Tone Your Tummy Type: Flatten Your Belly and Shrink Your Waist in 4 Weeks

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Rodale Books, Dec 12, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 304 pages

In this breakthrough target-toning book, America's favorite fitness expert identifies the five types of belly bulge and reveals methods to flatten each-with combination moves proven to be three times more effective than other exercise programs

All belly bulge is not created equal! Women gain abdominal fat for five very different reasons. To effectively shrink belly fat, a woman must first distinguish her individual Tummy Type and then do the exercises that work for that type. Drawing on the latest scientific studies about abdominal fat, best-selling author and fitness guru Denise Austin now gives women the weapons they need to win the war against even the most stubborn belly fat.

With the remarkable motivational gifts that have made her top-rated Lifetime fitness shows Fit & Lite and The Daily Workout so enormously popular, Denise Austin lays out her cutting-edge diet, fitness, and lifestyle program for tummy flattening. The book features:

- the Tummy Typing Quiz that helps women identify their predominant fat type

- exercises for each Tummy Type that have been proven to result in three times as much fat loss as traditional programs

- the Core Diet, a 4-week weight-loss plan complete with recipes and shopping lists

- inspiring success stories with before-and-after photographs

Women of all ages at all stages of life will find the right program for themselves in these pages-and there's even a bonus chapter for men!

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You Can Tone Your Tummy 3 CHAPTER
The Core Diet 83
Taming Tummy Trouble 20 CHAPTER 11

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DENISE AUSTIN is the author of nine previous fitness books, the last four of which have sold collectively more than 650,000 copies. Sales of her numerous exercise videos and DVDs are now approaching 20 million copies. Her column "Body Work by Denise Austin" appears monthly in Prevention magazine. She resides in Alexandria, Virginia.

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