Fitness for Young People Step-By-Step

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 93 pages
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In todays sedentary culture, it is never too soon to start learning fitness skills, and this engaging guide can help. The book includes a wide range of exercises to help kids and teens build aerobic fitness, strength, endurance, and flexibility. Exercises employ common, portable fitness equipment such as steps, light hand weights, exercise balls, and dynabands. Stop-action photo sequences illustrate every moment in the progression of an exercise, allowing kids to see exactly how to get from one key position to another. Step-by-step instructions explaining how to move and breath accompany the photos.

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Simon B. Frost, AALPA, BDS, LDS, RCS (England), Member of the Clinical Foundation of Orthopaedics and Orthodontics (USA), is a retired dentist and RYA Yachtmaster. He lives in the beautiful Mediterranean region of southern Spain and is the author of From Dyslexia and Diabetes to Sailing the Beyond, in which he told his life story and how it is possible to overcome the hindrances of diabetes and live a full, active life. He speaks to diabetic groups regularly and offers his full support in encouraging a healthier life style for all. Janet Angelo is the editor and publisher of IndieGo ePublishing. She offers expert services for independent authors: editing, formatting, cover design and epublishing. She believes in the power of epublishing to connect authors with readers.

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