The AbSmart Fitness Plan: The Proven Workout to Lose Inches and Strengthen Your Core Without Straining Your Back

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 1, 2009 - Business & Economics - 256 pages

A smarter, safer way to trim your waistline--without pain, injury, and all those crunches!

As a chiropractic physician, Adam Weiss understands that traditional ab exercises can cause back pain, strain muscles, and can even cause misalignment. That’s why he created a truly safe, and amazingly effective, routine for slimming your waist--without the risk of pain or injury. His revolutionary approach targets and strengthens your core muscles using a unique combination of muscle stretches, dynamic exercises, and dietary advice. It’s safe. It’s smart. And it works.

“I love The AbSmart Fitness Plan. Having neck and back problems I find the exercises easy and safe for me to do. But more than that is the great information Dr. Weiss includes on nutrition. He brings together the knowledge of not only how to exercise properly, but how to nourish your body to get optimal results.”
--Brenda Watson, CNC, Author of The Fiber35 Diet

 

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Contents

Ultimate Core Fitness
39
The Absmart Fitness Plan
131
Conclusion
217
References
219
Index
223
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Adam Weiss, D.C., is a board certified chiropractic physician and a member of the American College of Sports Medicine. Medical director of Weiss Health and Fitness Center, Dr. Weiss has worked with professional and Olympic-level athletes and conducts strengthening and conditioning workshops throughout the United States. He lives in Illinois.

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