The Abs Diet Get Fit, Stay Fit Plan: The Exercise Program to Flatten Your Belly, Reshape Your Body, and Give You Abs for Life!

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Rodale, Dec 13, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 269 pages

Tens of thousands of Americans have changed their bodies—and their lives—with the help of The Abs Diet, the New York Times bestseller from David Zinczenko, former editor-in-chief of Men's Health magazine. Now, to meet the demand for more information about exercise, Zinczenko and coauthor Ted Spiker present readers with dozens of workouts and hundreds of exercises that can be done any time and any place for fabulous body-altering results.


The Abs Get Fit, Stay Fit Plan introduces a new workout system—ABS3—based on simple, highly effective principles:

  • A: Abdominal exercises strengthen your core
  • B: Big muscle groups increase metabolism
  • S: Speed intervals, not slow cardiovascular exercise, burns fat faster
  • 3: 3 days a week is all you need to see results

In The Abs Diet Get Fit, Stay Fit Plan, workouts are flexible, varied, and quick—and each can be completed in 30 minutes or less. Designed to strengthen your core, flatten your gut, and get you in the best shape of your life, this exercise guide demonstrates why David R. Pearson, director of the strength-research laboratory at Ball State University, has called The Abs Diet program "a must for anyone who is serious about building a healthy body."

 

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Contents

THE ABS DIET SUGGESTED WEEKLY SCHEDULES
14
CHAPTER 3
81
SPEED INTERVALS
214
THE ABS DIET POINT SYSTEM
236
ABS DIET POWER 12
240
HE GOT FIT HES STAYING
253
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DAVID ZINCZENKO, the former editor-in-chief of Men's Health magazine, is one of America's leading experts on health and fitness. He has been a guest on Good Morning America, the Today Show, CBS's The Early Show, CNN, and Primetime Live, and has written Op-Ed pieces for the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and USA Today. He divides his time between Allentown, Pennsylvania and New York City.

TED SPIKER, an assistant professor of journalism at the University of Florida, is a contributing editor to Men's Health. His work has appeared in Fortune; O, The Oprah Magazine; InStyle; Sports Illustrated Women; and Adventure Sports. He lives in Gainesville, Florida.

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