Self's Better Body Book

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C. Potter, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 112 pages
This is the definitive book on fitness, designed to support you in attaining your personal fitness goals. Containing over 20 workouts, including programs for when you are in the offfice or on the road, these pages contain the solution to every fitness problem. With fold-out pages, the unique, easy-to-use format lies flat, allowing you to view your complete workout in a single spread.
This book is also about making fitness a part of your life. There are sections showing you "How It Fits" "How Much, How Hard, " and "What Works" throughout to answer your most asked questions. With Self's 20 years of research behind the workouts, you'll find cutting edge exercises as well as classic techniques that will help you build the body that's right for you.

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Kari Cornell is the editor of For the Love of Knitting, Knitting Yarns and Spinning Tales, Around the Quilt Frame," and Hooked: A Crocheter's Stash of Wit and Wisdom," all published by Voyageur Press. She lives in Minneapolis with her husband, two sons, and beagle. She has been a knitter for the past five years.
Still living in that drafty farmhouse on the coast of Maine, Clara Parkes achieves her yarnirvana by writing about yarn for "Knitter's Review." Non-knitting time is spent spinning, dyeing, gardening, drinking far too much tea, and dreaming of projects to come. You can read her insights and discoveries at www.KnittersReview.com.
Laura Billings is a columnist for the "St. Paul Pioneer Press." In her spare time she tries to knit articles of clothing that her children will actually wear.
Sigrid Arnott is a recovering archaeologist who lives and knits in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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