Walk to Win: The Easy 4-day Diet & Fitness Plan

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Manor House Publications, Inc., 1989 - Health & Fitness - 286 pages
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Walk to Win present irrefutable medical evidence that a regular walking program reduces the incidence of heart disease and strokes, reduces blood pressure, relieves stress and tension, retards certain forms of arthritis and cancer, promotes weight loss and weight control, and increases longevity from 15-25 years above the normal life span. Walk to Win is an easy, safe, effective method of achieving permanent weight loss and cardiovascular fitness
 

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Walk to win: the easy 4-day diet & fitness plan

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Although this book presents good information about the value of walking, as well as guides to healthy walking, the rest of it is often simplistic or simply wrong. Diet information, while pertinent for ... Read full review

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Contents

WALKING WEIGHTLOSS
47
BODYSHAPING PROGRAM
99
LIFEEXTENSION PROGRAM
157
DR WALKS FITNESS DIET TIPS
209
CALORIE SALT CHOLESTEROL
273
INDEX
285
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Dr. Stutman is one of the world's foremost authorities on the medical benefits of walking as an exercise. As a medical officer in the U.S.Air Force, Dr. Stutman established one of the nation's first walking programs for heart attack victims. He has done extensive research in the fields of exercise physiology and cardiac rehabilitation in private medical practice and at the U.S. Navel Air Development Center. Dr. Stutman has written a total of seven books on walking and has had hundreds of article published on the medical benefits of walking, giving him the honorary title of "Dr. Walk" by his patients

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