The Spark: The Revolutionary New Plan to Get Fit and Lose Weight-10 Minutes at a Time

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Simon & Schuster, Jan 8, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 256 pages
FAST, EASY, ANYWHERE FITNESS
What if you could get fit, lower your cholesterol, and lose weight without ever exercising for more than ten minutes at a time?
In the world of the The Spark, that "what if" can become a reality. Based on the groundbreaking Spark 2000 study conducted at the University of Virginia, The Spark shows you how ten-minute bursts of exercise can improve your level of fitness and help prevent heart disease, diabetes, and cancer as effectively as an hour at the gym three times a week. With The Spark you don't have to squeeze exercise into an already hectic schedule. Instead, you can work out wherever and whenever you want with complete, ten-minute
  • HEAD-TO-TOE STRENGTH-TRAINING SPARKS,
  • FAT-BURNING AEROBIC SPARKS, AND
  • YOGA-LIKE SPARKS FOR FLEXIBILITY AND STRESS RELIEF.

These techniques, combined with The Spark's energy-fueling and easy weight-loss food plan, will get you on the road to good health and vitality for life!

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In 1999, with funding from the American Heart Association, Gaesser (exercise physiology, Univ. of Virginia) conducted the first "Spark" study, designed to determine if many short bursts of exercise ... Read full review

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Contents

Before You Spark
13
What ls the Spark?
15
Why the Spark?
32
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Glenn A. Gaesser, Ph.D., a professor of exercise physiology at the University of Virginia, is a coauthor of the American College of Sports Medicine's ACSM's Health/Fitness Facility Standards and Guidelines and the author of Big Fat Lies. He lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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