Fit in 15: 15-Minute Morning Workouts That Balance Cardio, Strength and Flexibility

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Ulysses Press, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 144 pages
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People buy exercise equipment, join gyms, and sign up for classes, but they still don't exercise. They simply can't find the time. So author Steve Stiefel has developed a totally unique, full-body fitness program that even the busiest person can work into a morning schedule.

The Fit in 15 program takes less time than waiting in line for coffee, yet it has the power to transform one's total fitness. Unlike exercise equipment or repetitive workout routines that overemphasize one aspect of fitness, the Fit in 15 program varies 15-minute workouts on different days of the week in order to develop all elements of a healthy, shapely body: Monday and Friday cover cardio, Tuesday and Thursday are devoted to strength, Wednesday addresses flexibility, Sunday adds mind/body awareness and Saturday is left open for the reader to choose a workout that targets an area needing extra attention, such as muscle building, core strengthening, or fat burning. Fit in 15 provides a fun and flexible "7 days/7 workouts" plan that lets readers choose from 55 specially designed 15-minute workouts.

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awesome. over in 15 minutes. that's how i like my workouts. Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Steven Stiefel has been a health and fitness writer for over a decade and is currently the nutrition editor at FLEX Magazine. Previously, he was a contributing editor at Men’s Fitness magazine. He also writes articles for Muscle & Fitness, HERS and other health and fitness publications. Steven earned his master’s degrees at the University of Arizona and the University of Southern California. His short fiction has appeared in The Georgia Review, McSweeney’s and other publications. He has just finished his first novel, Harvest, a psychological thriller. In addition to his writing career, Steven also serves as Chief Creative Officer for Ronick Productions, a feature film company located in Los Angeles. Ronick’s first feature film, Beneath the Mississippi, will be released in 2005. Steven served as on-location Creative Consultant as well as producer.

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