic Training is an introductory guide to achieving health and fitness for men. This user-friendly source of information, techniques, and images will enable and inspire any man to achieve a healthy body and a fit lifestyle.

Divided into three sections-Motivation, Action, and Lifestyle-this book explains the basic elements of health and fitness and how to combine aerobic activities with a weight program that will give you the body you want and the energy to make life enjoyable.

Clearly illustrated by the vivid photographs of David Morgan, Basic Training is the perfect book for anyone seeking information and inspiration to begin a personalized training routine today.
 

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Contents

P E 101
11
Preparation
31
Monitors
37
Developing a WeightTraining Program
47
The Fundamentals
69
Developing an Aerobics Program
139
LIFESTYLE
169
Grooming and Personal Hygiene
181
Soul Training
199
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About the author (2000)

Jon Giswold is a certified group exercise instructor and personal trainer who teaches in New York's most prominent fitness centers, including the Reebok Sports Club/NY. He has been featured in five fitness videotapes and in many national and international and magazines.

David Morgan has been a commercial photographer in New York City since 1975. His popular fine-art photography celebrating the male figure has made him famous and his images for the 2(x)ist underwear ad campaign were enormously successful. David's photographs can be seen on calendars, greeting cards, CDs and posters, and in his upcoming book Beach (St. Martin's Press).

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