Smart Muscle: Physical Training Guide for Busy People

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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 21, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 108 pages
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There are thousands of books on how to exercise. How many tell you how not to exercise and why? Not everyone can perform the exercises that professional athletes do without risking injury. That’s why the average busy person will last only about one to two weeks on an exercise program before giving up. The programs are either too intense or too long in duration. The average businessperson or home maker has very little flexibility in time and less opportunity to learn how exercises are to be done or not done. This book provides exercise programs that will provide results quickly without pushing the envelope of safety. Eddie Velazquez, certified medical representative and 4th degree Black Belt in Karate, shows you how, with a busy career and family life, you can still attain a fit and healthy body without sacrificing your personal and business life. Enjoy your life with a vibrant body that will make you not be afraid to join the fun just because you’re past 35, 40, or beyond. You’re never too old to start exercising as long as you know how to exercise correctly. Be smart, train smart. “Smart Muscle” will get you started.

 

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Contents

PURPOSE
9
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
13
CARDIOVASCULAR TRAINING
15
NUTRITION AND DIET
17
VITAMINS AND MINERALS
21
TRAINING WHILE SICK OR INJURED
23
DESCENDING SETS PRINCIPLE
25
SMART MUSCLE OPTIMUM TRAINING PROGRAM ROUTINE
27
WAIST ABDOMINAL REGION
80
WOMEN
84
WOMENS SMART MUSCLE TRAINING ROUTINE
86
POINTS TO KEEP IN MIND
97
Back Cover
109
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 Eddie Velazquez is a certified medical representative and executive pharmaceutical consultant for a major pharmaceutical company.  He has also earned a third degree black belt in shorin ryu okinawan karate and has studied various martial arts such as foil fencing, shaolin kung fu, and Brazilian jiujitsu.  He currently lives in Maywood, New Jersey with his wife, Eileen, and their two children, Veronica and John.

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