Gym-Free and Ripped

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Penguin, Aug 2, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages
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The ultimate low-cost, low-maintenance workout - no gym or weights required.

Gym-Free and Ripped is for people needing workouts and exercises that can be performed without a gym - and with no, or minimal, equipment. Whether one is traveling, at home, or for whatever reason cannot go to a gym, these exercises - organized into workouts - provide one with gym- equivalent bodybuilding and toning. The author, both a certified fitness trainer and a photographer, carefully shows each exercise with step-by-step instructions. Multiple workouts are provided so that the reader can keep things fresh by varying routines. Additionally, the author offers nutrition and supplementation guidance to ensure maximum benefits from the body-building and toning workouts.


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Title Page
Chapter 2Eat Rightto Look Great Chapter 3 Getting Moving Growing Stronger
Chapter 5Cardio Exercises
Chapter 6Creating Your Routine

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About the author (2011)

Nathan Jendrick, is an amateur bodybuilder, competitive swimmer, personal trainer, and freelance writer. Aa frequent contributor to and creator and host of the "Deck Pass" radio show, he is the author of "Dunks, Doubles, Doping: How Steroids Are Killing American Athletics".

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