Quick Fit: The Complete 15-Minute No-Sweat Workout

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Simon and Schuster, Jan 4, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 256 pages
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Most Americans know they should exercise -- but they don't. The number one reason? Lack of time. Now there's an answer: Quick Fit -- a daily workout that takes just 15 minutes. And it's no sweat, literally! You don't need to change your clothes first, or even shower afterward.
Quick Fit takes no more time than a coffee break, yet it provides a complete workout: Ten minutes of aerobic activity; four minutes of strengthening exercises; one minute of stretches. This program is perfect for anyone with a hectic, demanding schedule. Can 15 minutes really make a difference? Yes, according to mounting research evidence. Quick Fit is safe -- and it's effective.
This book provides everything you need to begin a more active lifestyle:
• Fully illustrated step-by-step instructions, with simple self-tests to help you customize • Exciting new information about the surprising benefits of brief workouts • Innovative suggestions for getting started -- and sticking with it • Motivating quotes from men and women who are using Quick Fit successfully
If you wish you were fitter and trimmer, but can't find time to exercise, Quick Fit is for you!

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The key to healthful living is no mystery--it's just regular, moderate exercise that anyone at any age or in any condition can do, say Bradley and Wernick in this step-by-step fitness manual. Bradley ... Read full review


Fitness Should Be Simple
Why You Need to Get Moving
Whats Holding You Back?
Commit to Get Fit
Getting Ready for Success
The Quick Fit Program
A Motivational Plan
Moving Beyond Quick Fit
Questions and Answers
Consistency Is the Name of the Game

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About the author (2005)

Richard Bradley is the author of the New York Times bestseller
American Son: A Portrait of John F. Kennedy, Jr. and Harvard Rules: The
Struggle for the Soul of the World's Most Powerful University
. His writing
has appeared in The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Rolling
, and The New Republic, and he was the executive editor of
George magazine. Bradley lives in New York City.

Sarah Wernick is a freelance writer.

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