Train Smarter, Not Harder: Fitness Guide for Executives and Desk Jockeys

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Train Smarter, Not Harder, Jun 30, 2008 - Exercise - 114 pages
It's time to learn exercises and routines that not only help you reach your fitness goals; but are also fun and challenging. I will teach you how to be your own personal trainer! I will take you step by step through the process of an initial assessment. You will learn how to assess your current fitness level, set attainable goals, and develop your own personalized exercise program. If you don't like going to the gym; no problem, try the No Gym Required workout. If you are always on the go, learn exercises you can do anywhere. Maximize caloric burn by doing in ten minutes what it takes most others an hour to do. If you are a weekend warrior, learn how to reduce and avoid your chances of injury. If you are saddled with pain, become pain free by correcting your posture, using proper exercise form, and choosing the right stretches and exercises for you.
 

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Contents

Introduction
8
Assessing your posture waist and diet
18
Gumby is your Role Model
36
Flexibility is the first key to success
47
Avoiding the Grim Reaper 68
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Did you know?
76
Health nuggets you need to know
109
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