The Fat Flush Fitness Plan

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McGraw-Hill, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 220 pages
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As a companion to the New York Times bestseller The Fat Flush Plan, The Fat Flush Fitness Plan provides fat flushers with a complimentary fitness program to augment the three phases of the plan. The Fat Flush Fitness Plan is dedicated to promoting a balanced lifestyle and providing the most essential and effective exercises for people who are too busy to exercise. system - the part of the circulatory system that is known for the removal of waste materials and boosting the immune system. But unlike most of the circulatory system, lymph is moved not by the pumping of the heart but through muscular contractions. Lymph is also able to move liquefied fats throughout the system, resulting in dramatic improvement of the skin's connective tissue. By stimulating the lymphatic system, the Fat Flush Fitness exercises increase fat burning, create extraordinary inch loss, and eliminate cellulite. to correspond with each phase of The Fat Flush Plan, and each will consist of some form of direct lymphatic stimulation, such as rebounding, jump roping, and the easing walking workout. The Phase 3 Lifestyle program will introduce strength training with an emphasis on a strength-training workout that improves lymph circulation, helps to spot reduce, and spot tone. The book will also cover such topics as breaking plateaux; targeting tummy fat; jiggly arms; hanging skin after weight loss; specialized conditions such as osteoporosis, arthritis and diabetes; and taking the workout on the road. Throughout, the reader will find personal anecdotes from Fat Flushers, motivational tidbits, easy-to-read charts, and personal success stories.

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Ann Louise Gittleman has sold more than two million copies of her books worldwide. She has written over 20 books on health and healing. She is a well respected nutritional educator, having appeared on “The View,” “Dr. Phil,” “Good Morning America,” PBS, and CNN. Ann Louise is the nutrition columnist for First For Women Magazine. She lives in the Inland Northwest.

Joanie Greggains is the popular host of “Morning Stretch,” the longest running TV exercise show in the country. She is also the host of her own health and fitness show on the Number One rated radio station in the country, KGO in San Francisco. Having sold over ten million copies of her exercise videos, Joanie is the founder of Fit Camps which feature the Fat Flush programs. She is also the author of Total Shape Up and Fit Happens. She lives in Northern California.

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