The 90-Day Fitness Walking Program

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Berkley, 1995 - Health & Fitness - 188 pages
No exercise has swept the nation like walking. It's simple, it works, and you've been doing it all your life. Now, The 90-Day Fitness Walking Program leaves you no excuses. The editors of Walking magazine take you through a day-to-day progressive workout that helps you strengthen your heart, burn fat, feel healthier, and remain injury-free - all in 90 days! Most importantly, they guide you to building a safe, healthy, effective exercise habit that will last a lifetime. Day one - walk for ten minutes today, tomorrow, and the next day, but take day four off - and why. Starting up - fitting exercise into your day, and how to talk to your doctor about beginning a program. Chart your course - following your progress with an easy-to-use training log. It's the shoes - choosing the right pair, and why it's so important. Str-r-r-etch and strengthen - simple stand-up exercises for before and after your walk to keep your entire body supple and toned. How am I doing? - how to assess your improving health and fitness. Sticks and stones - whether hand-weights and walking poles are right for you. Do the diet - hydration, nutrition, calorie burn, and cutting the fat. Moving forward - advanced techniques, speed workouts, and racewalking for the ambitious. Beyond the book - how to write your own exercise prescription and keep up this great habit now that the first ninety days are behind you.

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